Business Q & A: Sierra Pizza
Locally owned and operated pizza parlor. We serve the best and largest pizza in Tahoe. We also have calzones, hot subs, salads and appetizers, all made to order with fresh house-made dough, healthy California vegetables, premium meats from Carson City and locally sourced bread and pizza sauce.
We carry a variety of great beer and wine matched to our menu offerings. HDTV for the game. Wi-Fi for school or work. The fast lunch for only $6 – a huge slice, salad and drink. We offer more-than-reasonable catering to events across the South Shore – big and small – whether at the college, Forest Service, schools, ski areas, birthdays, office meeting /parties, you name it.
New Hampshire. We opened the business for two primary reasons. First, to offer the South Shore something that we think is desperately needed: A reliable and reasonable place to eat out and watch the game with friends and family. Second, to work where we live and play.
More than 10 years in the culinary industry and business background in Tahoe.
The size, quality and consistency of our products and service, and our community-based professionalism, sets us apart from any pizza parlor in Tahoe and the Sierra. All of the Basin can enjoy something a lot of people have been looking for and are making happen. We are better riders than other pizza parlor owners and staff, as well.
We’ve proven that locals love us (Thanks for all the support!), and you are the lifeblood of our business. We deliver and seat local and regional professionals at the parlor and deliver at home or to office, ski bums and sports fans and tourists from around the world with whom we are happy to share Tahoe and the Sierra.
Continue to make the best pizza in California – the stuff we grew up on.
Sierra Pizza is committed to our South Shore community, and is stoked to be in business in such an awesome place.
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