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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 – we create extremely tasty gluten free pizzas! Our daily salads, soups & cheesecakes are also gluten free!

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  • Happy Birthday Canada!

    Happy Canada Day

    Did you know that Canada is an Aboriginal word meaning “village”? The name Canada comes from a St. Lawrence Iroquoian word, kanata, meaning “village” or “settlement.” Pretty cool!

    It got me thinking what a huge, diverse & beautiful village Canada is. Our mountains, forests, lakes, wildlife & oceans are bountiful but because we live with them everyday we often take them for granted. Canada Day is a great way to make us stop and remember our wonderful village & remind ourselves we need to protect it for future generations.

    canadian wilderness

    So this weekend Rocky Mountain Flatbread shall be giving 10% of all sales from our daily flatbread specials to CPAWS – allowing them to continue their wonderful work to protect our wilderness and wildlife & to say Happy Birthday Canada! You too can make a small donation to  to say happy birthday Canada!

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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