Vic’s Take & Bake Pizza

38 S Main St
Coalville, 84017
Reviews:
I wasn't sure whether to give three or four stars. I erred on the side of generosity. 4/5 times, you'll get food that is worth coming back for. Sometimes, the food is incredible by any standard. Sometimes, it leaves a lot to be desired - as in "I should have just gone to Subway." I wouldn't say the recipes are the problem, it's the consistency in how they are prepared and sometimes the freshness (or lack thereof) of the ingredients used. I'd say it's worth a shot to check them out. Go a few times before making any judgments. Chances are good you'll like what you eat.
To put it simply, the pizza is a spin off of Papa Murphy's. The sauce and dough were definitely someone's backyard science project, the cheese tasted dated and grainy, and the toppings came from a can. Whoever calls this good pizza needs to move out of Coalville and see the world. The customer service was poor and the employees struggled to know their job roles. We tried the Chicken and Garlic pizza & the Hawaiian. They both lacked in taste and we were unable to eat it. Very poor!
This is a nice little staple in Coalville Utah! They have great options with great prices. I was craving some pizza and since I was just driving through and had no access to an oven to use the take and bake option, I had my pizza cooked there. There's so many pizzas to choose from and since I only eat chicken I went for the garlic chicken. And it was delicious. The thin crust holds up nicely and it's very crunchy but not too crunchy. Our pizza was a tad overly cheesy which kinda hid the garlic taste of the chicken but it was still great. Also a nice tip to know is that there is no alcohol here, but you have the option of taking your food next door to a local bar where you can get your favorite adult beverage. I was very happy with this little staple I managed to find by just walking around Main Street.

(435) 336-4466

Pizza, Tex-Mex

Store is open now

Polar King Drive-Inn

128 N Main
Coalville, 84017
Reviews:
Stopped here breakfast on a Tuesday morning. We had eggs, pancakes, sausage, and huevos rancheros with rice and beans. The portions were very generous, the food tasted great and we had quick, friendly good service. The ambiance was very basic.
Yuck, if I had to even give it one star. We were on a road trip and were looking for a quick bite to eat. We should have known not to go when the person a the front desk of the hotel said there are two places in town, but she had never eaten at either. We had low expectations, but this was even worse than we expected. My husband's burrito was some refried beans smeared on a flour tortilla that was sprinkled with cheese and microwaved so long the tortilla was tough to eat.
About 9:30 pm I pulled in to Coalville, was feeling 'bout half past dead. The planned stop for grub at the local 1950s style shake/burger joint was ixnayed when it looked way closed (or out-of-business?). Continued down the road a couple of blocks to the brightly lit Polar King. Ample paved parking in front perpendicular to the road. The prices were about a dollar higher than expected for every entree. Mexican (i.e. sugarcane) coke in a glass bottle. Plenty of entertainment while waiting for your order: 'Elvira: Scared Stiff' pinball machine in the corner, Tough Guy temporary tattoos for two quarters, local newspapers in a pile, and modern ~50 inch Vizio flat screen on the wall looked out of place. Plenty of hard-back booth seating and tables. Single user bathrooms were outside in the back attached to the building were clean; motion sensor paper towels. The sauce setup was strangely reminescent of Benicio Del Toro ladling in the film 'Traffic' complete with the similar stainless steel ladle, lid, rectangular combo holding the typical sauces: green, red, picante...etc. The sauces were decent; but the picante was at the end of its natural lifespan and probably should not have been served. A server emerged from behind a door to the kitchen and set down our entrees making a few trips of two per tray. It was interested because the server set down the bright plastic trays with the plates of food and stainless steel fork, knife, wrapped in a napkin. Went up to the counter to get some more napkins (very necessary) and saw a little girl ordering a chocolate-shelled ice cream cone. The problem was that the machine heating the chocolate was malfunctioning somehow so that the chocolate sauce was not hardening on the ice cream when the cone was dipped. Hilarity ensued as the ice cream started to slip just like Augustus Gloomp. The food is hit or miss. surprisingly authentic mexican but with cheese. The cheese on top is so delicious. The fajitas were enough for two people and were really quite good. The smothered burrito appeared eerily like its picture on the menu. It smelled the tiniest bit (which is too much) like movie theater nacho cheese sauce and wet dog food. It tasted good though. Ask for the free chips by name. They also offer american style burgers and apparently american breakfasts options are popular too. Indeed, the main front window of the restaurant has the words "Polar King Breakfast Specials" in large letters with a drawing of two eggs and bacon on a plate. They take checks. I would not go out of my way to eat there again. For someone who lives there it would be a comfort.

(435) 336-2372

Mexican, Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

Store is open now

Holiday Hills

500 W 100 S
Coalville, 84017
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(435) 336-4422

Store is open now

Denise’s Home Plate


Coalville, 84017
Reviews:
No review available for this restaurant

(435) 336-2249

Restaurants

Store is open now