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There are many things we are passionate about at Rocky Mountain Flatbread: using lots of local & organic produce, free range organic meats & Ocean Wise seafood. Watch the show as we create handcrafted flatbread pizzas, daily pastas, seasonal soups, salads & desserts “to live for” from our open kitchens & artisan ovens. We also provide a wide selection of B.C. wines & local craft beers. And for all those pizza lovers who are wheat intolerant or have nut allergies – we create extremely tasty gluten free and nut free pizzas! Our daily salads, soups & cheesecakes are also gluten free and nut free!

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  • CRAFT PIZZA MEETS CRAFT BEER – KITS – A DINE OUT VANCOUVER EVENT

    27
    Jan 2015
    Tuesday
    - 5:00 pm -

    Rocky Mountain Flatbread & Persephone Brewing present Craft Pizza Meets Craft. Guests will enjoy a three course meal which includes – yes – pizza making! (rolling out your own dough & adding your own favorite toppings) & sampling some of the best craft beers in town brewed by Persephone Brewing. view details

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  • DINE OUT VANCOUVER 2015

    Dine Out Vancouver

    We are excited to participate in Dine Out Vancouver 2015.

    Featuring our three course meal for $18 with over 90 combinations to choose from & lots of gluten free options too.

    There are some great Dine Out Events at Rocky Mountain Flatbread this year including: Craft Pizza & Craft Beer Evenings  & Bread Making Master Class.   Read more

What People Are Saying

“One of the best pizzas I have wolfed down.” Alexandra Gill, The Globe & Mail

“Organic and full of flavour, that’s flatbread.” Mia Stainsby, The Vancouver Sun

“The Rocky Mountain Flatbread is making a common North American staple spectacular.” Jason McRobbie, Alive Magazine

“It’s the crust and fresh organic ingredients that make these pizzas outstanding.” Mark Laba, The Province

“Combine the great taste, responsible sourcing and strong mandate for community support.” Tim Pawsey, The Courier