I've had to say this on several different sites because there is a concerted effort by a small group of people to 'get back at' one of the owners of Free Wheeler Pizza by posting venomous reviews. I cannot, without any doubt, say that any negative review is one of theirs, but have a strong suspicion because the tone of these are all similar, and they harp on the same issues. One might beleive this is because they are valid statements, but because of other information I have and my being at Free Wheeler every couple of weeks, I know that some of these claims are ridiculous. Please do not validate their vindictiveness by automatically believing these reviews. I truly hope you simply visit Free Wheeler, without even buying anything, to see for yourself that these claims are false. And if they are not false, and I'm the one trying to manipulate people, then you will see this immediately and can walk out without losing one red cent. I also want to state up front that I do have a personal relationship with Free Wheeler Pizza, but that I have no financial stake in the business and have not been paid to write this. All I want to do with this review is warn people that there is an effort out there to ruin the good name of Free Wheeler Pizza.
I always order the BBQ Chicken Chopped Salad. It never disappoints and is so refreshing on these wicked hot summer days. My SIL got the Waldorf and it looked fantastic--I *MAY* branch out next time. (No promises.) This time we also ordered the fried mac and cheese for an appetizer. It was mediocre ...but don't get me wrong, I still finished it! Because HELLO, It's friend mac and cheese. I was sorely disappointed to learn that they only serve Diet Pepsi and not Diet Coke. FAIL. I had to get 2 limes to even survive. Our server was wonderful. We never saw the bottom of our glasses and our food came out perfectly and quickly. My SIL taught me a new trick too that I have to share: Order the wheat pita bread (it is SOOOO good!) with sides of honey and butter. Mix them together to make honey butter. You will NOT be disappointed.
I'm from New Jersey and am a pizza conisuer. No offense, but it has been a challenge to find good pizza in the Salt Lake Area. Whenever I am near Manhattan, I take a trip into Lombardi's, which is the original pizza establishment in New York. Settebello is the closest I've had to Lombardi's. Authentic Italian pies, that are simply delicious. Make sure to save room for the deserts. I had a lemon ice (forget the actual name) that was wonderful. If you love pizza, definately go visit.