This is one of my go-to places. There's a smaller selection for gluten-free folks, but it's all good stuff. I particularly like getting the cheddar mashed potatoes/steak or pork chops/veggies. Feels like a good square meal compared to the pizzas. The waiters seem knowledgeable. I've always felt fine after eating here many, many times.
I was so excited to try the gf pizza. when it arrived it was inedible. Burnt, paper thin, and flavorless.
The pros are that they have an allergen chart and a (small) gluten free menu. However, I find that the cons are much greater. Even the gf menu comes with limitations and substitution suggestions. It's not very inclusive of Celiacs like myself. I ordered a wedge salad. It was nothing special. Overall I was not pleased, and would not come here again by choice.
GREAT SELECTION, good service & never been sick. This restaurant chain is my go-to when I have to or want yo eat out. GF Pizza with extra cheese & sauce is bomb!!
GF pizza is awesome!
Had a berry cider and gluten free pizza - the crust was excellent. The staff was knowledgable and friendly.
7-7-15 update. They removed the chicken item from the GF menu. practically nothing GF on menu. WORST. SERVICE. EVER! ....1 hour 45 minute lunch for 1 person. lame. lemon thyme chicken is good. GF Pizooki is yummy. Service is consistently the worst. I seriously get so frustrated by the end of my meal.
Very helpful with a menu that has a list for all allergies. And the gluten free pizookie is so yummy!!
Best gluten free cheese pizza in town. The staff is very cautious when it comes to cross contamination. The first time I ordered the pizza (via over the phone for take out) the guy taking my order, his wife also has celiac and he knew how important it was for there to be no cross contamination. Tonight when I ordered my pizza (over the phone) I mentioned how great of a job they did last time to avoid cross contamination and the man said "I'm the general manager, don't worry your pizza will be perfect!" And it was! (The label on the box said *allergy* *allergy* *allergy* celiac)
Had pizza and cookies and got sick. They printed the gluten info from their website and I thought the other options were sad. Was regular menu items without the sauce.
Beer and pizza GF yum excellent meal. Will eat here more often
Ordered the gluten free pizza and gluten free pzookie (baked skillet cookie) and felt sick within 15 minutes. Big cross contamination issues here!!!
I got the gluten free pizza. Not good. It tasted like they went to the grocery store, bought a gluten free pizza, then charged me a ton for it. I've had way better gluten free pizza in Columbus, including delivery. Plus our server was a jerk about it and seemed annoyed by my questions about cross contamination. I would not recommend.
My wife has celiac. She made it very clear to the server that she needed her food gluten free. They are VERY slow at this location. Not so good if you have impatient little boys. The first thing to come out was my wife's salad loaded with croutons. The portions were pretty small for the price. The food tasted good once it came out correctly. 2/5 is the max rating I would give this location.
Very particular about keeping gluten free foods separate. Very responsive to celiacs. I had an awesome lunch-- gluten free raspberry beer, chicken and a fabulous gluten free hot Chocolate chip cookie, and the best part was their gluten free root beer float--I haven't had root beer since 1981-- what a treat-- not sick at all-- would definitely go back but I'll need to wear pants with a stretch waistband for all the great gluten free food
delicious food! my boyfriend (non-gf) and I shared the gf pizookie dessert at the end of our meals and he even thought it was amazing. definitely would go back if I'm in the area again.
So glad to find a new gluten-free option in Tallahassee. They understand how to prevent cross contamination. The tomato bisque made for a great starter. For the entree, the balsamic glazed chicken is amazingly tender & tasty. I substituted the mashed potatoes for a baked potato. My friend had the GF Hawaiian pizza which was one of the better GF crusts we've had. We shared the pizzoli (?) which is a warm GF chocolate chip cookie with vanilla ice cream on top. I will definitely be back.
I was so happy to find this place as we were biking and I was starving but the taco places didn't seem safe to me. They have an extensive GF menu and I asked about gluten safety. They assured me they went to great lengths to take precautions. I ordered a Santa Fe salad. The host returned and asked me what kind of dressing I would like since the Santa Fe dressing was not GF. Good sign. I got my food and walked a block to the park. When I opened it I noticed there were tortilla strips on it. The GF menu specifically stated the salad needed to be free of tortilla strips to be GF. So I walked back to the restaurant. They were very apologetic and remade my salad. It was delicious and I ate safely. Bottom line-vigilance is always necessary!
I was worried because of the other review so I made sure to be diligent when ordering. I'm really sensitive with cross contamination so I was sure to let Ed our waiter know. He said they have a special allergy button they push to make sure it's made correctly to avoid cross contamination. I ordered the cfgf pizza Hawaiian style and a baked potato with chicken, chives, and cheese both to split with my husband. I also ordered wyder's pear cider. I noted that on the gluten free menu the potato does not come with Alfredo sauce which it normally does. I was going to mention that but decided to wait to see how they brought it out. The manager brought out the pizza and stated that it was gluten free. The waiter brought out the potato. I noticed melted cheese but also what looked like Alfredo sauce. My husband who is not celiac nor sensitive thought it was cheese but upon tasting it verified it was Alfredo. I asked the server who apologized profusely saying he thought the potato was only for my husband and did not make it gluten free. He took it and brought another one that was gf. He also brought us a free gluten free Pizookie with vanilla ice cream which was amazing! Besides the error and hostess service (which is why I only gave 4 stars instead of 5 stars) it was a great experience and I didn't get sick at all besides the ate a little too much dairy gas. My brother who is also sensitive to gluten but not as sensitive as me also ate with us. He had a patron margarita, salmon with brown rice (I guess rice pilaf is not GF), & a Pizookie w/ ice cream. He also did not get sick. Overall a great experience, you just need to be diligent as always because no one except you will suffer if you get glutened.
New location-just opened. I was super excited because I love BJs brewhouse and have been to BJs before in other locations. Always a fun atmosphere and your friends and family who are able to drink beer will most certainly enjoy their choices on tap. I have always had delicious meals at BJs (before and after going g-free). Since going g-free I have never had any issues at any BJs and have had a variety of meals. Consistency is the key with a chain restaurant, especially with food allergies and celiac- BJs takes that seriously-it was evident as I watched them training the Nanuet staff opening weekend. Good g-free menu, could be bigger, but nice choices. LOVE their berry burst cider. Always have. They also have a g-free beer which I haven't tried yet. Pizza is super thin crust and fantastic-my sister who is not g-free loved my pizza as well. Their menu is clear and the wait staff is very aware of food allergies in general. Only gave it a four because they don't have g-free buns for their burgers, nor do they have a dedicated fryer. Otherwise it'd get a 5 plus. In all honesty I've never had anything other than their pizza and salads even before going g-free because those were so delicious. Go! You won't be disappointed!
11:00 am - 12:00 am
11:00 am - 12:00 am
11:00 am - 12:00 am
11:00 am - 12:00 am
11:00 am - 1:00 am
10:00 am - 1:00 am
10:00 am - 12:00 am