Who Makes Grand Junction’s Best Pizza?
Today, February 9, is National Pizza Day. To celebrate, you must devour at least two slices, Where exactly do you plan to do this?
Pizza is like Star Trek – even when it’s bad, it’s still pretty good. Unfortunately, that makes matters even more difficult when trying to decide which Grand Junction area pizzeria you should visit. Let’s help one another out, and save a little wear-and-tear on our tires and shoes, and determine once and for all who makes the valley’s best pizza.
Unlike some popular American favorites, pizza has the tendency to show up everywhere. Sometimes, if we’re craving pizza, the staff at the studio makes the short drive down the hill to Sam’s Club. Their little cafeteria offers an excellent pizza.
When you stop to think about it, within a ten-block radius of this station (315 Kennedy Ave), you’ll find the following pizza joints:
- Domino’s (North Avenue location)
- Diorio’s (North Avenue location)
- Pizza Hut (North Avenue location…. and the 1st Street location is much farther than 10 blocks)
- Sam’s Club
- Walmart (Rimrock Location)
- Papa Murphey’s (Rimrock location)
Pizza joints abound! Granted, they come in different shapes and sizes. Some are sit-down joints, while others are carry-out and delivery, and others are take-n-bake. At the end of they day, they’re all pretty good.
When you go out for your two slices of pie for National Pizza Day, where do you plan to go. Let’s take into account all factors: quality of the pizza, price, convenience of location, customer loyalty perks, etc. For our purposes today, let’s totally leave out frozen pizzas. Yes, some of them kick butt. In this case, though, we’re searching for Grand Junction restaurants.
In the event you don’t see your favorite, write it in. We’ll add it to the list.