The pizza dough and tomato sauce at Spruce Pond Creamery are organic and scratch-made in-house, as is just about everything. The cheeses are organic, as are the pasta, flours, salad dressings, calzones, and most of the pizza toppings. Many of the ingredients in the paninis, soups, and pasta dishes are also organic, ask for more specifics. Some of the beverages served are organic as well, including the house ice tea, wines, and some of the beer selections. The ice cream is made on-site using all-natural ingredients but is not organic. Gluten-free options are also available.
Spruce Pond Creamery is open for lunch and dinner and serves wood-fired flatbread pizzas, salads, calzones, pasta dishes, soups, paninis, and desserts. Desserts include a few baked items like brownies, and of course ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sorbets.
What I Ordered
I ordered the Franklin Stove Pizza with toppings of roasted organic portabella mushrooms and red onions roasted in balsamic vinegar over a mushroom puree. I also ordered an all organic American Revolution Pizza, topped with organic pepperoni and white and portabella mushrooms as add-ons, I know, oink oink. Both flatbread pizzas were pretty darn tasty, but not epic, with the toppings being the highlights. The texture of the dough was spot-on, however, I found the crust lacking flavor in the taste department.
Spruce Pond Creamery is a casual restaurant with open kitchen views, including the wood-fired pizza oven. Many tables are available inside as well as along the charming wrap-around porch including a section that overlooks a pond.
Don’t let their name fool you, Spruce Pond Creamery is so much more than an Ice Cream joint. With some of the cleanest pizzas this clean foodie has found to date, as well as organic pasta, calzones, beer, and wine, please stop by and indulge without guilt. Open 7 days per week, yay!