Even though the pizza is close to (if not) the best I've ever had, I won't go back. The service was so bad (and the ambience wasn't that great either) that I'd rather do somewhere else for pizza (there are enough other good pizza places in town, after all). That's why I gave Rocky Mounatin Pizza an overall rating of 2, despite a food rating of 5.
We encountered three of the staff during the time we were at Rocky Mounatin Pizza, and we didn't get good vibes from any of them. When we arrived, we cooled our heels at the "Please wait to be seated" sign while a couple of staff ignored us. Finally, the guy behind the bar came over and seated us.
Our server couldn't have been less interested in serving us. She didn't bother to tell us about the specials, and we didn't notice them listed on a chalkboard until after we'd ordered. She didn't know what beer was on tap (fortunately, it turned out to be three different Russell brews). And at the end of the meal, she showed no interest in collecting the money for our bill — I finally went to the bar to get change.
The third person we encountered was the woman making the pizza, who didn't know what to do when we told her that we'd ordered a large size (we got a regular size). I'm not sure who goofed — the woman making the pizzas or our server — but neither were apologetic, and neither made much effort to correct the mistake.
Now for the good news. The pizza is fantastic! I would love to be able to make a thin, crispy pizza crust like that. The pizza is a bit on the pricey side, but Rocky Mounatin Pizza uses good ingedients, including organic meats and flour, so in my mind the higher price is justified.
One other word of warning. Apparently Sunday and Monday nights are kid nights, so if you don't want to be surrounded by lots of kids, you might want to consider going on a Tuesday through a Saturday night.