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“it's an old church”

Zion Pizza & Noodle Co
Ranked #12 of 42 Restaurants in Springdale
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $10 - $15
Cuisines: Pizza
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Good for: Families with children
Dining options: Late Night, Dinner, Lunch, Delivery, Takeout
Description: Located in the heart of Zion Canyon at the entrance to Zion National Park, Zion Pizza & Noodle Co. is situated in the picturesque village of Springdale, Utah. Once an old church, the building is now a focal point for visitors wishing to take a relaxing break and enjoy good food and good company.Formerly an old Mormon church built in 1930, the picturesque building that is home to Zion Pizza & Noodle Co. was converted to commercial use in 1983. Due to uncertain soil conditions, the foundation was built four feet thick and the walls are one foot thick. The interior walls are lathe and plaster construction. It graces the commerical center of Springdale.The Zion Pizza & Noodle Co. serves some of the finest pizza and pasta around. We use the freshest local ingredients, and cater to vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. CompanyBruce M . VanderWerffChef ~ RestaurateurBruce started in the restaurant business in 1958 at Finns Restaurant in Salt Lake City, Utah. Since then he has founded, owned and operated a number of restaurants. A trained professional chef with an advanced degree from La Vareene, Paris, Bruce has created over 30 area restaurants. On moving to Zion Canyon, he opened Zion Pizza & Noodle Co. His son Joshua has worked in the restaurant business since 1985, and is also an owner-operator of this family business.Bruce and Joshua would like to welcome you, and sincerely hope that your dining experience is enjoyable.
Reviewed July 28, 2013

after spending the day exploring the park, head on over to the old church. grab a seat on the front patio and enjoy an ice cold drink and a pizza. or maybe some noodle. we've tried the salads and they're just not worth it. the pizzas are a little pricey but they are definitely tasty. you can choose one of their theme pizzas or get the "boring cheese" and pick your own toppings.

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Reviewed July 27, 2013

There is a reason it's so crowded. The food is great. They have a plenty of yummy choices on the menu for pizza, pastas, salads, and beer. Including a bunch of regional microbrews on tap. It's a fun little place with a bar in the back, a small dining room in the middle, and a great porch in the front. Perfect for drinking a beer, eating a couple slices of pizza, and watching the people go by. As a bonus, the people who work there are very cool and friendly. So really....several reasons it is crowded :) Go try it out.

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Reviewed July 26, 2013

Ordered take out from the restaurant. Staff extremely nice. Pizza was great and was the kids pasta. Ready in no time!

Thank Lisa M
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Reviewed July 25, 2013

Ate here with family group. Casual place. Order at the counter and find your own seat. Not many tables to accommodate larger groups. Food was good not great.

Thank TimPA1004
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

We dined here with our two children, aged 8 and 12.
The boys had a cheese pizza which they enjoyed.
My wife and I had garden salads with chicken and shared a "good for you pizza" which had feta cheese, artichokes, zucchini and mushrooms. We complemented this with a couple of glasses of red wine. All this cost us 60$, taxes and tip in.
The food was very good. The kids liked their pizza too but were disappointed that the restaurant did not carry milk. (really?...)
If you go, be prepared for a relaxed atmosphere and a... different way of ordering.
You order your meal at a bar, pre-pay (which makes it hard to gauge how much tip they deserve as I usually make this decision at the end) then have a seat. They bring you your meal and any alcohol ordered. Fountain drinks and water are self-serve so I felt that we were eating a little less upscale... fast food style, although... the food was very good.
The fact that this restaurant was packed every day of the week that we passed it upon leaving Zion National Park is telling.
They do not have Internet service (perhaps as a way to prevent patrons from staying).
We would dine here again.

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