If you’ve got some budding chef’s in the family, you’ve got to bring them to Nitza’s Pizza to hone in on their pizza making skills!
Pizza Making At Nitza’s Pizza On The Weekends
On Saturdays & Sundays from 11am-3pm kids can come into Nitza’s Pizza for a free kitchen tour and make their own pizzas for a $5 donation per child. Included with the pizza are a slush drink and ice cream. The money that is donated goes to The Stollery Children’s Hospital.
The kids loved being able to pick their own toppings, put them in the oven to bake and even help to cut them at the end. Once they were brought out for the kids to enjoy, they all ate every last bite.
Both Kris and I also enjoyed our own pizzas, with Kris ordering the Loaded Donair and for the Greek Popeye on a Gluten Free crust. While the price for a pizza is more than you would pay at your average chain location – it’s worth every penny to enjoy the freshness and quality of their pizza perfection and they both fed us for 2 meals. Drinks are included, and with gluten-free crust adding a bit more it came to roughly $40 for just us, plus the $15 donation.
In regards to their Gluten Free crust, I’ve tried a few and I really liked this crust. The texture and taste were like a real crust, and it didn’t break apart with the generous topping on it!
Hold Your Celebrations At Nitza’s Pizza
Did you know that you can book your child’s birthday party at Nitza’s Pizza for a tour and pizza making? Not only is it a great activity for the kids but it’s affordable! Group rates are also available for sports programs, schools, and more.
The motto at Nitza’s Pizza is that when you’re there, you’re part of the family – and that’s definitely true. You can find them at 10 Ridgemont Way in Sherwood Park. You can also check them out online at www.nitzaspizza.ca
*There are other Nitza’s Pizza around however they are not affiliated