Banff Pizza Guide: Where to Go for Heavenly Pizza in 2023

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It’s probably the most popular food in Banff: Pizza. There are seven dedicated pizza restaurants in town, and then there are four Italian restaurants that also serve pizza. Are you in for a copious dinner with melted cheese, luscious dough with a rich sauce and any toppings you can think of? Then this guide is for you.

Banff has more than one hundred restaurants (see the post the ultimate guide to Restaurants in Banff), some high-end, some are in-between and, sure, there’s lots of fast food as well.

But sometimes you don’t want to eat typical fast food and yet not spend too much on eating out. What better choice than munching on a delicious pizza for dinner? 

Below I listed all the Banff pizza places and what to expect. You’ll also find a handy table including the address, whether the restaurant has gluten-free options and more. Indulge!

Banff’s Pizza Places

In the table below I neatly served up all the necessary information about the pizza joints and restaurants I described below. The ratings are all derived from Google.

The criterion I used is 100 ratings or more. Only Pizza Pizza has no rating mentioned as there were fewer than 100 ratings on Google when I compiled this table.  

Aardvark Pizza & Sub3.5$304a Caribou Street+1 403 – 762 5500
Boston Pizza3.8$$225 Banff Avenue #201+1 403 – 762 2192
Carlito’s Pizzaria4.0$501 Banff Avenue+1 403 – 762 3388
Domino’s Pizza3.9$314 Marten Street+1 403 – 760 3330
High Rollers4.5$$110 Banff Avenue+1 403 – 762 2695
Meatball Pizza & Pasta3.7$$337 Banff Avenue+1 403 – 762 3667
Pizza Pizza $302 Lynx Street+1 587 – 883 9111
Una Pizza + Wine Banff4.5$$202 Caribou Street+1 403 – 453 1183
LUPO Italian Ristorante & Patio4.4 $$208 Wolf Street #201+1 403 – 985 9180
Pacini Banff4.1$$345 Banff Avenue+1 403-760-8580
Bear Street Tavern4.5$$211 Bear Street+1 403 – 762 2021
Pizza restaurants & Italian restaurants that serve pizza in Banff.

Aardvark Pizza & Sub

Probably the most famous pizza place in town. Aardvark Pizza & Sub has been around for decades and is known for its amazing pizzas, subs, tacos and poutine. It’s conveniently located at Caribou Street, edging Banff Avenue, right in the middle of town.

It has the classics, like Margherita, Pepperoni and the Hawai pizza. And then there are pizzas with illustrious names like Frank’s Donair Pie, Veganator, Acropolis and Aardvark. 

The latter is the house’s specialty, of course. With ingredients like Italian tomato sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushroom, green pepper, tomato, onion and black olive, absolutely a pizza you should try. Of course you can also build your own. Oh, and you can buy your pizza by the slice here

This colorful place oozes passion for the yummy food they produce. Dining in is not really possible, except for the stools near the wall shelf. But in summer, Aardvark has a nice patio that allows you to eat your pizza on the spot.  

They take the last pizza delivery call at 3 am. In case you get hungry in the middle of the night… 

Cheapest pizza: CAD 10.25
Most expensive pizza: CAD 30.18
(prices exclude extra toppings)

7 days a week: 10 am – 3.30 am

Boston Pizza

A famous pizza formula at the second floor of 225 Banff Avenue. Who hasn’t eaten a pizza at Boston’s once in their life? Located in the middle of Banff’s shopping district, this joint is an excellent place to sit down and grab a quick bite to satisfy even the biggest hunger. 

In case you don’t know, their extensive menu offers much more than just pizza. Burgers, fries, pasta, sandwiches, bowls and salads are all there for you to order.

Cool thing about this Boston Pizza franchise is that it’s also a sports bar. Big and cozy at the same time, right above the Banff Avenue Mall. So if you have some time to spare, want to eat and watch your favorite sports game while enjoying free wifi, this is the place to be.  

Cheapest pizza: CAD 11.99
Most expensive pizza: CAD 15.99
(prices exclude extra toppings)

Sunday – Thursday: 11 am – 10 pm
Friday – Saturday: 11 am – 12 am

Carlito’s Pizzaria

Located a bit further northeast on Banff Avenue, it’s the pizza place that serves the hungry folks from the hotels and b&bs near Tunnel Mountain. It’s a hidden gem, located in the Banff Inn hotel. Besides pizza, you can also get pasta, burgers, appetizers, salads, poutine and desserts at Carlito’s Pizzaria. 

