I'm not gonna lie, after a long day on the mountain, I CRAVE pizza. Ooey gooey cheesy pizza makes my heart go pitter-patter, my stomach growl - not to mention it pleases everyone in my family. & The best part about grabbing pizza in Park City? You can go out & eat it, or have it delivered (when you're just too tired to make the effort).
As you can imagine there are plenty of places to get pizza in Park City. But my personal-absolute-favorite pizza in Park City is Davanza's - hands down! But don't worry, pizza isn't their only specialty. Davanza's also features burgers, sandwiches, subs, handmade tacos, salads and some say, the best fry sauce ever.
The restaurant itself isn't exactly the largest place and it definitely looks like a man's paradise (beer cans line the walls) - but don't be intimidated, the kids are totally welcome and the atmosphere is fun & lively.
If you're in the mood for pizza - I love the Margherita special... thin crust pizza with Mozzarella, basil, olive oil, and fresh tomatoes.
But how can you pass up chicken wings, a philly steak sandwich or handmade tacos? It all sounds delicious.
With two convenient Park City locations, you have no excuse not to visit my favorite Park City pizzeria...
Davanza's Old Town: 690 Park Ave. (435)649-2222
Davanza's at the Junction: 6531 N. Landmark (435)655-3222
Both locations are open 7 days a week & offer delivery throughout Park City.
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