Pizza and a Fire

Posted by Colleen on February 11, 2011

fuego (fuego)On a recent ski trip to Park Ctiy Mountain Resort, we enjoyed our Silver Star condo so much that no one wanted to leave for dinner.

We decided to order pizza--no work for mom in the kitchen, and I asked the concierge for a recommendation.  She suggested Fuego at 2001 Sidewinder Drive, a five minute drive from Park City Mountain Resort. is where you can find all the menus.

It was a great choice. I decided to pick up our pizzas so that I could take a look at the restaurant for a future visit.  The  Daily Specials board caught my eye as soon as I walked in.  There's a special each night of the week, including Spaghetti Night ($6.99  including  salad and garlic bread.)  Ravioli on Thursday night sounded great too.  And there’s a good kids’ menu--$6 for pasta, pizza and more plus a drink.  

 Our pizzas were top notch.  The crust was thin and crispy, the toppings plentiful and tasty.

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I loved the atmosphere too.  I would feel comfortable bringing the kids, dining alone with my husband, or going with a group of friends.  The restaurant is casual with warm lighting and a friendly vibe.  Check it out the next time you're in Park City!

Fuego is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Call ahead 435-645-8646 to make sure they are open, order a pizza or make a reservation.  



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