Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery Review

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Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery Review

Joey Stutsman, Writer

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From the outside, Maxwell’s doesn’t appear as something worth spending your time on. But the food and the atmosphere says otherwise, and it is well worth it. On a Saturday evening in Park City, the sports bar has a nice, friendly ambiance to it and the conversation flows freely there. The food, from what I did try, given my love for pizza, was excellent. It was the best pizza I’ve had in a long time and for about four dollars a slice, I’d say that it’s a pretty good deal for feeding a family, or just yourself.


Maxwell’s serves more than just really good pizza. They have an entire menu complete with pasta dishes ranging from spaghetti to lasagna, chicken, sausage, and Shrimp ala Vodka. They also feature a full bar with wines, cocktails and beers for those who those who are old enough to imbibe. On their menu they also offer buffalo style wings, Edamame & Sun Dried Tomato Hummus, Drunken Mussels and a soup of the day.


If you don’t want to take my word for it, take it from the well known source, Guy Fieri. In season 19 of Diners Drive-In’s and Dives on the Food Network, Fieri visited the Maxwell’s in Salt Lake City. The atmosphere was fairly typical for a sports bar with multiple screens running a variety of sports events.

For those who are die hard fans of different team paraphernalia, take a look around on the walls and notice the varied color jerseys.

Our waitress was polite and kept up on soda refills without having to be asked. She was quick about everything and brought out orders in a timely manner despite how busy they were for a Saturday night. Overall, she made the experience highly enjoyable.

I would highly recommend Maxwell’s for the amazing food and excellent service.


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