Village Inn Pizza Parlor Menu

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Diabetics at Village Inn

Village Inn is a tough place for diabetics, and you must be extra cautious while ordering food at the Village Inn, especially if you're a diabetic. The food items low in sodium are high in sugar or cholesterol at Village Inn which makes it difficult for diabetics to choose the right food at the diner.

Foods to Avoid at Village Inn for Diabetics

Village Inn offers very few items edible for diabetics without any threat. You can avoid sandwiches and burgers at Village Inn and try the light breakfast items on the menu. You must also skip the shakes as well as other juices from the beverage menu. Almost all the dinner items on the menu are high in sodium except Grilled Tilapia and 6 oz. Top Sirloin & Toast. Avoid Soup bowls and opt for cups instead at Village Inn.

Food Suggestions for Diabetics at Village Inn

2 Egg Low-Cholesterol Egg Substitute Omelette with Part-Skim Mozzarella

Nutritional Facts: 220 calories, 15g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 5g), 490mg sodium, 2g carbs, 1g sugar, 0g fiber, 21g Protein

Toast, Rye

Nutritional Facts: 350 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 440mg sodium, 50g carbs, 2g sugar, 4g fiber, 10g Protein

Toast, Sourdough

Nutritional Facts: 330 calories, 10g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 560mg sodium, 48g carbs, 1g sugar, 2g fiber, 10g Protein

1/2 Waffle

Nutritional Facts: 260 calories, 13g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 4.5g), 460mg sodium, 26g carbs, 1g sugar, 0g fiber, 5g Protein

Fresh Fruits

Nutritional Facts: 30 calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 7g carbs, 6g sugar, 1g fiber, 0g Protein

Country Potatoes

Nutritional Facts: 420 calories, 25g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 3g), 180mg sodium, 45g carbs, 0g sugar, 5g fiber, 5g Protein

Seasoned French Fries (Sides)

Nutritional Facts: 370 calories, 3g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 270mg sodium, 34g carbs, 0g sugar, 3g fiber, 3g Protein

Hot Tea

Nutritional Facts: 0 calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

High Blood Pressure at Village Inn

If you are concerned about high blood pressure, then you must try food items from the kid's menu at Village Inn as most food items on their regular menu are high in sodium. However, you can always bet on salads for rescue. Instead of dining alone, you can visit the Village Inn in groups to keep the sodium intake in check.

Foods to Avoid at Village Inn for High Blood Pressure

Avoid Sausage Links & Eggs, Sausage Patties & Eggs, Biscuit & Gravy with Eggs, 6 oz. Top Sirloin Eggs, Ham Steak & Eggs, Egg Benedict, and Country Benedict from Village Inn's breakfast menu. It is also recommended to skip the Skillet options at Village Inn for its high sodium content. Among the omelets, avoid Denver Omelette, Country Music Star Omelette, and French Spinach & Bacon Omelette. You must also skip Sandwiches and All-World Double Cheeseburger every time you visit Village Inn.

Food Suggestions for High Blood Pressure at Village Inn

Quaker® Oatmeal Plain

Nutritional Facts: 220 calories, 4.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1g), 10mg sodium, 37g carbs, 1g sugar, 5g fiber, 8g Protein

Toast, White

Nutritional Facts: 270 calories, 10g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 400mg sodium, 34g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 6g Protein

English Muffin

Nutritional Facts: 170 calories, 2.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 380mg sodium, 30g carbs, 1g sugar, 2g fiber, 6g Protein

2 Pieces French Toast

Nutritional Facts: 260 calories, 10g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 3g), 350mg sodium, 32g carbs, 8g sugar, 1g fiber, 11g Protein

Fresh Fruits

Nutritional Facts: 30 calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 7g carbs, 6g sugar, 1g fiber, 0g Protein

Country Potatoes

Nutritional Facts: 420 calories, 25g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 3g), 180mg sodium, 45g carbs, 0g sugar, 5g fiber, 5g Protein

Side Salad (no dressing)

Nutritional Facts: 30 calories, 0.5g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 50mg sodium, 6g carbs, 2g sugar, 1g fiber, 1g Protein

Hot Tea

Nutritional Facts: 0 calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

High Cholesterol at Village Inn

Most items served at Village are made up of eggs, bacon, chicken, or steak. Hence, these food items are often high in cholesterol. You can try the salad items, juices, or light breakfast items from the menu to keep the cholesterol in check. You can also try food from the kid's menu to ensure that you consume fewer calories than usual.

