Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Punta Arenas. Overlooking the Strait of Magellan, this isolated city in southern Patagonia bustles with windswept trekkers en route to glacier-filled Torres del Paine National Park or an Antarctic cruise. Before transiting, take note of the mansion-lined main square, Plaza Muñoz Gamero; the City Cemetery, with its elaborate tombs; and the Sara Braun Palace and Braun Menendez Residence, a preserved slice of the city's wealthy pioneer past. Daily flights connect the city with Santiago and Ushuaia.
Things to do in Punta Arenas
4 based on 15 reviews
Los alimentos siguen siendo bastante buenos sin embargo el local estaba sin calefacciÃ³n y ademÃ¡s no vende cafÃ© o tÃ©, vamos para atrÃ¡s y no para adelante.
4 based on 38 reviews
EncontrÃ© buena la variedad de productos para comer, ya que no se quedan sÃ³lo en las preparaciones rÃ¡pidas. Hay de todo un poco y para todos los gustos.
3 based on 177 reviews
This place has great location and large menu. But you will be ignored as a tourist. Took 15 minutes for the waitress to take our order. Ordered 2 beers and 2 gyros. The beer came out quick and we proceeded to be ignored for the next 30 minutes. After 2 tables got and finished their order, I waved at the waitress and at the guy staring at me from behind the bar. Finally my husband asked how long it would be for our gyros. The waitress had an English speaking customer translate and said no order. So at 10pm no dinner for us and no apology. The food did look good.
4 based on 28 reviews
A nice place, warm, with a different proposal, perfect to share with friends, family, where you're going to find a lot of internacional cocktails, handcraft beers, and a large menu of wines, all coming from boutique vineyards. All of this, well complement
A very nice spot for dinner and have a few drinks Good and modern atmosphere, and food was very very good.Seafood pizza was amazing (can't remember the exact name on the menu, marinera or something similar)
4 based on 86 reviews
As we came back to town from a morning excursion, we came into have a late breakfast or early lunch.(12:15) They limited the menu to ONLY pizzas. We asked if we could have crepes or sandwiches that were offered on the menu but they insisted only on pizza. We ordered the pizza, the first one was good, the second one that had come out was burnt and difficult to eat, and the third one was alright. In addition to the pizza we had ordered coffee, when we looked over they had a fairly nice espresso machine, but instead used a smaller machine with pre-filled capsules of some sort. The coffee was not good, and not made to the order we specified. Wish we had good experience like other reviews, but the service had been the biggest issue. I would recommend looking elsewhere in town.
4 based on 183 reviews
On our first night in Punta Arenas by the time we got to the hostel and freshened up it was close to midnight. Having just completed the W Trek we wanted to let loose a bit and have a drink or two and get some food. The very nice hostel owner thought for a bit and then directed us to this place.It was a Saturday night so all the young folks seem to be out and having a good time. Music is blasting and smiles all around. Took us awhile but we finally got a table and ordered drinks and pizza after some hand gestures and pointing (it was obvious that tourists are not as frequent here which is a good thing).We were there for probably 2hrs and the power cut off a few times, presumably due to the music (and all the speakers) blowing out the fuse. But the lively atmosphere didn't get dampened and we really enjoyed ourselves. This definitely helped us to reset the hiking mood and get into the city mode for the remainder of our trip!
4 based on 143 reviews
Francesco is a pizzeria that mixes the traditional with the contemporary to achieve pizzas of great flavor. 22 They are the options to taste in Francesco that go from the traditional Mozzarella that is the beginning of the beautiful history that is the pi
We had a great lunch here on a Sunday afternoon when little else was open. Restaurant was packed with large extended local families in for an after-church meal. We had the pizza with Jason Serrano and greens, and it was terrific. Highly recommend.
4 based on 448 reviews
I ate at Dino's Pizza while recently in Punta arenas with my partner. Apparently the locals rave about this place. I visited it with my Western palate and was less than impressed. The place serves pizza, sandwiches and burgers in a very basic atmosphere with slow but friendly service. The pizza costs 5000 regular or 10000 peso for grande (which can easily feed 2). Unfortunately the Hawaian Pizza we ordered was more cheese than dough, with sprinkles of ham and pineapple. It wasn't the tastiest and left both myself and my partner with a bloated, gaseous feeling. The cost was 14100 (grande pizza + 2 drinks), as they add a 10% tip on the bill. Definitely not good value given the poor quality of the meal. Not recommended.
4 based on 898 reviews
Pizza from the wood-fired oven homemade pasta fresh salads yummie desserts cozy atmosphere
Hard to believe we'd find such terrific pizza near the literal end of the world but we did at Mesite Grande. We split the large #7 vegetarian pizza and it was fabulous. Great crust and toppings. Too bad we didn't have more time in town to return and sample other toppings.
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