We stopped by the Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company after hiking through Grotto Canyon at the suggestion of a local. The interior of the restaurant is rather small, some would say it is "quaint" or "intimate" but it is a small room. It would have been nice to eat outdoors but the weather did not allow it.
The pizzas were quite good. My wife ordered the Classic Pizza and my son had the Fig & Brie. The Classic had a great crust and excellent toppings. The Fig & Brie was another story. One would think the predominant flavors would be fig and brie cheese but they are not. When the waiter put the pizza down on our table I thought he had made a mistake. This really should be called the Smoked Bison pizza!! That was the main flavor of this pizza. Honestly, you would expect the brie and fig jam would be the predominant flavors but in this instance they were not. Someone should tweak this recipe a bit, that or rename the thing!
I did not have a chance to sample the beer selection but it appears they have a good selection of beers on tap and some daily specials. We did try the soda from Grizzly Paw and you have to try the Cream Soda. Not too sweet and not overly carbonated. Good thing refills are free because one glass did not hit the spot.
We sat close to the wood fired oven and if you don't care for the smell of a wood fire, then ask to be seated elsewhere. We did not mind and I enjoyed watching the pizza baker work his craft. It is uncanny how he knew when to pull the pizzas out of the oven.
I do have a couple of quibbles with this restaurant. First, the room is loud to begin with. Blasting rock at a painful volume does not help matters. This is a pizzeria, not a night club! Also, the service was interesting. One waitress took our drink order and then proceeded to have lunch at the bar. Another waitress came with our drinks and never returned to our table. A third waitress came to take our pizza order. Finally, the manager was the one who brought the food to our table. Maybe we caught the restaurant at a shift change but four different people to handle a party of three. Not a good thing.