For 13 years, Sazza (salad + pizza = Sa+Zza) has been known for locally sourced organic fare, and a commitment to sustainable food practices within the Colorado community. Their ideology is rooted firmly in the practice of creating local, organic, scratch/farm-to-table food with ingredients free of additives, preservatives, GMOs, and pesticides. “Everything brought into the restaurant is here for a reason,” says owner Jeff Rogoff. “We don’t just want to make a profit, we also want to make a difference.”
Sazza uses locally sourced, organic ingredients for their pizzas, salads, soups, and desserts. Sourcing local and organic in Colorado is seasonal, so they rely on buying and partnering with small, local businesses as it helps sustain the local economy. They have a passion for responsibly grown food and are dedicated to bringing customers the best of what they can source, create, prepare, and serve.
Catering to individual dietary tastes and restrictions is “part of what we do and who we are” with available gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and dairy-free menu items.
Their commitment to environmental responsibility and their mission of being planet friendly is seen all around Sazza. For example, employees wear donated T-shirts repurposed with the restaurant logo and serve patio tables made of recycled Pop bottles. Their glassware is made from recycled glass; to-go products are compostable and recyclable, including their potato-based spoons; waste is recycled or composted, with very little sent to the landfill; and customer-donated mix-and-match silverware is used in place of newly purchased pieces. At Sazza “We don’t just make pizza and salads, we make the planet a better place.” Learn more about Sazza's commitment to local, sustainable ingredient sourcing and Colorado farms here.