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Pizza Pie Cafe
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Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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751 Fort Union Blvd Midvale, UT 84047
751 Fort Union BlvdUSUTMidvale84047
Pizza RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday Closed
Our unlimited buffet has 14 types of homemade pizza and 6 dessert pizzas. Come try our unlimited salad and pasta bar. We offer 12 types of pasta with 6 homemade sauces. Lunch is only $7.25 and dinner $8.25. Kids start @ $2.49.

Watch your favorite sporting event on one of our 4 HDTV's. We have a separate area that can seat up to 60 people. Great place to celebrate birthdays, school events or business meetings.
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Brad Nielson
reviewed 2 months ago
this is not all you can eat... I went here on January 29th 2014. after eating two pizzas I was informed by a manager ( a short Hispanic male) that if I wanted to continue eating I needed to pay again. they were out of black olives & the restaurant was filthy. yet there were only two other customers in the hole restaurant, so it wasnt messy because they were busy. it was messy because they are lazy
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Denise Chao
reviewed a month ago
Pizza was ok, atmosphere was so-so, bathrooms were disgusting! They smelled so bad after eating a few slices I wanted to throw up..made me also lose my appetite. For what it costs you can go to a way better place. And cleaner..thumbs down to this place 👎
Joshua Mcevoy
reviewed 6 months ago
Good food and nice atmosphere. Nice employees as well. Great family place, kids will love it.
Brandon Pearce
reviewed a month ago
When I walked in i was not greeted the associate was all over the place cleaning goofing off and not really helping anyone just was worrying about themselves. The floor was a mess pizza toppings all over the place the tables were dirty also the employees eating ware they serve food. I would not go back I would say the pizza was good and has a great variety. However, the experience i had was not that great would not recommend this place to anyone.
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reviewed 8 months ago
One of my kids favorites. I am not a fan of buffets like Chuckarama but this place has good food, love the pasta bar and the desert pizzas are way fun. Oh more great thing...they have diet Dr. Pepper.
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Val Afualo Conway
reviewed 10 months ago
Who are we kidding? This is a more expensive Planet Play without the video games. Same salad bar, same pasta bar, same basic pizza. The pasta bar has 6-7 sauces instead of Planet Play's 2, the pizza is marginally better, the salad bar is exactly the same. Pizza Pie Cafe has better tasting and more exotic pizzas, but doesn't have Planet Play's baked potato bar, nor their ice cream machine or chocolate chip cookies. Also drinks are not included; add the $1.79 cost for a drink to your basic $8.50 pizza buffet charge, and it costs more than Planet Play's basic $8.99 cost including drinks. I didn't have their pizza desserts, but was told they taste great, especially the apple cobbler thingey. I'd recommend this place to: People with a lot of hungry kids. Everyone fills up for about two bucks less than Chuckarama.(No drinks). I'd also recommend this place if you want to limit your spending because if you take them to Planet Play, the kids will whine six ways to Sunday until you spring for a few video game plays. Like all good Utah buffets, the soda dispenser includes Diet Dr Pepper. Ahhhhhhhh.
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