Avoid this mean-spirited, slow, dive.
Great Pizza on Main Street.
I was in Park City for a week for work. My co-workers and I went to the Red Banjo twice. The beer is cold and the 10" is great for one person. I had left-overs both times. My favorite was the Little Belle but I also had the Mayflower which was tasty. The lemon is unique however I didn't really notice a difference. But when in Rome...
I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a relaxing atmosphere and a good slice of pizza. Best of Luck to the new owners. And Congrats on your upcoming marriage. Thanks for sharing a taste of the town.
Best in Park City. I have never had such good pizza in my life. The uniqueness of the lemon added an amazing twist to a classic pizza, and besides that my service was amazing and friendly. You can't beat the view from their deck over looking main street. Old Charm with a great flare.
The best pizza I have ever had!. This pizza is great. I have never had a pizza where the ingredients were so fresh and the people were so friendly. The pepperoni's on this pizza were the size of soccer balls. The cheese was farm fresh. The sauce was a delightful blend of herbs and sun ripened tomatoes. I have been to "ray's" in new york and "totono's" on coney island. Never have I had pizza this great. EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT!
A simple place that makes good pizza: a reminder of the way Park City used to be..
No Hollywood glamour here. The cluttered interior looks like a cross between an old west saloon and the pizza parlor it is. There's a huge antique mirror behind the bar, and an old-fashioned piano sits at the back of the restaurant. This place buzzes with chattering teenage Parkites and families. Downstairs is a small market.
It's hard to miss with the pizza's crunchy crust and gooey cheese. If you're not up for a whole pie, you can get pizza by the slice. For an appetizer, try the jalapeño poppers--peppers filled with cream cheese, deep fried to a crisp golden brown and served with the house pizza sauce. But be forewarned--they're not for fire-phobes. To cool your mouth, Red Banjo has sodas and a few beers on tap.
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