Foods to Avoid at Village Inn for High Cholesterol

You must skip burgers and sandwiches at the Village Inn as these items are very high in cholesterol. You should also avoid the Garden Salads menu at Village Inn except for Southwest Salad, lunch size. You can order all the soups, but you must avoid Tomato Basil Bowl and Wisconsin Cheese Bowl. Almost everything on the dinner menu is also high in cholesterol and must be avoided. Also, skip shakes at Village Inn.

Food Suggestions to Maintain Cholesterol Level at Village Inn

2 Egg White Omelette with Part-Skim Mozzarella

Nutritional Facts: 200 calories, 13g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 5g), 360mg sodium, 2g carbs, 1g sugar, 0g fiber, 20g Protein

Toast, Wheat

Nutritional Facts: 350 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 2.5g), 540mg sodium, 50g carbs, 6g sugar, 4g fiber, 10g Protein

Fresh Coleslaw

Nutritional Facts: 140 calories, 11g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 1.5g), 260mg sodium, 10g carbs, 9g sugar, 1g fiber, 1g Protein

2 Buttermilk Pancakes

Nutritional Facts: 210 calories, 10g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 3.5g), 440mg sodium, 24g carbs, 6g sugar, 0g fiber, 4g Protein

Fresh Fruits

Nutritional Facts: 30 calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 7g carbs, 6g sugar, 1g fiber, 0g Protein

Hot Tea

Nutritional Facts: 0 calories, 0g (Tans. Fat 0g & Sat. Fat 0g), 0mg sodium, 0g carbs, 0g sugar, 0g fiber, 0g Protein

  • Allie W.

    Ate lunch. They had a personal pizza with one topping and a salad for the lunch special which was the perfect amount. They served the food quickly and the crust was excellent. they have a salad bar so get your own salad. I just wish they had more salad toppings to choose from. I would definitely eat there for lunch again, if they had a similar special running.

  • Kristin S.

    This place looks and feels like you're walking into an episode of the Brady Bunch. I loved the old walls, carpet, tables, and decor. The pizza is thin and crispy and they also don't skimp on toppings. It came out pretty fast too and had good flavor. They do have thick crust, but didn't try it. They have good happy hour specials on beer during the week. They have video games for he kids to play too. Only bad thing I found was it's really hot in there, probably due to the pizza oven, which is understandable.

  • Emma M.

    I went there with a group of friends, there were three pizzas one of the girls got a piece from one and she found a hair, after that I was cautious and scared so I got a slice from the other pizza, took a bite and then I found a hair too! Seriously? That is disgusting!

  • Steve L.

    Saving grace was the excellent pizza. The restaurant was the absolutely filthy. Pizza crusts and trash everywhere. The kitchen did not look any better. Worn out chairs and carpet complete the disaster. Probably best for take out.

  • Sarah J.

    I placed an order for pick up and the girl said it would take 15 minutes. I get there and I have to wait for them to start making the pizza because they misplaced my order. Really?? I asked for a manager and I was told he was busy. FYI they use canned mushrooms. I liked the thin crispy crust of the pizza but I refuse to give my business to an establishment that provides terrible service!

  • Carrie K.

    Love the food here my favorite is the Ortega beef sandwich and I love their salads I have been going here since I was a kid the people are very friendly and the food is always top notch well worth waiting 30 minutes for head on down and check it well worth it in my opinion.

  • Ana U.

    Love the pizza! Thin & crunchy crust, tasty toppings. I just wish they wouldn't have changed the salad bar. The new ranch is not very good.

  • Veronica M.

    This place is horrible. The worst place ever. Food is bad. People are racist and rude. Pizza especially is just crap.customer service sucks. Run !!! This place needs to close down. I'd rather eat a frozen pizza !!! People who work there are dumb as rocks. And that's sugar coating it!!,,,

  • Alissa g.

    I try to come here when I'm in Yuma, whether its to dine in or take out on my way back to Phoenix. The food is a little on the pricey side, the staff isn't very friendly, and they never have any type of specials... But the pizza is good and I really like the thin crispy crust.

