Very good pizza and a 100% gluten free facility! My 7 year old said, "Do you think they serve this pizza in heaven, they must cause it's so good!" They have fun toppings and combinations. My non-celiac family loved it and noticed how they felt so good after ;)
Had breakfast here but it was a challenge. We were the only customers so staff did accommodate but it took a lengthy discussion with waitress and the manager. My omelet with fruit was fine but that was my only option.
As on previous visits, the staff knows what's an option for GF prep beyond the designations on the menu and happy to accommodate. The tortilla soup is tasty and I had filet of beef - but no sauce as the waiter knew it contained flour. Very busy restaurant so reservations are a good idea.
Had an omelet cooked in a pan. The waitress substituted fresh fruit and sliced tomatoes for the potatoes (not GF as cooked on a shared grill) and the "GF" toast which actually isn't since it's toasted in the common toaster. But, service was excellent and my GF meal was delicious.
Finding this restaurant was a life changing experience for us. My husband has not had a decent sandwich or pizza of bread in over a year since being diagnosed celiac. Enter Osteria Divino. Where the girl behind the counter was 100% knowledgable. Where the GF food is prepared separately and arrives on a plate with a sticker labeling it GF. We have had panini, pizza, fried calamari, garlic bread and baked ravioli. Every item was enjoyed by the GF and non GF eaters. We will be exclusively patronizing this restaurant so all family members can enjoy it. Highly highly highly recommend!!!
Great service & great food. Sat at the bar, had a Red Bridge, GF Pizza & GF wings as an app. Would defiantly recommend. They understood cross contamination & the Mgr brought out my food, managing my order through the cooking process.
Celiac can eat here. They have a separate menu and know what you're asking if you say gluten free and need it prepared on a counter far from the bread.
Unfortunately, the food isn't amazing. Its ok for what it is, fast food BBQ.
There are only two entrees a celiac can have, and there was a lot of confusion between the staff. The only dishes are the fried catfish and shrimp and grits. No apps, maybe a couple salads without bread.
The staff had a list of gluten free items, and it was short. One thought the catfish was fried in the same fryer as other foods, the other was confident is was separate. She was convincing and said all the items on the plate, catfish, jalapeno grits, and collard greens, were prepared and stored separately. I'm a little skeptical, as the fried chicken comes with greens and I can't imagine they have a whole separate station just for two entrees.
I haven't had any ill effects. Will update if I do.
Two stars because the meal and cocktails were absolutely delicious and the staff was friendly, if only somewhat informed.
3770 Bloomington Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80922
I ate at this location a couple of weeks ago. They have a dedicated fryer and were very careful not to mix my fries up with the rest of my party. Their allergen menus are available online, are interactive, and suggest alternative selections for gluten free. They assured me that I wouldn't have to worry about cross contamination on the grill either. The gluten free bun, however, was very dry and I took it off my burger. I was very impressed with how well they took care of me.