Flying Wedge: It’s like crack, in pizza form


Flying Wedge.

Originally uploaded by Robin Thom.

Am I the only Vancouverite who didn’t know about Flying Wedge [fwp] and their wonderful pizzas? I seriously just found out about the pizza chain about three weeks ago and was blown away. It’s like crack, and this past week I’ve eaten there three times and that’s not counting the number of meals I’ve had of reheated Flying Wedge Pizza.

At one of our Metroblogging meetups some of the other authors here were talking about their all you can eat days, something I’ve yet to try. I think my head would explode with awesome at that point. I just never paid any attention, thinking that pizza was pizza and they couldn’t be any better than Pizza Hut.

Also props to them, as well as Pizza Hut, for doing online ordering in Vancouver. There’s a few kinks that need to be worked out, like not having the internet tell customers that the store is closed when it’s actualy open, but it’s still a nice feature.

2 Comments so far

  1. Ryan Cousineau (unregistered) on October 23rd, 2006 @ 2:39 pm

    Jeffery:

    Seriously, the Sunday pizza buffet is a grave danger. $10 for bottomless pop and endless pizza. I ate five slices, which was a bad idea in retrospect.


  2. soultrance (unregistered) on October 23rd, 2006 @ 6:51 pm

    I just had my first Flying Wedge last week as well and it was fantastic. Kind of sucks that they’re so damn expensive compared to most pizza joints, but they’re just so good. I haven’t been to the Sunday all you can eat experience yet either, but I plan to attempt it sometime in the near future, if my arteries can handle it that is.



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