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March 28, 2006
From journal Snowshoe, West Virginia - Spring Break '06
July 21, 2005
All the pizza is cooked in a fire-brick oven, and you can really taste the difference. In addition to the traditional types of pizza, they have an assortment of specialty flavors. We settled for a Hawaiian pizza and were very happy with it. The crust was nice and crispy on the outside, but not to the point of being hard. They do not skimp on the toppings, and there was a top of cheese. The sauce doesn’t overpower the pizza. Overall, it was a great pizza.
If you are not in the mood for pizza, they also have a variety of sandwiches, pastas, and salads. They all looked fabulous when they came out of the kitchen! All their portions are fairly large, but if you have been skiing for a few hours, you will have no problem consuming it all.
The restaurant is just steps away from one of the main runs and you just leave your skis/snowboard outside. The smell beckoned us in everyday and we just couldn’t resist it. The décor inside is nice and airy. Everything was done in light colors, and there were windows all the way down. Anyway that you look you will get a wonderful view of either the town or the ski hill. I would suggest looking for one along the ski hillside. They have the ski school just a few yards down, and that way you are able to watch them while you eat (sometimes quite a show). They have traditional tables as well as higher bar stool-like tables, and both are comfortable.
The wait wasn’t long at all, and the service couldn’t have been better. Everyone was very nice, polite, and welcoming. The food came out very fast, but they don’t hurry you are all. This is good because several hours of skiing can really make you work up an appetite.
This is a great place to go for lunch when you are skiing all day. It is close, very reasonably priced, and the food is good!.
From journal Spring Break Skiing
February 7, 2005
From journal Snowshoe Vacation
Raleigh, North Carolina
January 14, 2004
Cheat Mountain Pizza Company offers several unique pizzas along with traditional favorites. If pizza’s not what you’re craving, the restaurant also offers a variety of pastas and salads. The wait for a table at Cheat Mountain Pizza tends to be shorter than those at most of the other full service restaurants in the resort’s village. If you’d rather not wait at all, you can call ahead your order, pick up your pizza, and take it back to your lodge room.
From journal Snow Skiier's Guide to WV