The Pitfire Pizza menu prices are set to maintain the artistic atmosphere of the restaurant while still putting their cuisine within the reaches of the starving artist crowd they proudly serve. Throughout their locations, you’ll find artistic expression everywhere, from the posters, paintings, and doodles found on the wall all the way down to the menus. Paul Hibler and David Sanfield both believe that great food and creativity go hand in hand, so it was simple sense to create an establishment that epitomized both.
Check out their full menu below:
|Wood Roasted Pumpkin Pizza||$12.00|
|Brussel Sprouts & Bacon Pizza||$12.00|
|Rigatoni Al Forno||$10.50|
|Charred Sweet Potato||$5.00|
|Shaved Brussel Sprout Salad||$6.00|
|Farmers Market Plate||$13.00|
Shares & Smalls
|Whipped Ricotta & Charred Flatbread||$8.00|
|Roasted Chicken Meatballs||$8.50|
|White Bean Soup||Cup||$5.00|
|White Bean Soup||Bowl||$7.00|
|Simple Green Salad||$10.00|
|Hail Kale Pie||$11.00|
|Greens, Egg & Ham||$12.00|
|Daiya Vegan Mozzarella||$2.00|
|La Quercia Prosciutto||$2.00|
|Field Roast Vegan Sausage||$3.00|
|Gluten Free Crust||$3.00|
|Spaghetti & Chicken Meatballs||$12.00|
|Mac N Cheese||$10.50|
|Roasted Chicken & Mushroom Cavatappi||$12.00|
|Meatball Parm Hero||$12.00|
|Fire Roasted Chicken||$12.00|
|Little Gem Caesar||$9.50|
|The Steak Salad||$13.50|
Add-Ons To Any Salad
|Fire Box #105||Serves (4-6)||$90.00|
|Fire Box #110||Serves (8-10)||$135.00|
|Fire Box #115||Serves (12-15)||$185.00|
|Fire Box #120||Serves (17-20)||$210.00|
|Fire Roasted Cauliflower||$6.00|
|Smashed Avocado Toast||$7.00|
|Mac N Cheese||$6.00|
|Spaghetti & Meatballs||$7.00|
|Pasta With Marinara Or Butter & Parm||$5.50|
|Soft Serve Ice Cream||$4.00|
|Homemade Chocolate Chunk Cookie||$3.00|
Popular Menu Items
The items you’ll find on the Pitfire Pizza menu are both familiar and singularly unique, combining fresh local ingredients with innovative pizza creation to produce results that will make your artistic soul sing. From their traditional Sausage Party Pizza to the Pesto Chicken, you’re going to find offerings that make you sigh with contentment after your first bite. You can check out their grilled asparagus, burrata toast, and their classic Margherita Pizza by stopping in, but it can be hard to pick a favorite!
We suggest the following popular items:
Roasted Fingerling Potatoes
There’s something amazing about a simple dish prepared in a way that creates a complex flavor profile while remaining true to its agrarian roots. Roasted Fingerling Potatoes are served up with a stunning Romesco sauce that adds a tangy bite to these little spuds.
Get your tuber on for $6.00
Spinach Artichoke Pizza
This is a great pizza for those looking for a flavorful and filling non-meat pizza offering. Together with their tomato and garlic sauce, you’ll find four tantalizing kinds of cheese blended with a topping of spinach and artichoke hearts.
A garden of flavor for $12.50
Field Mushroom Pizza
We are huge fans of mushrooms on our pizza; there’s just something about their earthy flavor that perfectly compliments the Fontina sauce and thyme sprinkles that are added. If you’re a fungi fan too, it’s time to order up this fantastic Field Mushroom pizza and indulge in an incredible flavor profile.
Available for just $11.00
You don’t often hear about honey being an integral part of a pizza, but when you bite into the honey bear pizza, you may never want to have a honey free pizza again. On this innovative pizza, you’ll find ricotta cheese, Calabrian chile, ricotta, honey, and a sprinkling of bee pollen that creates a sweet and savory pizza you won’t believe.
Get your sweetness on for $11.00
Pitfire Pizza’s History
Over two decades ago Paul Hibler and David Sanfield came together to create a unique new pizza place that blended a bohemian air of erudite conversation and a love of poetry with some fundamentally incredible pizza. It was this design that brought Pitfire Pizza into existence, and it took off in its California neighborhood and soon expanded into a total of eight incredible locations. Throughout its existence, it has specifically striven to maintain its “artist casual” atmosphere and to continue to cater to its clientele in both flavor and atmosphere. Today the business is doing well, and Paul is working on other side projects as well, including the Superba Snack Bar, though that doesn’t mean that the Pitfire Pizza is being neglected. Every year he finds new ways to reach their customers, support the arts, and expand his operations with the creative flavors they’re known for.