Parry’s Pizzeria is a full service, NY-style pizza and craft beer restaurant. We pride ourselves on handmade pizza dough and some of the best Upstate New York-inspired wings in all of Colorado! We truly have something for everyone with nine different salads, wraps, craveable pastas and enormous calzones. If you stop in, make sure to try the “Polo Ground Parm Bites” and a “The Queens Caprese Salad”— tell ‘em Jon Hook sent you and it’s on me. Seriously.
In a state that knows beer, we do it best. Parry’s buys more beer than any other restaurant in Colorado annually — we rotate nearly 700 taps across all of our restaurants in Colorado and North Carolina — with that many brews to choose from everyone can find a pint that suits them!
Parry’s Pizzeria was founded in 2007 by David Parry—a native New Yorker— with the vision of bringing an urban New York style pizzeria to the Denver suburbs. David and the Parry’s family has grown the business to its current size, and it will remain a corporate structure as we continue to add more locations and territories over the next few years. Managing our growth in a corporate structure has been the best way to ensure quality and the best experience for our guests.
On site selection — We look for a dynamic neighborhood with enough density and minimal competition. We also look to partner with schools, non-profits and neighborhood organizations in any community we operate. It’s important to Parry’s that we are the strongest advocate and partner we can be.
Parry’s brings the fun of the city to the suburbs that can be found at our restaurants from Castle Rock to Johnstown and even out in North Carolina. Access to some of the best craft beer around, plus award-winning pizza and fantastic service is what we’re all about!
On expanding to North Carolina — North Carolina is an attractive market for Parry’s for two reasons — beer and pizza. Charlotte has a healthy, growing craft beer scene, plus there’s is a strong presence of New York transplants who are looking for craveable New York-style pizza.
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