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Who Has the Best Pizza?

Who has the best pizza in Bozeman?

POSTED: 2005-04-14

Columbos (near the MSU campus)

POSTED: 2005-04-14 09:40:30

No thanks, I've found hair in my food one too many times there and nobody did anything about it.

POSTED: 2005-04-15 07:52:02


POSTED: 2005-04-22 09:58:24

Columbos is good, but they do indeed have horrible customer service if they make a mistake or you have some kind of issue and Joe Columbo is not there at the time, Rosa's is also decent.

POSTED: 2005-05-04 09:24:46

Just because something is the 'BEST' doesn't mean it's 'GOOD'.

BEST dung in the world is still DUNG.

POSTED: 2005-07-02 12:38:12

I can't believe you people are forgetting about Mackenzie River!! Sure, it's not as cheap as the others but you get what you pay for!

POSTED: 2005-10-13 21:18:44

Tarantino's, baby. Tarantino's.

It is on West Main St. next to Soby's (which is a delicious, super filling Mex-American joint).

POSTED: 2007-03-26 19:57:41

I'm sorry, but Mckenzie river's service (too dang slow!!) is not okay when you have kids. But their pizza is okay. I like rosa's too.

POSTED: 2007-03-27 18:55:33

Cosmic Pizza at the loaf and jug at 19th and Main. Great menu, great service, great prices, great pizza.

POSTED: 2007-03-30 11:43:02

My business accociates and I have been going to Plonk for lunch pretty much since they have opened. Recently since they have taken on new chefs. I belive the Chefs name is Dave. He is the former owner and operator of Sourdough Creek restaurant. Anyway, the pizza specials that they have been doing recently are simply amazing. Just the other day I had a pizza spec that included local porchini mushrooms, roasted chicken breast, basil pesto, and aged provolone. To die for.... I realize with an establishment like Plonk it is obviously not a pizza destination, but I just wanted to give kudos to what this wonderful establishment for what they are doing. Their new vision and offerings are really exciting. Thank you Plonk and keep doing what you are doing.

POSTED: 2008-07-29 22:50:12

Tarantino's in Bozeman and Buffalo Bump in Four Corners. Mackenzie River is also very good, too.

Buffalo Bump's pizza, as a whole, is excellent. Their dough is delicious; the crust is perfect. They make a fantastic buffalo chicken wing pizza that has blue cheese sauce and hot, boneless chicken pieces. (Their margherita pizza is to die-for as well.)

POSTED: 2008-09-14 18:14:46

Pizza at Plonk? With aged Provolone? Wow- what a good description- sounds like the poster has some cooking experience???? If you don't mind me asking, how much did this pizza at Plonk cost? I'll go and try it as long as it doesn't break my pocket book!

POSTED: 2008-09-22 12:20:30

Damasco's in Belgrade has the most authentic pizza you will find in the area. It's my first pick when I want a sit-down restaurant type pizza.

POSTED: 2008-12-31 12:00:15

Little is said about Cosmic but they have hell-of-a good pizza. They also have slice specials where most days you get 2 big pieces of pizza plus a drink for under $5! It is REAL pizza with real cheese and real toppings cheaper than Mcds.

I have not eaten much at Tarantinos (which is better than Columbos, Rosas, or McKennsie River IMO) since I first tried Cosmic.

POSTED: 2009-07-08 15:48:54

Who has NY pizza? Thin crust and big slices? I am willing to go out of town for a good pie..but not as far as the east coast. I am affraid I will be disappointed to try the new joints so I opt up for making pizza at home. My take on the local pizza restaurants is.. if you tried em once you don't need to try them again. Once is enough.

POSTED: 2009-10-15 21:44:42

2nd Street Bistro
in Livingston

POSTED: 2009-10-16 21:12:43


POSTED: 2009-10-25 11:06:32

Audrey's , anyone?

POSTED: 2010-04-23 23:17:17

Cosmic Pizza is the ABSOLUTE best in the valley. And their garlic dipping sauce has probably put a few pounds on my thighs! Yum!!

POSTED: 2010-04-26 10:11:58

Used to like Cosmic until I had a few stomach-wrenching experiences from there (and some of my buddies had the same issue). Still going with Buffalo Bump Pizza and Damasco's as the best in the Gallatin Valley.

POSTED: 2010-04-26 10:14:13

Who ever posted about Plonk having the best pizza and great chef obviously does not have a clue about food. They are overpriced and undersized on all of their portions. Half of the ingredients on the meun are not even what they claim to be. Trust me on this one... On a positive note I feel that Tarantino's has very good pizza. Try the one with artichokes, sundried tomatoes, pesto, and white cheddar.

POSTED: 2010-04-26 15:45:51

Oh, forgot Tarantino's...

Tarantino's has the best pizza downtown; Buffalo Bump in the Four Corners area; and Damasco's in Belgrade. Plus, the people at Tarantino's are great - and I love the size of their pies.

POSTED: 2010-04-26 15:48:14

Review of by-the-slice local pizza only:
I used to eat at Tarantino's regularly but their pizza started getting old in the warmer. And they are pretty expensive >$7 for 2 slices and a drink.

I tried the pepperoni lunch special at audreys (one slice for $5) but found it to be too much like a grocery store pizza kit. Who advertises super thin crust? Have not had their thick crust.

The pizza I eat regularly is Cosmic. They have 4 selections daily which is less than Tarantino's but more than Audry's only (pep usually) option. The 2 specialty pizzas are usually very good. And at $5 with a drink the price cannot be beat.

POSTED: 2010-10-25 22:24:52

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