The 9 Best Pizzas In Montana

Rebecca Hanlon
Last Updated: March 4th, 2023

Each year, over 11 million tourists come to Montana to enjoy skiing, hiking, biking, camping, and more. Besides outdoor fun, tourists spend an awful lot of money on the local cuisine, including of course…pizza!

Pizzas in Montana

Yes! Montana is famous for elk and buffalo burgers, steaks, huckleberry pies, but also surprisingly, pizza.

That’s why we’re here with a list of the best pizzas in Montana! So the next time you are taking a trip to Montana, you know exactly where to go to grab a pie.

Eugene’s Pizza

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We are starting our list with the best of the best, i.e., Eugene’s Pizza. Eugene’s Pizza was voted as Montana’s Best Pizza for two consecutive years in 2015 and 2016. This pizzeria is located on Klein’s Avenue in Glasgow, Montana. The restaurant has been in service for over 55 years and is well-known for its superb customer service.

This local pizza joint offers both dine-in and takeaway facilities, but we suggest you have your slices there. It is a great place to catch up with your friends, and you will be able to appreciate the cozy ambiance while wolfing down some of the best pizza in Montana.

Wild West Pizzeria

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This pizzeria is located in West Yellowstone which is a drive away from the Yellowstone National Park. Wild West Pizzeria & Saloon was established in 1999 by a man named Aaron Hecht. His goal was to serve the best pizza in town, and that is precisely what he did. The customers love Wild West Pizzeria and have voted it to be the best pizza in town.

The secret to making amazing pizza is using a combination of the best ingredients. Montana wheat flour is used to make the dough, a family recipe is used for making the pizza sauce, and for the cheese, Wisconsin mozzarella tops everything off.

Wild West Pizzeria & Saloon also offers live music entertainment to its guests, making it the perfect spot to hang out with family, friends, or the locals. So if you are in town, we would highly recommend that you pay a visit to this pizza place.

Rosa’s Pizza

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Rosa’s Pizza serves customers’ favorite pizzas in Bigfork, Montana. It was founded in 1986 and has been the town’s favorite since then. Rosa’s Pizza was last remodeled in 2008 and now has a Western theme decor.

Rosa’s Pizza has a variety of pizza sizes ranging from 8 inches to 20 inches. These delicious pizzas are available at a reasonable price, so the customers can enjoy them without breaking the bank. This pizza place also serves salads, wings, and sandwiches in case you are not that interested in pizzas. So, whether you are a pizza fan or not, you can always make a stop at this restaurant after a long day of hiking around Bigfork.

Bullman’s Wood Fired Pizza

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This exceptional pizza place has four branches located in different cities of Montana. It is located in Helena, Kalispell, Bozeman, and Billings. The pizzeria likes to keep it traditional by baking their pizzas in a wood-fired oven. Because of this, the pizzas have an unparalleled taste since wood-fired ovens have a quick cooking time, which helps retain the original flavor and nutrients of the ingredients used.

Bullman’s Wood Fired Pizza serves fresh medium and large pizzas each day with their signature red sauce. If you happen to be in any of these four cities, make sure to grab a bite at Bullman’s Wood Fired Pizza to enjoy a delicious meal!

Moose’s Saloon

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Moose’s Saloon is known for serving delicious pizzas in Kalispell. This pizza place has been in business for over 60 years. It is the perfect relaxing spot for anyone visiting Kalispell as Moose’s Saloon also serves beer and wine.

It is one of the most common places in Flathead Valley and is known for its gourmet pizzas. It also serves sandwiches, soups, and salads for you to enjoy. Moose’s Saloon also has an option of gluten-free crust for just 5 USD, making it an ideal spot for people with celiac disease.

So, remember to visit Moose’s Saloon to make great memories while savoring tasty pizza and chugging down a cold beer.

Biga Pizza

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Bob Marshall’s Biga Pizza is the favorite pizzeria of the residents of Missoula. Whenever someone visits this city located along the Clark Fork River, they try to make time to stop by at Biga Pizza. The pizza restaurant uses a brick lane oven to provide the best flavors in their pizzas that have the customers begging for more.

Their secret is that they use fresh and seasonal ingredients in all their pizzas. They keep the pizza-making traditional, yet the pizzas are unique in taste. The pizzas are 12 inches or 16 inches in size, making them perfect for a large group of friends or family members. They also offer vegan and vegetarian options to choose from. A 12-inch gluten-free crust is also available.

It is located in Historic Downtown Missoula and is a short walk away from many tourist attractions like the Missoula Art Museum, Radius Gallery, and Missoula Public Library. Because of its location, it is the ideal place to come to after spending a day in this culturally rich city.

Colombo’s Pizza and Pasta

If you are a fan of authentic Italian cuisine and happen to be visiting Bozeman, trust us; you are in for a treat! Colombo’s Pizza and Pasta cooks their food with only quality ingredients, and that is why it is a popular choice among residents and tourists alike.

The place serves exceptional pizza and pasta, making it the perfect restaurant for dining with your family. This restaurant is not only known for the best food, but their fantastic customer service is also highly appreciated!

Colombo’s has specialty pizzas and also has an option of making your own pizza. The restaurant also serves beer and wine to its customers. If you want to have a taste of traditional Italian cuisine, you need to pay a visit to this restaurant.

Red Lodge Pizza Co.

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Red Lodge Pizza Co. was founded in 1996 in the town of Red Lodge in Montana. It has been a town’s favorite since then. The pizzeria serves fresh hand-tossed pizzas crafted on stone slabs. If you want to spend some quality time with your family, then Red Lodge Pizza Co. is the place for you! The restaurant has a kids’ menu and also serves ice cream, making it the best possible choice for people of all ages. Red Lodge Pizza Co. welcomes you wholeheartedly and ensures that you spend the time of your life while enjoying exquisite food at a reasonable price.

Howard’s Pizza Villa

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If you are in Missoula and are in the mood to enjoy some good quality thin-crusted pizza, then you are in luck, Because Howard’s Pizza Villa is just the place for you. This pizzeria has freshly baked pizzas ranging from 8 inches to 16 inches in size.

Their doughs are topped with the finest ingredients and a homemade pizza sauce. They are overloaded with cheese so that every bite that you take is a cheesy delight. At Howard’s Pizza Villa, you can create your own pizza by choosing the toppings and sauces. You can also have calzones that are made with equally delicious ingredients.

Howard’s Pizza has a cozy and casual atmosphere and is an excellent place for group hangouts and family nights! The staff is friendly, and you are guaranteed to have a memorable experience.

Final Thoughts

Everyone loves a great pizza and these Montana masterpieces won’t disappoint! The state has tons of options for a delicious pizza, and we have mentioned a few of the best ones here. So that next time you visit Montana, make sure you pay a visit to one (or all!) of the pizza spots on our list.

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About The Author

Rebecca Hanlon

Rebecca has been a travel blogger and editor for over 5 years, working with some of the biggest brands in industry. She’s taught English as a foreign language in 5 different countries, and her most fulfilling role was as a tour guide around some of Europe’s finest vineyards. She the one behind the social channels here at Discovering Montana, whilst also finding the time to perform an assistant editor role.

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