The Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA) invites guests to stop in and wish Park City’s oldest business a very happy birthday this June. Red Banjo Pizza will celebrate 60 years of service to the community, who’s doors have been open since Park City’s silver mining era.
“What a privilege it has been for four generations of our family to serve Park City for the last six decades,” says Red Banjo Pizza Co-Owner Tana Toly. “Since 1962, we have endured and thrived through the community’s evolution from silver mining town to international ski mecca. We look forward to continue tossing pizzas for locals and visitors well into the future, wherever that may lead.”
Open daily for lunch and dinner at 322 Main Street, Red Banjo Pizza’s family-friendly atmosphere provides a comfortable, casual vibe for anyone with a taste for homestyle Italian fare. Known for their hand-tossed, fresh baked pizzas made daily from scratch, including gluten-free and cauliflower crust options, their full menu is also stocked with savory sandwiches, pastas, salads and a full bar. Conveniently located in the heart of Main Street, Red Banjo offers delivery, curbside, dine-in and al fresco seating on their elevated outdoor deck. For the full menu, reservations or to place an order, visit redbanjoparkcity.com.