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Original location is popular among U of U college students. Hand-tossed pies go well with affordable pitchers of beer. Voted Best Pizza in Utah 11 years in a row.
It’s hard to beat the Pie’s big portions, cheap prices, and appeal to the foodie palettes (fresh-rolled dough, premium ingredients). The Pie has been smart about something else, too, and that’s to make its deliciousness available across the Valley by adding new locations. So while we tend to think of the Pie as a university mainstay, the Pie has gone on to capture the pizza cravings of the entire Valley. And in fact, you can now get a partially-cooked, flash-frozen Pie pizza delivered to your doorstep, anywhere in the lower 48.
Price: $ - Inexpensive
Payment Type: Accept Credit Cards