  • Britini R.

    Seriously awesome. Also serious nostalgia. Beer and pizza and noisy kids. Blue Moon on tap. Good portions. Yum. I try to hit this place up whenever I'm in town.

  • Taija B.

    I like the atmosphere the pizza is thin crusted the way it should be. Beer and fun you can bring the kids too. Not the best but not the worse. We need to patronize small local businesses like this...

  • Sean H.

    It's like that backwoods scenery where they filmed the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. This is a quick review because my stay at this locale didn't last long. I came here with my brother when we were looking for a new place to eat at. We walked in and were greeted with stares. Both from the staff at the counter and the people eating there. Just stares. Were we in the wrong place? Were we unwelcome here? Was this a bad time? Any time I enter a building and am merely stared at, I'm going to feel like I'm in the wrong place. The place was old and dirty looking. I usually like places with a little history, even if it looks dated, but this place resembled the interior design for a scene from a slasher flick. We honestly thought the place might have been owned by someone in the KKK, which would make sense. The place looks/smells like the inside of a shoe, the people working there are about as smart as a pile of rocks, and about as useful as a dirty diaper. After reviewing the menu quickly, we turned around and left without ordering anything. Oh, and the five star review below mine proclaiming how great this place is? It's very obviously the manager trying to "correct" some of the information provided by people who actually ate here. Avoid. Avoid. Avoid.

  • Brow Z.

    Don't walk, RUN away from this place!!!! The service is terrible, the Pizza (if you can call it pizza) is worse. Stopped in for a quick Pizza, Parking lot was empty, restaurant only had 1 customer in it at 6pm on a Saturday night. THIS SHOULD OF BEEN A RED FLAG WARNING, but ordered pizza, after waiting 35 mins for pizza went to counter and asked how long??? OH sorry we forgot to make it... Should of left right then, but not being in a hurry I decided to wait, (Big Mistake) 40 Mins later they brought out a burnt piece of cardboard that they called a Pizza... When I say burnt, I mean burnt crisp to the point even the toppings were charred. Asked for a new Pizza, told, sorry against policy, asked for money back, told, sorry against policy... SAVE YOUR SELF A LOT AGGRAVATION, DON'T STOP HERE!!!!

  • Ami M.

    I'm quite excited to write this review because this place amazed me and I will never forget my experience--and I would like to share it with the YELP world! I called and the girl must have been new because she was playing messenger (asking the manager everything I was asking her and telling me what he said). It took me quite a while to order something so simple: A salad with shrimp-NO HAM. I hang up with her and she calls me back because she needed my CC# and forgot to get it from me when I was on the phone with her. Then, I get my salad. The shrimp that I paid extra for did NOT look like shrimp. It did not resemble shrimp at all- it looked like MUSH. It looked like they took mush out of the garbage disposal and put it all over the salad. There were 3 cups of shredded cheese in the salad (is that necessary?) and HAM. I think "well, let's try it". So I go to take a bite and I notice a hair in my salad. EW! Pretty disappointed, I called her back and she answered the phone with "HELLO?" (uhh, who did I call again? Did I call the wrong number!?). They refunded me (thank goodness) but that was seriously the nastiest salad I laid eyes on and the hair didn't help out much either.


Q & A on Village Inn

Does the Village Inn serve breakfast all day?

Since the year of 1958 when Village Inn was opened in Denver Colorado, the restaurant has been offering its guests great food all day. So, if you want to have a heavy breakfast, light lunch or enjoy pancakes at dinner, the Village Inn is the place to visit.

Does Village Inn still have free pie Wednesday?

Village Inn offers a free slice of pie with any dine-in purchase. Every Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. customers can enjoy a featured pie with any of their purchase. For more information on the pie, one can ask the servers while visiting the restaurant in the area.

Does Village Inn have vegan options?

Unfortunately, there are very few Vegan and Vegetarian options at Village In. There are fruits and salads but most of the items are not Vegan or Vegetarian. We advise asking the server before making the orders.

What time does the Village Inn Open and Close?

Village Inn restaurant opens from 6:00AM-12:00

Is the Village Inn closed during holidays?

