Normally, I write about alcoholic beverages in my SIP column. But this week we’re going alcohol-free. And you know that if I’m writing about booze-free libations, they’d better be good. Well, I’d call the house-made lemonades at MidiCi Neapolitan Pizza Company not just good, but great.
I’ve written about MidiCi here in Utah Bites in the past. It’s one of my favorite pizza spots in SLC. The restaurant looks like a million bucks, even though the food and drink served there is quite budget-friendly. A mere $8.45 for a wood-oven cooked Margherita pizza, for example. The pizzas at MidiCi are made adhering to strict Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana guidelines and the best way to taste a true Neapolitan-style pizza is the simplest: start with a Margherita pizza. MidiCi’s Margheritas are among the best I’ve eaten anywhere.
But every bit as delicious as the pizza at MidiCi are those homemade lemonades. There are six scrumptious versions to choose from: watermelon-twist, coconut, basil-limeade, blood orange, strawberry-peach, and my favorite: blue-raspberry. Sure, there’s a great selection of wine, beer, sodas and such to choose from at MidiCi, but for a truly bodacious beverage, give the lemonades a go!
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.