Slices in Saugerties: Healthy Pizza and Salads | Daily Dose

Friday, February 15, 2013

Slices in Saugerties: Healthy Pizza and Salads

Posted By on Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Pizza at Slices in Saugerties

Chicken Pesto Salad at Slices in Saugerties

After sleigh riding at Snyder's Hill in Saugerties, we stopped by Slices in Saugerties because it is very kid-friendly and the pizza is made from only the freshest ingredients. I have been here several times since they opened their new pizza place in Saugerties last November. The owner did a fantastic job transforming the former Moroccan themed Fez Cafe space into a bright and cheery pizza place. I love their thin crust pizza—I don't feel guilty eating it because it doesn't have that heavy oily pizza feeling.

My daughter had 2 grandma slices, and my husband and I both ordered the Chicken Pesto Salad. The portions were generous and the salads were very fresh. Trays and platters are also available for parties. Gluten-free crust, whole wheat crust, or grandma crust are also available upon request. They deliver in town, which is great for those lazy winter nights. You simply can't go wrong eating here!

For more Hudson Valley restaurant reviews check out Vanessa Ahern's blogHudson Valley Good Stuff.

  • Pin It
  • Email
  • Favorite

Tags: , , , ,

Speaking of...


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Readers also liked…

  • Jazz and Poetry Meet in Midtown Kingston

    New York wordsmiths Steve Dalachinsky and Yuko Otomo will read alongside musicians Michael Bisio and Adam Siegel this Sunday.
    • May 1, 2017
  • It's a Circus in Phoenicia

    On Sunday, April 3rd, the award-winning local favorite Arm of the Sea Theater will perform The Rejuvenary River Circus on stage at the Phoenicia Elementary School.
    • Mar 28, 2016

Hudson Valley Events

submit event

Common Ground

Oct. 6-Nov. 13 — A photography exhibition by Ellen Lynch. The exhibit pairs separate photographs of...

View all of today's events

Latest in Daily Dose

More by Hudson Valley Good Stuff

Current Issue

October 1-31, 2017
Issue Cover