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Hillside Pizza
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265 Greenfield Rd South Deerfield, MA 01373
265 Greenfield RoadUSMassachusetts01373
Restaurant, Organic Restaurant
Organic Restaurant
Pizza Restaurant
Today 11AM–8PM
Thursday 11AM–8PMFriday 11AM–8PMSaturday 11AM–8PMSunday 12–7PMMonday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 12–7PM
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Casual pizzeria for traditional pizza along with take-&-bake pies, slices, salads & wraps.- Google
"The owners and employees are very nice and the decor is comfy, but functional."
"The gluten free crust will even make a non gluten eater asking for more!"
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david thompson
a month ago
Am a weekly visitor of this location and the pizza's and salads are tasty and consistent. The staff is friendly and accommodating. Having a gluten allergy I've never experienced cross contamination and the GF crust is delish!
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Alicia Litchfield
3 years ago
Craig takes pride in his business venture that started out about ten years ago (or so) freeas a great fundraiser for local kids and charities. I have not been to the restaurant since it was located in Deerfield. I always ordered the thin crust pesto pizza and added chicken, garlic and broccoli. If you want to taste something so delicious and organic, try out Hillside Pizza. Incredible Passion for food, overall health of their customers, agricultural sustainability, personal, witty and philanthropists would best describe the owners! Well Done!
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Josh C.
3 years ago
A Google User
6 years ago
We just moved to the area and everyone raves about Antonio's. After eating there (and a couple of other recommended places), I could not for the life of me understand what people thought was so good about it... it's like nobody in this area has ever eaten really good pizza before. It's a *college town* and businesses make, very understandably, what I call *college pizza*. If you're looking for more than just getting full for the least amount of money, try Hillside. The people at Hillside were friendly even though I was in a rush, the pizza was great- fresh ingredients, good cheese, cooked just right. This is not the best pizza I have ever eaten in my life (I'd prefer it slightly thinner, even though it's great as is), but it gets five stars because but it is by far the best pizza I have eaten in the NoHo/Amherst area. Note- I don't think that they sell beers, but it might be BYOB(?)
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Brian m
a year ago
A weekly must!! The specials are always unique and covered with local toppings. Take and Bake is always a great options if you can't eat it right away. The gluten free crust will even make a non gluten eater asking for more! So glad to have hillside down the road!!!
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Josh Platt
3 years ago
This is the best pizza in the Pioneer Valley, bar none. Their special slices and pies are consistently amazing and unique (from late summer to early Winter, try the Autumn Comfort), and the toppings are always fresh. The crust has just the right amount of crunch and the cheese is fresh and not too heavy. They also make a delicious gluten-free small pie, and their wraps and salads are legitimately great choices, not just back-ups in case you don't feel like pizza. (I'll sometimes stop by just for a curried chicken wrap.) The owners and employees are very nice and the decor is comfy, but functional. Sometimes I eat at the restaurant, but often I'll take my food to go. This branch, which is the landmark location, is in a plaza next to El Jardin Bakery, and if you get your pizza before 4 you can stop in and buy a cookie too. In nice weather, there are picnic tables outside, so it's a great stop for kids.
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A Google User
4 years ago
Great pizza using local organic ingredients. Owners are super nice and help raise tons of money for good causes. Local gem with gluten free options.
A Google User
6 years ago
My partner and I went to Hillside Pizza with much anticipation and were excited about the rave reviews we had heard. The reality though was rather bleak. First off, the dough tasted like cardboard. Second, the pizza was so wet that after the first piece it was to soggy to handle and less that appetizing to eat. As to not waist food I intended on suffering through the leftovers later that day but due to how soggy it was when packed up I literally had to use a bread knife to cut it off of the pizza box. Even if the quality was better and they were not using bought in frozen dough and a dough stretching machine method it would not be worth the price. I hope they remedy these issues because even though I thought the food was rubbish to be kind I like to see places supporting local agriculture which they certainly do.
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