Five Ways: Pizza in Park City

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In my opinion, any day could be a national pizza day. But “National Pepperoni Pizza Day” only comes but once a year, which happens to be today, September 20. The good news: Parkites have plenty of delicious ways to celebrate with delicious pizza around Park City, no matter what dietary restrictions or pizza crust preferences you may have.  (If cheese isn’t your thing, check out five ways with avocado toast, HERE.) Keep reading to discover five of our favorite pies around town.

Este Pizza: New-York Style Pizza

Este_PizzaThis casual eatery serves up New York-style pizzas (think: thin crust and large, wide slices) at its Prospector location. Here, there’s truly something for everyone, with abundant vegan options on the menu, from the vegan barbecue Chick-un pizza and the vegan pesto Chick-un sandwich, all made in-house.

The Junction Pizzeria: American-Style Pies

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Located in (you guessed it!) Kimball Junction, here’s where you can get your fill of American-style pizza in Park City (a.k.a thick crust pizza). You can create your own pie from their extensive selection of toppings, or choose from their classic pizzas or unique specialty pies, such as a Thai chicken pizza with peanut sauce, red onions, green peppers, basil and chicken.

The Spur: Brick-Oven Pizzas in a Bar Atmosphere

No matter what time of day you’re craving pizza, the Spur has you covered, serving up a full menu from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. We can’t get enough of their brick-oven pies, which also have gluten-free crust available. We highly recommend going with The Goat, with Italian sausage, black figs, goat cheese, white sauce and rosemary, or the Al Pastor, with chorizo, pineapple, salsa verde, jalapeno, mozzarella and provolone.

Versante Hearth + Bar: Crafty Wood-Fired Pizzas

versante pizzaMany have claimed that the pizza they ate at this casual Italian spot, located in the Park City Peaks hotel, is the best they’ve ever had. The Spiro (all pizzas are named after ski runs at Park City Mountain) has unique ingredients including mozzarella, prosciutto, roasted pistachio, baby arugula, truffle oil and honey–which provides a nice balance with the salty prosciutto.

Wine Dive: Artisan Wood-Fired Pizzas 

The Wine Dive, Park City DiningAdjacent to Boneyard Saloon, Wine Dive not only offers wood-fired pizzas, but an extensive wine menu to match. They have a range of artisan combos on the menu, including a prosciutto and fig pie, bbq chicken bacon and ranch, and even a vegan option with roasted red peppers, spinach, garlic and spicy marinara.

 

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Locke Hughes is a freelance journalist currently based in Park City, who used to live in NYC until the mountains called. She believes long hikes and hot yoga — as well as wine and delicious food — play an important role in a happy life. Follow her outdoors and eating adventures on Instagram @lockehughes.

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