click here After a long day on the mountain, sometimes only a tasty, cheesy pizza will do for dinner. Okay, let’s be honest: There are plenty of times, ski day or not, when only a pizza will do for dinner.
click here Fortunately, Park City has plenty of great places where you can satisfy your pizza cravings. Keep reading to see eight spots where you’ll find delicious pizza in Park City.
This Prospector Square pizza parlor has a delicious selection of New York-style specialty pizzas. Don’t miss the lasagna pie, made with homemade marinara, ricotta cheese and meatballs topped with fresh mozzarella cheese. They even have a variety of vegan pizzas featuring dairy-free cheese for any health-minded people in your life.
Maxwell’s signature NY-style thin crust Fat Kid pizzas are all named after New York City mobster movies. From “The Godfather” with mozzarella, provolone, ricotta, goat cheese and sun-dried tomato to the “Untouchables,” made with banana peppers, red bell peppers, jalapenos and Italian sausage, you can’t go wrong. We highly suggest their boneless “wing zings” to start, too.
Located in the Peaks Park City Hotel, Versante’s menu is full of Italian-inspired specialties, including handcrafted wood-fired pizzas, innovative pastas and seasonal specialties. Choose from a wide selection of tempting pies, including the Old Town, with spicy Italian sausage and caramelized onion; the Parkite with artichoke hearts, zucchini and pesto; or The Spiro with mozzarella, prosciutto, roasted pistachio, baby arugula, truffle oil and honey.
Serving Italian wood-fired pizzas in a spacious setting right off Lower Main Street, Vinto is one of our go-to’s when we’re craving Italian-style pizzas. One specialty pie we love is the Patate — a unique and tasty combo of sliced Yukon potatoes, fontina, goat cheese, rosemary, wild arugula and white truffle oil.
Tucked up in Deer Valley, The Chateaux’s Cena Ristorante offers authentic Italian cuisine, including appetizers, fresh pastas, entrées and of course, plenty of pizza. Try their winter specialties such as the winter margherita pizza with roasted tomatoes, basil pesto and mozzarella, or the wild boar sausage and pickled peppers pizza with shaved fennel, Gruyère and chili oil.
In addition to live music and flowing drinks, this Main Street bar also has delicious food, including their famous wings, classic burger and brick oven pizza. We highly recommend the Goat pizza, a sweet and salty combination featuring Italian sausage, black figs, goat cheese, white sauce and rosemary, or the rich and savory Trip, with roasted mushrooms, brie, Alfredo sauce, truffle oil, lavender honey and arugula.
Park City’s longest-running eating establishment, open since 1962, on Main Street, is still serving up delicious slices. Go for the classic — the Red Banjo special — which comes with pepperoni, Italian sausage, red onion, green peppers, olives and mushrooms. This pie is served with a slice of lemon, which brings out the flavor of the pizza.
Last but not least, Boneyard’s wood-fired artisan pizzas include a wide selection of tasty pies such as prosciutto and fig, black n’ bleu (with basil pesto sauce, wood-fired sirloin, crimini mushrooms, caramelized onion and blue cheese) or even a bacon caprese pie with heirloom tomato, arugula and basil chiffonade, olive oil and garlic, white cheddar and mozzarella, a drizzle of balsamic, and of course, bacon.