No matter if you're a skier or snowboarder, once-per year skier or self-proclaimed ski bum, everyone can agree on one thing: good pizza. Park City and its surrounding areas have no shortage of pizza joints and Italian restaurants, but finding the perfect pie can be a challenge. We've made things easy and broken it down to some of the top-rated places for pizza in Park City, selected for service, quality and most importantly, taste!
Davanza's is a local joint that specializes in comfort food and a laid-back atmosphere, located just around the corner from Main Street. With vintage beer cans lining the walls and lines that often run out the door, you know there is something special here. Davanza’s is the perfect place for anyone looking to get a cheap slice of pizza and a cold beer.
Photo: Devanza's Pizza
Vinto offers wood-fired pizzas with the efficiency of a fast and casual restaurant. If you're looking for an affordable, sit-down eatery with a more traditional, Italian-style pizza, this is a great place to check out. Vintos’ menu is also very gluten-free friendly, and is open on Sunday during the off-season, unlike other restaurants in the area.
Versante Hearth + Bar
Photo: Versante Hearth + Bar
Recently opened in January 2017 and located inside the Park City Peak's Hotel and away from the hustle and bustle of Main Street, Versante offers handcrafted pizzas paired with local craft beers and cocktails. Versante is a great pick if you're looking to avoid the crowds, and cost, of Main Street, but still enjoy quality food at an upscale and rustic restaurant.
Mangia Neapolitan Pizza
Mangia's is famous for their award-winning whole-wheat pizza dough, which many patrons describe as "heavenly". Mangia's differentiates themselves from other pizza joints in three ways: their crust is crispy on the side and chewy on the inside, they only use premium, all natural and locally grown ingredients in their sauces and they only use 100% natural mozzarella cheese with no binders or anti-caking ingredients.
Este Pizzeria Park City
Este is a locally owned and operated New York-style pizzeria. With a casual and friendly atmosphere perfect for post-skiing pizza, Este serves traditional thin—yet still chewy—crust pizza with high quality vegetables and homemade sauces. Este is also boasts the famed vegan pizza, and offers several gluten-free options.
Fuego Bistro & Pizzeria
Located away from Park City's Main Street in the Prospector Square area, Fuego is a great place to take the family for pizza and other Italian-style dishes. Patrons can expect quick service in a sit-down atmosphere, with wood-fired pies and many locally grown ingredients. You’ll want to try some of Fuego's house specialties, including the Margherita, Wasatch and Juniper Pie.
Maxwell's East Coast Eatery
Featured on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Maxwell's East Coast Eatery specializes in the chicken parmigiano and pizza. Maxwell's came from humble Italian beginnings, and quickly grew into two locations, one in downtown Salt Lake and one in Kimble Junction, just before Park City. This is a great stop for those coming or going to the airport or downtown.
Photo: Maxwell's East Coast Eatery
Park City Pizza Company
If you're looking for a no-frills, basic pizza joint that feeds you wholesome, fresh food, Park City Pizza Company is the place to go. Locally owned and operated since 1985, this company fires the ovens early and makes their dough from basic ingredients every day. Park City Pizza Company also specialized in gluten-free, dairy-free and whole wheat pizza.