At Carlito’s, they know to make them pizzas. There have a whopping 26 different ones on their menu. You can dine in at this cozy place, but takeaway is also possible. Speaking of which: They pride themselves on their free delivery without hidden fees. 

Cheapest pizza: CAD 15.95
Most expensive pizza: CAD 22.95
(prices exclude extra toppings)

7 days a week: 5pm – 11 pm

Domino’s Pizza

Like Boston Pizza, you’ll know exactly what you’ll get at Domino’s Pizza. It’s the biggest of the three franchises on this list, and probably for good reason. Their choice is big and the prices are low. It is conveniently located at the backside of the Cascade Mall. 

It has all the proven pizza classics like Pepperoni, Hawai and BBQ Chicken on the menu. But also the meat lovers’ dream Meatzza, the scrumptious Extravanganzza and the yummy Chicken Bacon Alfredo.

Unfortunately, there’s no dining in here, but if you want to make sure you get the takeout pizza you love, this is the place for you. And of course there’s the build your own option as well, to make sure your pizza has everything you crave. 

Cheapest pizza: CAD 10.99
Most expensive pizza: CAD 22.99 
(prices are excluding extra toppings)

7 days a week: 11 am -11 pm

High Rollers

Pizza and fun times at High Rollers in Banff. Foto: High Rollers

Wanna combine bowling with eating pizza? At High Rollers, you can do just that. This extraordinary joint at Banff Avenue is the perfect place to spend some lovely leisure time at night. Bowl, eat, drink, have fun. 

Of course they have all kinds of other foods on the menu, with starters like fries, BNP wings, and onion rings, but they also serve burgers and salads. 

Regarding their pizzas: they come from a huge brick oven, producing finger-licking pizza products like the Godfather, Big Bird and Wheeler Hut. If that’s a bit too extravagant to your liking, not to worry. You can also order a good old pizza Margherita or a pizza Hawaii. 

Also good to know: High Rollers has a highly active staff that organizes trivia nights, puts on live music every now and then, holds Monday Pint Manias and Australia weekends to make the Aussie temporary workers feel a bit at home, and more. Oh, and they also have group packages with bowling and dining, just so you know. 

Cheapest pizza: CAD 20
Most expensive pizza: CAD 25

(prices exclude extra toppings)

Monday – Friday: 4 pm – 2 am
Saturday – Sunday: 12 pm – 2 am

Meatball Pizza & Pasta

Located inside the Banff Ptarmigan Inn, you’ll find Meatball Pizza & Pasta. Dine-in, take out, whatever pleases you the most. Yet another pizza place located on Banff Avenue. Like Carlito’s Pizzaria, it’s a bit further northeast at Banff’s most fun avenue. 

At this restaurant, your pizza comes from an impressive Stone Hearth Oven. It produces its own pizzas, with outstanding names like The Big Kahuna, Capone and Don Gambino. Go check them out and treat yourself to a pizza you’ve never eaten before.

Craving pasta? Meatball Pizza & Pasta has lots of options, with sweet Italian names that add to the taste. What to think of Wild Mushroom Gnocchi?

Cheapest pizza: CAD 19
Most expensive pizza: CAD 20
(prices exclude extra toppings)

Sunday – Thursday: 4 pm – 9 pm
Friday – Saturday: 4 pm – 10 pm

Pizza Pizza

Most Canadians are familiar with Pizza Pizza as there’s one in every single town (or so it seems). Americans or people from other countries might want to try it out as Pizza Pizza is an exclusive Canadian franchise. Expect more of a fast-food vibe here, just like Domino’s and, to a lesser extent, Boston Pizza. 

It serves the famous wrapped Calzone pizza, among many others. This pizza place is the cheapest in Banff. It’s situated on Lynx Street, a bit further away from the center area, but as Banff is very compact, it’s still close to Banff Avenue. You can dine in and take out your pizza. Whatever pleases you. Try it out if you don’t want to shell out too much money and you absolutely crave pizza.

