Draper >Wasatch Pizza Co
what a waste of money. greasy pizza, poor service, and called manager and said we did our best can u believe that, i will never go back to them i promise
If you haven't tried, you should.. Wasatch Pizza is much different than the normal chain pizzerias around town. The Pfeifferhorn is my personal favorite. This is grown up pizza, too, so consider this one for an evening at home without the kids.
The ultimate in dial-up pizza: great ingredients, grown-up flavor combos, chewy, fragrant crusts..
Don't bother visiting, just dial up for delivery. Though some locations have a few tables, service is nil. Enjoy chez vous or in your hotel room.
Beautifully balanced, generous combos with top-drawer ingredients. Wasatch's crust is soft inside, golden and chewy on the outside. The "Lone Peak" is a supreme example of what a vegetarian pizza can be. Piled high with meaty roasted eggplant and mushrooms, thin sliced zucchini, creamy feta and mozzarella, Greek olives and roasted garlic, it's just about perfect--the crumbled feta always gets a little golden tinge on the edges and the cheese starts to ooze and melt, just-so. And it always arrives hot. Too much roasted garlic ruins some of Wasatch Pizza's creations, however. Salads are ordinary, and inexplicably include a pile of shredded cheese on top.
great specialty pizza in Draper. great specialty pizza, a cut above the national chains Try the Grizzly Gulch, our favorite
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