Great pizza has long been a staple in CB, but the current line-up of cheese pull eateries may be the best ever.
Pizza has long been a preferred re-fueling option after a big day in the mountains, both winter and summer. In addition to being delicious, fun and family friendly, pizza can provide you with the ideal amount of carbohydrates, protein, salts, and vitamins to help your body recovery from a big calorie burn day.
Breadery – Eatery Bar & Bakehouse
A sourdough and vegetable forward eatery, bar, and bakehouse in Crested Butte. Naturally-leavened sourdough pizza and bread, seasonal salads and small plates. Artisanal cocktails and natural wines.
Where: 209 Elk Avenue
Phone: (970) 319-5118
Web: The Breadery
The Secret Stash
There’s nothing secret anymore about this tasty, trendy pizza place. The Stash moved from it’s bohemian floor-seating option digs at the end of Elk to The Company Store building, three times the original restaurant’s size, just to handle the traffic. The za here is so renowned, you’ll find Stash swag all over the globe. It serves amazing pizza in a uniquely experimental array of combinations —from the “Notorious F.I.G.” (prosciutto, dried figs, and truffle oil) to the “Mac Daddy” (with Thousand Island, shaved rib eye, pickles, and a sesame seed crust). There’s a full bar with an impressive list of specialty drinks. Sit cozily inside or opt for an al-fresco street-side table.
Where: 303 Elk Ave
Phone: (970) 349-6245
Web: The Secret Stash
Mikey’s is a fantastic hidden gem in Crested Butte. Offering Pizzas, Subs and Pasta. Amazing pies, and avoid the wait you may get at the bigger restaurants. Vegetarian and gluten free options. It’s a locals favorite cause it’s real good food at real good prices.
Where: 611 3rd St
Phone: (970) 349-1110
Web: Mikey’s Pizza