Cheapest pizza: CAD 9.19
Most expensive pizza: CAD 16.79
(prices exclude extra toppings)

7 days a week: 11 am – 12 pm

Una Pizza + Wine Banff

Want to eat pizza and drink wine? Una Pizza + Wine Banff is an excellent choice. Not because of their name, but because they live up to the promise their name holds. The restaurant is conveniently located in the modest Town Centre Mall on Caribou Street.

Una Pizza + Wine is part of a franchise formula with several restaurants in Calgary and one in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

This pizza joint has a cool selection of twelve pizzas for you to choose from, including the Margherita and Pepperoni. They also have a local pizza, aptly called the Banff Ave pizza, which comes with smoked bacon, fennel sausage, smoked mozzarella, maple syrup (!), and cracked pepper. For sure gotta try that one!

They also have lots of other Italian dishes, so if you don’t want pizza you should be able to find something else you like.

COOL: All their food is available gluten-free! You pay an additional CAD 3.50 for a gluten free crust. And for an additional CAD 5.00 you can get your pizza with NUMU vegan cheese.

Cheapest pizza: CAD 20
Most expensive pizza: CAD 27

7 days a week: 11.30 am – 10 pm

LUPO Italian Ristorante & Patio

The interior of LUPO in the center of the town of Banff with a big food booth in the middle of the room and dining tables along the windows
Photo: LUPO Italian Ristorante

Conveniently located in Wolf Street in downtown Banff, LUPO Italian Ristorante & Patio is an excellent choice if you crave pizza. It’s located at the second floor and their menu boasts five pizzas like the Classic Pepperoni and the pizza Margherita.

They also serve a pizza with the rather sinister name of Uncle Morty. It comes with white sauce, mortadella, pistachios, fontina, truffle honey. Although I must admit I haven’t personally tried it, it seems like a pizza worth trying!

By the way, if you’re company doesn’t fancy pizza, this restaurant has lots of other mouthwatering Italian dishes.

LUPO Italian Ristorante & Patio is conveniently located across Banff’s movie theater Lux Cinema. I’d say: One and one is two!

Cheapest pizza: CAD 22
Most expensive pizza: CAD 26

Sunday – Friday: 4:30 pm – 9 pm
Saturday: 4 pm – 9 pm

Pacini Banff

This restaurant is situated in the Moose Hotel & Suites on Banff Avenue, at a stone’s throw of the town’s shopping district. Pacini is a large Canadian franchise formula that serves its visitors all kinds of Italian food and pizza.

Their menu contains no less than 9 pizzas, so choice aplenty. Pacini serves the well-known Meat Lover’s pizza and the Pomodoro e Formaggio, but also a more exotic one: Duck Confit, with honey, green and red onions, pizza mozzarella cheese. Yummm!

COOL: All their food has gluten-free options!

Cheapest pizza: CAD 23
Most expensive pizza: CAD 27

Sunday – Thursday: 7 am – 10 pm
Friday – Saturday: 7 am – 11 pm

Bear Street Tavern

A pizza o a brown pizza platter, seen overhead at the Bear Street Tavern in Banff
Photo: Bear Street Tavern

The name of this pizza joint doesn’t necessarily imply you can pop in for some fingerlickin’ good pizzas. But lo and behold: You can! Located in Bear Street (duh!), this place offers all kinds of bar food like chicken wings and pulled pork nachos, salads, and yes, lots of pizzas! Eleven kinds, to be exact.

They have interesting names like the Double-Double, The Big Bird, and The Godfather. In case you wanna know the ingredients of the ominous sounding last one: prosciutto, confit garlic, olives, herbed panko, truffle oil, grana padano, mozzarella, and arugula. Sounds tasty if you ask me!

COOL: All their pizzas are available gluten-free! You pay an additional CAD 4.50 for a gluten free crust. And for an additional CAD 5.00 you can get your pizza with vegan cheese.

Cheapest pizza: CAD 21
Most expensive pizza: CAD 25.75

7 days a week:
11.30 am – 9 pm

Fancy a delicious ice cream after a pizza? Check out the post about where to get ice cream in the town of Banff.

Where to Find Banff’s Pizza Restaurants?

All restaurants discussed in this post you’ll find in the map below.

Not sure about pizza? Check The Ultimate Guide to Restaurants in Banff for the many options you have.

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