Flatbread Neapolitan Pizzeria – Salt Lake City
It was simply Delicious the food came out, and it was outstanding, we had more than we could finished. I treated my brother and sister-in-law they had just gotten married, the 2 of them were blown away. The Martini's were outstanding our waitress was so on point that she was getting our food refills for us before we even needed to ask, it literally was a great time..
We love going there, especially on a Friday or Saturday night. Their pizzas are excellent, (they use fresh produce), and their salads are really good as well.
Kids can make their own pizza, or can eat mac and cheese.
Great food as always! And our waiter, Dylan is always upbeat and positive.
Restaurant is very clean and service is nice. Sorts of pizza are not much but taste is good together with beer or wine.
This remains one of our favorites! It's a great location and great vibe and love sitting outside in the summer. It is pretty authentic wood fired pizza so it's always a go to for us!
I'd recommend to the business that they remove themselves from OpenTable. We made a reservation, then were told at the restaurant that there were no tables available. This is not the definition of "reservation."
The farmhouse flatbread was delicious! We love the outdoor seating and people watching.
The pizzas were good, large enough to share or have alone if you are hungry. The patio was comfortable, plenty of shade on a hot summer day. Service was good, our waitress was attentive.
We all loved the pizza. One of us ordered tea that didn’t taste good. Server was most of the time no where to be found since we often needed refills. Overall we will be back.
Solid as usual. Pizzas are great here and the fondue is a family pleaser.
We brought our kids and we all loved it. They made they’re own pizza and we loved ours.
The kids in our group really enjoyed making their own pizzas and then getting to watch them cook in pizza oven. Kale salad we had was excellent.
Quiet Sunday evening with the family. Attentive service and good quality food.
Very noisy, lots of children. While the Neapolitan Pizza crust edges were crisp and tasty, the rest of the crust was a soggy mess. We each ordered a pizza and both were soggy. I would not recommend this restaurant.
Child really enjoyed the make your own pizza experience. We were not expecting that they actually get to put the ingredients on their pizza and watch it bake.
The food was delicious. Server forgot part of our order but in the end it worked to our advantage because our eyes were bigger than our stomachs.
We went for my mom's birthday lunch. Our server was amazing and so was the food.
Great pizzas at great value. Kids had a ball making their own pie. Maggie was an excellent host and the whole family had a great time.
The service was great and very responsive and accommodating. We will be back :)
Always a family favorite when in Sugarhouse with the kids.
The pizzas and service were good, but really nothing exceptional. The D.O.C. Napolitanian pizzas seemed slighty undercooked.
Excellent food…so fresh and yummy! Our server was excellent!
We have dined here before. Seated by the server station. Pizza was burnt
Received our check before we were finished. Disappointed
Fun night great good and service. U find it a bit loud for my preference but tolerable. The proper beer is wonderful. I had the gnocchi again and it was a good batch. My father had the lasagna which is always good with that fennel sausage.
Great pizza - lots of variety from more Neapolitan styles to Americanized choices. I had the quattro stationes (spelling) and it was great. My husband enjoyed his barbecue chicken pizza as well.
We love going there on weekends. Kids can make their own pizza. Excellent value for the bucks.
The food was great and the service was great but I thought the price of the wine was a bit steep and the amount looked rather small.
One of my favorite places!! It helps that GF options are offered as well as veggie options. There's something for everyone really!
We really recommend this place especially if you have children and if you love pizza. We go there often and never get tired of it!
We love going there on Friday nights.
It has some of the best pizzas in town and kids love make their own.
Very nice place. Great wood pizza oven - pizza came out burned on edges to make sure I know it came fro wood oven :-)
We had the gnocchi, BBQ chicken pizza and apple walnut chicken salad. The pizza was the only thing we really liked. The gnocchi was swimming in sauce with only 10 gnocchi in the bowl. Yes my son counted! At $14 you would think they could do better. My salad was really bland. I have had it before and it was delicious. This time is was mostly just lettuce. The only thing we enjoyed was the pizza.
The other HUGE issue was the temperature of the restaurant. It was FREEZING!!! I understand that the garage doors may make it hard to heat but it was ridiculously cold! Nearly all of the patrons were eating dinner with their coats on. It was very unpleasant especially on their metal chairs.
Our bill was just under $100 for four of us. For that much money I would expect good food and to be able to take my coat off during dinner. We all agreed we won't be back.
Pick two is the best lunch. Kale salad and Quattro frommagi. Industrial urban ambience and great outdoor seating, especially if you have a dog. I'm there often!
Excellent pizzas, and a lot of fun for children!
Flatbread is far better at lunch. I don't know why. Does the kitchen crew change? The pizza was just really wet... soggy.
The food was great and the atmosphere is fun and vibrant. It took a little while to get drinks, and a couple came out wrong (this was partially our fault), but besides that everything was delicious. Very moderately priced, which is also nice.
Neopolitan Pizza is our stand-by. Our 7-year old loves it and we love the cocktail list. The salads are always excellent. Only complaint is they haven't continued with their seasonal menu. We miss last year's winter salads.
The pizza was really great! My wife and I love Neo (thin crust, brick oven) style pizzas. The crust had a light char, although I would've preferred a little more, with a little more crisp in the bread. I thought the flour under the dough was a little much, but not bad. I guess it helps the pizza not stick to the oven. The kids macaroni was bland and greasy, but my 2-year old inhaled it with some parmesan so I guess he had complaints. The salad could've used a little dressing. Maybe a vinaigrette instead of just plain olive oil. Overall, the place is great! Perfect portions for 2 or 3 to share a salad and a pie. We can't wait to go back and eat in the patio area when it's a little warmer.
We would strongly recommend Flatbread Neapolitan Pizzeria for those who can eat their regular pizza. It was pleasing to the eye and tastebuds. Their gluten-free alternative was just okay, lacking the flavor and consistency of the regular pizzas. So, a big yes if you can eat their regular fare, and just an okay if you need to go gluten-free.
We were seated to get our table and nothing happened for about 10 minutes. On top of that it took forever to get our pizza, which was alright - nothing special.