After a long day of hiking in Joshua tree we had taken showers at coyote corner and then headed over for pizza. How surprised we were to find it was so delicious! I cannot consume gluten and their GF pepperoni pizza was one of the...More
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Shared a 16in half "the Parms" w/roasted chicken and half "Caprese" pizza and had 4 slices left over (shared between 1 average size male and 1 petite female). It was super good after a day spent trekking around the park! They told us it would...More
A friend recommended that I stop at Pie for the People on my way to Joshua Tree National Park. It's easy to miss but fortunately I had looked up the address and it is near the turn-off to the entrance to Joshua Tree National Park....More
Their pizza is good but the salads need refinement. The portions are large but the presentation is not that good. I was kind of horrified when 2 customers or friends of the staff walked in with 2 baby goats and everyone was petting them! Not...More
Not much to pick from in the area so we decided to go here for takeout. The service is great and the pizza (Greek) was good with lots of toppings. They have outdoor seating out back and some table inside. We'd go back again.
This place was packed when we stopped after our visit to Joshua Tree NP. Since we were in a hurry we just grabbed one of the slices of the veggie pizza that they had available & were very happy with both the portion size &...More
We stopped in after a great hike in the park. They have a great selection of precooked pizza's. We selected a few slices that were immediately reheated and delivered piping hot to our table. The slices are VERY generous. I would estimate one slice is...More
This is one of the best pizzas I have ever tasted. I travel all over the country we live about 50 miles away but anytime I can get close enough to order a pie. I'm telling you I have had several of the awesome choices...More
We stopped in for lunch one day while visiting Joshua Tree National Park. The pizza was great! Right along the main highway in town, very close to the NP Visitor Center.