Grab a Slice
If you’re looking for a place to satisfy your pizza craving, you won’t have far to go, but you will have a hard time choosing. Park City has more than its fair share of pizza joints. These locally run parlors all offer eat-in or takeout and include additional offerings on their menus.
Photography: Chelsea Fitch
Davanza’s (690 Park Ave, 435.649.2222) Davanza’s is a longtime locals’ favorite, with offerings like the hearty Mucker Supreme with pepperoni, sausage, ham, ground beef, mushrooms, onions, bell peppers, and black olives. Right under the Town Lift, it’s a happening spot for high school kids, families, the business lunch crowd, and others. It doesn’t get more local than this.
Fuego Pizzeria (2001 Sidewinder Dr, 435.645.8646, fuegopizzeria.com) Want a gourmet pizza? Find this little out-of-the-way Italian bistro in the Prospector area, and you’ll find a wide assortment of traditional and unusual gourmet pizzas. The Deer Valley is scrumptious with pesto, mozzarella, feta cheese, kalamata olives, and artichoke hearts.
Main Street Pizza and Noodle (530 Main St, 435.645.8878, mainstreetpizzanoodle.com) If you’re shopping on Main Street, stop into this bright and casual eatery and order the Maui Mama pizza with extra Canadian bacon, pineapple, and mozzarella cheese. You’ll also find a wide selection of beer and wine.
Maxwell’s (1456 Newpark Blvd, 435.647.0304) Maxwell’s in the Newpark area is the place for East Coast–style pizzas named after Italian mafia films or characters. Try the Donnie Brasco with alfredo sauce, mozzarella, provolone, ricotta cheese, and a balsamic reduction drizzled on top. All of the pizzas come in one 20-inch size, so be hungry or bring friends to share.
Park City Pizza Company (1612 Ute Blvd, 435.649.1591, parkcitypizzaco.com) Located in Kimball Junction, PCPC offers a solid assortment of pizzas from build-your-own to Hawaiian to the Weed Eater for vegetarians. They also specialize in gluten-free pizzas.
Red Banjo Pizza Parlour (322 Main St, 435.649.9901) Going strong for nearly half a century, the Red Banjo is the oldest pizza place in Park City. The entire family will love its casual atmosphere and its reasonably priced, hearty, and consistent pizzas, most of which are named for local ski runs (the Silver King boasts pepperoni, sausage, green peppers, and banana peppers).