Salem’s Newest Pizza Venture Flies High


Salem’s Newest Pizza Venture Flies High

North Shore Dish – Salem’s Newest Pizza Venture Flies High: I will, if it is not too much trouble, tell you anything. We will never be able to get a table at the amazing pizza business that we are going to tell you about if you make a pledge to refrain from visiting there too frequently like we are going to do. However, if you do not make this commitment, we will be able to tell you about it. Are we able to reach a compromise?

Pizza is one of our favorite cuisines

We are perfectly content with a pie that has a good sauce, a crust that is well-made, and cheese that melts. Pizza is one of our favorite cuisines, and we are completely satisfied with those three things. On the other hand, Salem’s Flying Saucer Pizza Company drew to our attention the fact that this seemingly unremarkable dinner has the potential to be lifted to a whole new level by applying the necessary tactics and ingredients.

Everything at Flying Saucer is of the greatest possible quality, is cooked in a fresh manner, and is absolutely mouthwatering. You can choose from a large range of creative combinations, or you can create your own by combining a variety of spices and ingredients. Either way, you have the ability to choose from a wide variety of unique combinations. Our expectations were completely blown away by these pies made in the New York style, which contained a generous amount of toppings and a cheese that was of exceptional quality.

Exploring the Menu: From Tantalizing Starters to Decadent Pizzas

We secured a seat at the restaurant, but due to high customer volume, our pizza took 40 minutes. Despite the wait, we didn’t mind. To satisfy hungry customers, we recommend offering additional appetizers alongside breadsticks.

Although we were snacking on the really wonderful bread sticks, we were drinking wine and draft beer. First, we sampled the Morpheus, which featured barbecue sauce, cheese, asparagus, roasted red peppers, black olives, green olives, scallions, and barbecue chicken. Next, we tried the Picard, which featured cheese, potatoes, Canadian bacon, rosemary, chopped garlic, parmesan, olive oil, and Quark, which featured red sauce, cheese, hamburger, bacon, red onion, and scallions.

While snacking on breadsticks, we enjoyed wine and draft beer. We sampled the Morpheus, featuring barbecue sauce, cheese, asparagus, and more. Next, the Picard with cheese, potatoes, and other toppings. Finally, we tried the Face of Boe, a pizza with pesto, artichoke hearts, and more. Customers can also buy two vegan pies.

Last but not least, we tasted the Face of Boe, a pizza comprising pesto, artichoke hearts, portobello mushrooms, fresh mozzarella, feta cheese, and spinach. Additionally, aside from this option found in the vegetarian section, customers can also purchase two vegan pies.

Each pie costs $12 to $14, feeding three people. Toppings were fresh and plentiful, especially on pizzas like the Picard. Pizzas without sauce were a highlight. With so many options, it was hard to pick a favorite.


It should not have come as a surprise to see a large range of craft beers and meads given that the proprietors are the same people who own the Gulu Gulu Café, which is located right next door.

Additionally, we thrilled at the sight of a wonderful assortment of wines, appetizing salads, and various dessert options we eagerly anticipate trying.

Do you have any interest in Nutella, banana, and crushed coconut? Not to mention the extremely humorous science fiction decor, which includes a portrait wall of Dr. Who and Captain Picard of Star Trek dressed in full Borg attire.

We understand you’ll want to check the place out, and soon, but just be sure to leave a table open for us, okay?

Flying Saucer Pizza Company

118 Washington St, Salem

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