Marko’s Pizza has been serving great local pizza and pasta for 25 years
Established in 1994, Marko’s has been serving great local pizza and pasta for nigh on 25 years. It’s a name that is recognized up and down this valley — a name that is synonymous with awesome Italian cuisine and lively local character.
Old skis and snowboards adorn the walls, accented with vintage Budweiser posters, black-and-white photographs and local paintings — ski-country decor collected over the decades — articles of the community and the culture.
One of Marko’s trademark specialties is the first item you’ll encounter on the menu: their house garlic knots. Made from Marko’s signature dough, drenched in garlic and twisted for a little extra flavor flair, they are a mouthwatering treat. And the Old School Pasta choices are a mix and match paradise for noodle enthusiasts with various sauce options. If you’re trying to keep things easy, though, check out the baked pasta dishes — that’s where you’ll find old favorites like the chicken parmesan, lasagna and ravioli.
But, the star of the Marko’s Pizza menu is, naturally, the pizza. Hand-tossed and garnished with fresh toppings, they arrive beautifully oven-blistered and bubbling with cheesy glory. Try any number of the house specialty pizzas, like the Supreme, the Popeye Pie or delicious Greek pizza — a spectacle of olives, artichokes and spinach piled high and generously peppered with olive oil, feta and mozzarella cheeses.
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