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“Easy Family Dining with Above Average Pizza”
Review of Village Pizza

Village Pizza
Ranked #45 of 137 Restaurants in Estes Park
Price range: $8 - $20
Cuisines: Pizza
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Good for: Families with children
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Delivery, Takeout
Reviewed August 27, 2013

We arrived looking for something easy for our family as there are six of us. We hit a bit of a rush and while there were two waitresses, ours seemed to be doing most of the heavy lifting. She did an admiral job and I was quite pleased that she was able to give us as much attention as she did. Kept our drinks full, which is quite important.

We thought the pizza was good although not the best we have had by any means. The toppings were a bit skimpy but tasty. The bread(cheese) sticks were actually quite good. I did order a trip to the salad bar and while tasty, was a bit overpriced. No light dressing options either.

The kids did enjoy the game room. I feel like you actually don't see those too much anymore at pizza joints.

1  Thank torejackson
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Reviewed August 25, 2013

We came here for dinner after a long day in Rocky Mountain National Park and did not know what to expect. The waitress seemed new as she continually repeated things and triple checked orders, but she was real friendly. The pizza was very good and we loved the wheat thin crust. This was the best pizza we had had in quite a while in a restaurant outside of our pizza favorites back home. Our breadstick appetizers were tasty and a nice touch to our meal. All of our food arrived relatively fast. This place had a fun atmosphere and we enjoyed the arcade in the back. We hadn't played Miss Pac Man in years!! We would absolutely return again if in the area.

1  Thank Mark E
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Reviewed August 25, 2013 via mobile

We love this place!! New owner is awesome! Dedicated to quality food and service. We travel all the time and this place is top notch! Ate there 4 nights in a row.

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1  Thank Stanton34
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Reviewed August 24, 2013

This place is a little dingy and the service was very good one time and very slow another. Having said that . . . the pizza's were great! That's why you would visit this restaurant/pizzaria. Nice looking salad bar too.

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1  Thank UNCLEDICK69
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Reviewed August 20, 2013

We were looking for somewhere to eat in Estes Park outside of the downtown area (we didn't have time to find parking), and there didn't appear to be many choices. We saw Village Pizza and I recognized that we had eaten there in the year 2000 and that we had liked it at our last visit 13 years ago.

The dining room is decorated with sports memorabilia, mostly pennants and pictures. The restaurant was relatively busy on the Sunday afternoon that we were there. The room was in serviceable condition and the atmosphere definitely called out "pizza place."

Katherine was disappointed that they didn't offer decaffeinated coffee. The waitress was very busy but she seemed to be keeping up well and was very efficient. Katherine ordered their salad bar ($4.29) which was a little high considering that she only got a small side salad. She felt that the bleu cheese offered on the salad bar really tasted more like ranch dressing. We both ordered water to drink.

We ordered a medium Florentino Pizza ($19.99) which had green olives (stuffed with pimiento), Kalamata olives, spinach, chicken, diced tomato and red onion, garlic, tomato sauce and cheese. We ordered it with the deep dish pan crust, which our server said was their best--and I think she was right.

The pizza was nice and cheesy and very flavorful. We both recommend it and would order it again. If we return, I'd like to try out some of their other specialty pizza flavors if they are as good as the Florentino.

Dinner came to $24.28 before tax and after adding tax and tip we spent $30.15.

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1  Thank RowlandFamily
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