If you haven’t tried out Swanzey’s newest pizza place, you are missing out! Located on Route 32 in Swanzey, Hillside Pizza serves “build your own” and specialty pizzas, salads, paninis, and wraps- all hand made in small batches. This restaurant is committed to stepping lightly on the planet by using natural and organic ingredients, and never using additives, preservatives, or genetically modified foods.
Hillside Pizza supports local organic agriculture by using ingredients from area farms. Already it has teamed up with Orchard Hill Breadworks in Alstead for the bread used in its paninis and Phoenix Farm in Marlborough to deal with its compost. Not only is Hillside Pizza good for the environment, it is a positive force in our community. Hillside started in Greenfield, Massachusetts as a fundraising venture, and it continues to help raise funds for community organizations with its “Take & Bake” pizzas and “Scoop & Bake” cookie dough.
On Saturday, March 26, 2011 there will be a Hillside Pizza Tasting at Hannah Grimes Marketplace from noon to 3pm. Stop by and have a taste!
Hillside “Take & Bake” Pizzas are available at the Hannah Grimes Marketplace.
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Hello. Thank you for all you do in supporting our local farms and markets such as the Monadnock Food Co-p in Keene. I work at the Food Co-op and love it. I am also the chair of the Swanzey Preservation Society. We are currently in the midst of preserving the Grange Hall building in the center of town. Would you be kind enough to email me information on your fundraising events. The Grange Hall building is an important historical landmark for us. I look forward to hearing from you.
Chair, Swanzey Preservation Society