: On Friday, July 22, 2016 we stopped in and had the Papa G’s The Works pizza. The wait staff were friendly and helpful, and the place has a nice little patio out front, where you can sip a drink while waiting for your pizza. The menu features some Italian dishes, and for any pizza you order, you can convert that to a calzone. The place has a bar, if you are so inclined, and there is a section with a television; but off to the back, so as not to interfere with families eating in the main dining area. The pizza arrived in about 15 minutes, hot and very tasty. I would recommend this place if you are looking for a good pizza pie.
Previously TJs was Tonys Pizzaria
|FOOD:|| ||I am giving this place four stars for the food. I liked the pizza, but my husband said, “This is the best pizzas I’ve had in Teton Valley”. Coming from the man that makes his own custom pizzas, that deserves an extra star. The pizza was not greasy, the flavor was good, and the dough seemed fresh and homemade. It arrived hot, and ready to be eaten.|
|Price:|| ||TJ’s prices are a bit higher than some other pizza spots, but offer freshly made pizzas, with fresh ingredients. For our pizza, including tax, the price was almost $25.00 for one pie. That is high for the valley.|
|Ambience:|| ||The ambience is pretty good, but nothing special. The patio out front is alright but basically the place did not have the a/c on and felt warm on this mid-summer day. The wall are adorned with some pictures, but not exploiting the western vibe of Teton Valley as much as they could. The kitchen being so close to the dining room might have contributed to the warm feeling inside. But, here in Teton Valley, the extra warmth could be a plus during the long winter|
|Service:|| ||The service was good, people seemed happy, and everyone was enjoying their food. The main room is very close to the kitchen, but no one seemed to mind.|