Piecasso is one of the best spots for Pizza, not only in Stowe, but in Vermont. They make many different pies and they are all very good. From the Piecasso Pizza to their wicked awesome BBQ Chicken, this is definitely a spot to hit on the way home from the mountain, especially if you are on a budget. The good people at Piecasso are looking out for us locals and shredders alike. Everyday they offer a smokin’ deal for pizza slices: 2 Slices and a Soda for $5.50 or 2 Slices and a PBR for $6.50.. you can’t go wrong with that!! The atmosphere is awesome too. Piecasso has a great, funky vibe to it. Aside from the cool Picasso artwork (not real ones though), Piecasso is a great place to catch a game. They’ve got multiple TVs and a large projector in the bar area so you won’t miss that touchdown! All of the employees are wicked cool too and will stop and chat with you about your day and the conditions on the hill. You can tell a lot of the employees are jealous when its a powder day! Besides pizza and beer, they offer a full menu of pastas, sandwiches and apps plus a full bar to fill your hard alcohol needs. Next time you are in the area, you’ve got to stop by and check out Piecasso!
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