Best family food in Park City.... the best carne asada taco's & philly cheese steak in town too.... We live here in Park City with 5 kids and have been eating at Davanza's for over 26 years... and it only get's better with the latest family of owners. We are partial to the Town Lift location, but avoid it on a local school holiday or weekend in the winter with every middle school & high school kid in town eating lunch there while skiing... I think their pizza is just OK, but the tacos and philly cheese steak sandwiches are AWESOME... the buffalo wings and burgers are also great. The historical beer can display is quite impressive... it looks like a "dive", but is just good cheap food, and fun place to watch sports on the many TV's... But ask them to turn down the music so you can hear the "play by play" on the game. Former owners were HUGE Chicago sports fans & Utah Jazz fans, but now the employees would rather listen to music... Come here dressed as you are, and ejoy a great time with food & TV...
Best pizza in park city. Period..
Cool place. Not much seating. Solid pizza. Call these guys first before doing Domino's or anyone else in Park City. Easy pick up (may deliver also, don't know). Impressive pizza. Not too heavy (not chewy like Dom's) -- just right.
Very convenient. Right next to the Town Lift. The interior will remind you of a honkey tonk burger joint.
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the best pizza in park city. the locals know it's the best pizza in Summit county.
Awesome Park City Environment. This place is the best for locals. Friendly staff, and a great value for your money. Also I found that they are the only pizza place to serve people outside of the Park City area. These guys definately made an impression!
Park City pizza joint offers not only great pizza, but also refuge to locals and tourists alike..
Just one convenient block from Main St., this busy eatery offers frat house décor and "Cheers"-like service--the staff will make everyone feel like a local, safe from touristy prices. The parlor clearly doesn't take itself seriously, offering animal crackers at the bar, Corona beer patio furniture and at least 99 bottles of beer--not to mention a Farrah Fawcett poster--on the wall.
Behind the kitchen's beaded curtain, enormous calzones and delicious pizza are made with plenty of cheese, tasty traditional toppings and a thick--but not chewy--crust. Picky eaters can custom-make a pizza pie, but combinations like the Mucker Supreme, loaded with eight different meat and veggie ingredients, prove the perfect reward after a day on the slopes. Quarter-pound burgers, hoagies in six varieties and San Antonio-style soft tacos are served up in large portions using basically the same ingredients found on the pizzas. Grease fixes are satisfied with side orders of cheesy garlic bread and onion rings.
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