Village Inn is among only a few restaurants which remain open on any major holiday's which includes Easter Sunday, Christmas and New Year.

How to find the nearest Village Inn restaurant?

There are over 212 operating Village Inn restaurants in the United States. This restaurant is known for its wide variety of Breakfast Menu. Today, people from all over US visit Village Inn to enjoy food and pies which have won many awards from American Pie Council. The best way to search the nearest Village Inn location is by using our Restaurant Listings Directory which gives you the exact address of the restaurant near as per your location.

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About Village Inn

Village Inn is an American dining restaurant that serves the best American breakfast items on its menu. Founded by James Mola and Merton Anderson, Village Inn began its operations in 1958 as Village Inn Pancake House in Denver. However, during the 1980s, Pancake House was dropped from the title and the name was changed to Village Inn. Registered as VICORP Restaurants Inc., the restaurant company acquired over 71 restaurants in the United States.

Village Inn began serving lunch and dinner menus in addition to breakfast items during the 80s. The pies at Village Inn have won several awards from the American Pie Council. You can order a variety of sandwiches, burgers, healthy salads, melts, and other dinner items. Spread across 212 locations in the United States, Village Inn is a renowned restaurant brand among foodies who love American breakfast menu.

Healthy Food Options at Village Inn

Village Inn is the place to go if you have cravings for enjoyable breakfast items. Most breakfast items are high in sodium and not consumable for certain health conditions. You must be extremely picky to have a healthy breakfast, lunch, or dinner at the Village Inn. Village Inn offers a wide range of breakfast and dinner menu to choose from. While most of the items on the menu are high in sodium and cholesterol, you can still find some healthy food options in salads and simple breakfast items.


Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 10


  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Paid
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : No


Italian Cuisine

The immense popularity of Italian cuisine globally isn't unknown. You can find an Italian Pizzeria around every corner of almost every city in the United States. Not to forget that in every house, people enjoy mac and cheese as comfort food. But it would be wrong to believe that Italian food starts with pizza and ends with good pasta as this Mediterranean country has much more to offer other than these two dishes. In Italian Cuisine, there is a high use of fresh tomatoes, all kinds of herbs, great quality of cheese, all types of meat, seafood and fresh handmade pasta. Many find it hard to believe that Italians have been making noodles long back.

Italian and Greek cuisines are always mistaken to be same, but they are poles apart. The primary difference between the two cuisines is the use of cheese in most of the Italian dishes. Italians love to cultivate their own cheese and process them as per their food requirement. It is believed that some cheese is so expensive that cheese producers secure them in lockers.

If you are bored eating the same old pasta or pizza, you can try some of the authentic Italian dishes like Risotto, Polenta, Ribollita, Lasagna, Fiorentina Steak, Bottarga, Ossobuco, Carbonara, Focaccia, Arancini and Supplì. Another item which Italians love to relish every morning is a good cup of Italian Coffee. Once you taste a freshly brewed cup of Italian Coffee, you might not visit Starbucks ever again. Authentic Italian food is made with heart and soul, so go find a restaurant where you can relish Italian cuisine in your city.


Pizza is a famous Italian dish savored around the world. The entire credit for the popularity of Pizza in the United States goes to the chain of pizzerias all over the country. While the base and the texture of Pizza remains same across the globe, it's the toppings that differs from country to country. In the United States, you will find the top pizzerias serving pizzas with the toppings of mainly beef, bacon, chicken, ham, and sausage for the non-vegetarians. Other than these famous meat options, Pizzas with veg toppings such as mushrooms, pepperonis, garlic, tomatoes, spinach, etc. are also famous in most restaurants in the United States.

Irrespective of your locality, you will find a variety of different restaurants in your cities offering pizzas of all different types. Pizza is hot favorite among people of all ages in the United States. A large size pizza is enough to feed a family of 3 or 4 at large. Pizza is also the most preferred food whenever a group of friends is hanging out together. Pizza gained popularity in the United States after the American soldiers stationed in Italy returned from World War II.

Over the years, different pizzerias in the United States have developed their own respective regional variations. Pizza gained popularity as the iconic dish in the United States in the second half of the 20th century. Whether you prefer thin or thick crust pizza, you can find a pizza of your preference at the best pizza restaurants in your city.

Village Inn Pizza Parlor

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