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Review: Sauce

Sausage and Pepperoni Pizza

You have heard us comment about the place, now it is time for me to review the place that we have referenced about: Sauce! It’s the pizza and wine restaurant concept from Fox Restaurants (No relation to the Rupert Murdoch corporation) that offers a variety of specialty flat-bread pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and pastas.

When you walk into Sauce, the menu is there against the wall. If you want to bring home a menu, they do have a small placard that you can take. Every dish they offer is as simple as it gets but is every bit delicious. Our usual meal contains a sausage and pepperoni pizza and the Chicken and Pine Nut Gorgonzola salad. This combination will not disappoint when you go here for a date. Add in a couple of drinks and this meal that feeds two is cheap also, around $25.

One thing that we should mention: The chef matters! As weird as it sounds, sometimes we get a pizza too greasy, sometimes we get a pizza that lacks sausage, but more often than not, we get the perfect pizza.  And we believe it is because the person who prepares the pizza is different. That does not stop us from savoring every bite of this unique taste creation.

There are several locations in the Valley, one is near you. Give them a try! You’ll be glad you did. Enjoy!

5 Responses to “Review: Sauce”

  1. TripTheLady says:

    That pizza looks so good! I wish we had good pizza places here in south Georgia. Whenever we travel we always try to find a great pizza joint for dinner at least on night. I’ll have to keep an eye out for Sauce!

    TripTheLady’s last blog post..Shell Island, Florida

  2. dan says:

    Trip – But then again, in Southern GA, you have LOADS of awesome BBQ and other southern comforts that are void here. So, if you find your way here in Phoenix, bring with you some of that goodness :)

  3. arnold says:

    That pizza looks delicious. Here in my neck of the woods we used to get very nice pizzas. Unfortunately many of these places went far too commercialized (as I call it). Some of the pizzas you get here now look (and taste) as if they have rolled out of a production line in some factory. Maybe I should just try my hand at making my own pizzas.

    arnold’s last blog post..Scratch my back and I will scratch yours

  4. Wakish says:

    Wow.. you make me feel like eating pizza today..LOL

  5. dan says:

    Arnold – There is a lot here that is commercialized also, it’s all a matter of following the local’s word of mouth to pick out the real pizza places from the fake ones.

    Wakish – Did you ever complete that journey?

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