4546 S 815 W, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 8412340.648829 -111.933298
Excellent food and service... – I've eaten here a bit too much lately, as it's right by my office in Taylorsville. They have great food, everything I've had has been excellent. The prices are great, the staff is very friendly and the owner, Frank Petrone is always there working hard to make sure his customers are happy. He roasts his own beef for crying out loud. It's a better experience than a sandwich shop for the same price, only the food is much fresher, with more variety and the service is way better without a doubt.. Enjoy...
Why did you move?? – I used to go here once or twice a week, and I loved it! Great food! Too bad they moved. Now I don't go anymore. How sad.
THIS LOCATION IS CLOSED. – Pazza WAS a delightful little neighborhood market and dine-in deli. Sadly, it never really defined itself as unique at any one wonderful thing. It is CLOSED.
Best Sandwich in Town, Excellent Salads, Lasagna etc. House roasted roast beef sandwich is a killer!!!! – Pazzo has moved to 4546 S. 815 W. and is FANTASTIC! The prices are low and the food is straight out of an east coast italian deli. Frank Petrone, the owner, oversees everything, roasts his own roast beef (he was a butcher in a past life), and won't compromise on quality even though he might make a buck or two more. There isn't a better sandwich in Utah!!
Good Deli experience For Utah – Not something seen much in Utah, Pazzo is a Deli striving for the New York Italian style. They aren't quite there, but they do a pretty good job of it. Exellent soups, Good selection of tough to find ingredients and a homey comfortable seating area. Good parking.
User review by mary_mac – I love this place and eat at Pazzo's as often as possible for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
A delightfully diverse and laid-back market and gourmet deli in Salt Lake City. – The Scene
Near the Salt Lake Country Club in a rather non-descript little strip mall, Pazzo! Deli & Market is a delightful respite. Started by the brother-sister team of Steve and Suzanne Sala in early 2002, the funky market features an eclectic, off-beat collection of trinkets (including jewelry and handbags), as well as a wide array of gourmet items, Italian and Asian delicacies, and other hard-to-find foods. A handful of indoor and outdoor tables make up the deli's seating area.
More like a comfortable coffeehouse than anything else, Pazzo!'s menu features Italian standards like the meatball sandwich, almost too-reasonably priced ($5.95) given its tremendous size and cheesy, delicious taste. The Capri deli sandwich, featuring olives, provolone cheese and tomatoes, is served hot and fresh. Pazzo! also offers a wide variety of fresh salads, fruits, cheeses, hummus and sparkling sodas.
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