Everyone wants to know… what is Park City’s Best Pizza? I searched the “Ask Park City” Facebook page to find out, and noted 464 comments! Clearly, there is not one best pizza place in Park City that everyone agreed on, but these names came up the most times. I have tried most, but not all of them and definitely have my personal favorites. One thing people did agree on-if you are searching for authentic New York or Chicago-style pie, you will not find it here. (But the good news is Goldbelly will ship your favorite.)
Best in Old Town
Located on Historic Main Street, Red Banjo is Park City’s oldest business. Red Banjo opened in 1962 and pre-dates Park City as a ski town. Four generations and 60 years later, they specialize in hand-tossed fresh-baked pizzas made daily from scratch. They offer pizza (including a gluten-free and cauliflower option) sandwiches, pasta, salads and a full bar. They also deliver locally.
Best in Deer Valley
Enjoy contemporary Italian cuisine including brick-oven pizza, pumpkin ravioli, Campanella primavera, and more. The enchanting indoor atmosphere harkens to Park City’s silver mining heritage. A sunny summer-time Patio is very inviting during the post-bike-ride summer months. A full bar, beer and wine are available.
Best in Prospector
Este Pizzeria specializes in New York Style pizza with homemade, hand-tossed dough and vegan items. Originating in Sugar House, you’ll now find locations in Park City and Downtown.
Pictured above, Feugo was started in 2006 to provide high-quality food at an affordable price to Parkites. They have a full, delicious menu that goes beyond pizza. The owners buy locally and organically when possible to support the local economy. For dine-in, Fuego has a great, neighborhood atmosphere and a full bar! They also offer to-go options and have a couple of delivery partners.
Boneyard’s food, including its pizza, is prepared on a wood-fired grill. Boneyard is a local’s favorite place to watch a game, sample a local beer, or try a glass of wine. The rooftop is a great place to sit, but please note you must be 21 to enter the saloon upstairs or down.
Best In Town / Park Meadows
Versante Hearth & Bar
This Italian Restaurant is located in the Park City Peaks Hotel and serves up wood-fired pizza, pasta, local craft beer and cocktails. For indoor dining, you’ll love their fabulous decor and modern vibe. Something that was new during Covid but has seemed to stick is dining on the outdoor lawn. It’s a great option!
Silver Star Café
Silver Star Cafe is a rustic cafe with award-winning Roots Cuisine — a contemporary, from-scratch, diverse expression of regional foods and flavors of the American Melting Pot. They serve beer, wine and cocktails. Summer dining outdoors overlooking the mountains and Park City golf course can’t be beat.
Best in Kimball Junction
Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery
Maxwells is an East Coast-inspired Italian eatery serving thin-crust pizzas in lively digs with a sports-bar scene. While they began in Park City, they now have a Salt Lake location as well. They also have wings, pasta and salads on their menu and their famous “Fat Kid Pizza” is a must-try.
Pick up a slice of hot pizza at our local Whole Foods or call for pickup or delivery from the Whole Foods Market app. Browse their online menus and choose from a variety of hand-stretched 18” pizzas or build your own. One of the greatest promos ever is Pizza Fridays. You get a whole, hot cheese pizza for $8. You can add toppings for an additional fee.
Best in Heber City & Midway
The Junction serves comfort food in a casual dine-in experience. The owner’s goal has always been to create, produce and serve great, full-flavored food. Their menu goes beyond pizza with burgers, sandwiches, wings and salads. There’s something for everyone including gluten-free crust.
Café Galleria serves woodfired pizza in addition to “rustic” Italian food in a historic 1898 building on Midway’s Main Street. Check out the Alpenglobes, which are open in the winter.
Best in Kamas
Formerly known as Summit Inn Pizza, owners, Dan and Marcene Littledike purchased the Summit Hotel building in 1989 and converted the downstairs into a pizza parlor. They search for the best local ingredients as well as import the finest cheeses and meats to maintain quality and freshness. They spent 10 years creating the perfect dough and sauce. This pizzeria has won “Best in State” numerous times.
Best in Coalville
Do you remember Vinto Pizzeria in Park City? It was in the little alleyway behind Main Street, below Mariott’s Summit Watch hotel. Unfortunately, they closed years ago. But fortunately, the chef opened her own restaurant! Annie B’s is a small take-out restaurant with no indoor seating. They serve pizza, wings, salads and sandwiches.
Best in Salt Lake City
Settebello was established in 2005 and was one of the first pizzerias in the US to recreate Pizza Napoletana as it has been made in Naples for centuries. I’ve been told this is the best pizza in Utah, but I haven’t made it there yet.
Did we miss one of your favorites? Is there a pizza on this list that you think needs to go? Let us know in the comments!