How to Vinto

Reviewed by Becky

As you might have noticed, I have a new blog sponsor, Vinto Pizzeria. I pursued them to sponsor Vintage Mixer because I think so highly of their business model, food and hospitality to Salt Lake City foodies. None of my sponsors pay me to talk about them or to post about them. To read more about my sponsorship policy go here. I previously posted about their food here. I believe that Vinto is a unique commodity in Salt Lake, providing fresh and delicious food through an efficient, tech-savy system.

When I met with the owner and operator, David Harries, we chatted for a bit about a few misconceptions about his new restaurant. He mentioned that because of their their high-tech ordering device there were a few people who were confused at how to order and wondered if it was okay to sit and stay a while since the food comes out so quickly. So, for this introduction to Vinto’s sponsorship I wanted to give you a brief on ‘how to Vinto’.

How to Vinto
Decide what you want from the menu
Decide how long you want to stay
Order Accordingly

For example, if you are in a hurry, you might want to order your appetizer along with your meal. If you are not in a rush order the appetizer first then when you’re ready for another course, order it. Whatever you order from the waiter will be sent straight to the cook using their handy-dandy hand held ordering device. If you order everything at once it will all be made and served to you as soon as it is ready.

The great thing about the system is that if you arrive super hungry they satisfy quickly, unlike most pizza shops.

On another note, don’t feel rushed if you get your meal quickly. Feel free to hang out and stay a while. Grab a glass of wine, a beer or some gelato and enjoy the swanky atmosphere.

For the full restaurant review along with food photography and menu selections go here.

Comments (5)

  1. this makes me wish i lived in SLC…or at least close enough to devour a piece of pizza right now! :)

  2. I had a very disappointing experience at Vinto. I was not impressed w/ their meatballs or the food. The waiter also recommended a melon gelato that ended up tasting like black licorice, yuck! He noticed I wasn't eating itand offered to get me a different flavor. He came back a few minutes later and said his manager wouldn't let him. WTF? Then he came back 5 minutes later and said he spoke with her and now they would switch it out. Double WTF? How much could gelato cost? We also didn't order cheap, wine, appetizers, pizza! Vinto left a bad taste in my mouth in more ways than one!

  3. Shellie,I am so bummed that you had a bad experience. I have had nothing but great experiences there. I have not tried their meatballs but I have tried their gelato. I know they have a Anise gelato which is licorice flavored.Anyways I hope that you will give them a second chance :)Have a lovely dayBecky

  4. Becky!I am so happy for you that you have another sponsor and such a great one! You are doing such an absolutely fantastic job with the direction of your blog. I just love it.

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