When I was not gluten free I loved this restaurant however the GF pizza was not as good as Udi's frozen GF pizza. The up side is this restaurant is very accommodating for people with food allergies:)
very good and safe to eat!
I ordered the spinach dip assuming it was with corn chips, as this is my go to safe appetizer. And they actually serve theirs with pita bread and I told my server I have an allergy and can't have it. She asked if I'd like the cook to make some pita slices from the GF dough....Um, YES! It was delicious. And the pizza was as expected, thin and medium sized but very delicious as well. I didn't get any tummy aches or anything, besides the fact I ate far too much! 😋 Love this place, highly recommend.
This location is a good and clean. Nice atmosphere. Gluten free pizza is pretty good with unique topping options.
topping were great crust not so much... go to mellow mushroom instead
Gluten free pizza crust for extra charge, which is fine because after 10pm every day they do buy one get one free pizza and appetizers. When you order the GF crust it's placed inside a separate cooking tin so that it won't be contaminated by the other wheat based crusts on the pizza oven. And I'm sure that like most GF bread products it can be hit or miss but the pizza ingredients are top notch and service is usually excellent. My pizzas were great and they even have my favorite ciders that I enjoyed while my friends had their beers. I highly recommend it.
The GF crust from my experience was horrible! It was soft and was like uncooked thin crust. Thumbs down
GF crust available for an extra $2
Was super excited about having somewhere to take my daughter who has a gluten sensitivity. We are new to GF and read the reviews and decided to go as a back to school treat. They have options but please confirm that it's GF with your wait staff before you eat it. I asked the food runner and she said that it was the GF pizza crust. My daughter ate it and 10 minutes later was hurting. Manager let us know they brought the wrong pizza out. Thank goodness she's not highly allergic. They were very apologetic but I felt helpless as we had done everything right and I knew she would be hurting all night. :(
The GF crust was good and my kids liked it! Asked if the pepperoni was GF and waitress said yes. GF pizza appeared to be cooked in its own pizza tin. Unfortunately, both my kiddos woke up with severe belly pains and diarrhea. One can't even eat lunch she hurts so bad. We won't be going back... 😢
Excellent selection on the GF menu. Minor inconvenience: you need the regular menu, as the GF menu lacks descriptions of the pizzas, and the individual pizzas are not listed in the same sequence on the two different menus. The crust itself was average: had that rubbery consistency that assures you they didn't get the order wrong; however, the pizzas were otherwise very good. GF dough is placed on aluminum pan and put in separate area of oven. I've eaten there twice without a reaction. Friendly service, too.
Loved it. Ask for the GF menu, lots of options and the pizza is GREAT. ($3 surcharge for the GF crust, but it's worth it.) had a note in the menu that they prepare GF pizzas in a separate section of the kitchen to avoid cross contamination. They had a nice deal for half a salad and half a pizza for, I think, $10.95. I'll go here often.
Tobin the manager was extremely helpful with allergies as he himself suffers from nut allergy. they use daiya cheese for pizzas and have great options. best part is they dont nickle and dime you. only a 3 dollar surcharge for the gf crust 3.00. highly suggest if you live nearby to make it a favorite place!
pizza was very good just burnt around edges
I've been here twice now and both times, I've really enjoyed my food. The first time, I got the Carribean Jerk pizza on their gluten free crust. It was really good! Second time, I went for lunch and got the half pizza half salad special. I got the 4x4 on gluten free crust and their spinach salad. The pizza was absolutely delicious. The salad was pretty good too. The only downside is they charge $3 extra for gluten free crust, so it's a little on the expensive side. They have a separate kitchen for prepping and cooking gluten free pizzas, it's in a completely different room. I have Celiac and haven't gotten sick. Definitely my favorite pizza place!
Love the pizza, which you can get with gluten free crust, and the atmosphere! I'm not sure if there is any gluten-free beer or a dedicated prep area for gf pizza, but I had no reaction. I don't have celiacs so if you're really sensitive, I wouldn't risk it.
I always get the Margarita pizza and it is almost always yummy. One time the crust was soggy and they can also be a little greedy with the cheese. I have eaten here many times and I have never gotten sick. It seems they take great caution to avoid cross contamination.
Really delicious gf pizza. It isn't the crust with the round circles on the bottom. Dough comes in its own foil little pan & is cooked in separate part of the kitchen. So no issues with cross contamination on pans! I had the Mediterranean chicken pizza. Spinach, tomatoes, roast chicken & feta. So good! They also have a vegan cheese option. Loved it & will definitely be back!
Toppings are great but the crust is funny and under cooked CONSISTENTLY. Salad came out with a huge chunk of bread and the same salad was sent back out replated with no real effort to conceal (first salad had dressing on top, second dressing was on the bottom). UNHAPPY.
Update: I just tried Brixx again in August 2015. Didn't have any reactions...Yay! But the food was disgusting. I had a salad with chicken. 2014: I ate off of the gluten free menu and definitely had gluten in my entree. Luckily, I tried it before taking my kids there. We won't be going back.
Although trendy and friendly, GF pizza from Brixx is ultimately a disappointment. I'm glad they're trying to satisfy gluten-sensitive customers and the toppings aren't bad at all. But the crust, oh the nasty crust. Many of you have already experienced this Rich food GF abomination, served in its own aluminum tray to avoid cross contamination. Unfortunately, the aluminum also reflects the oven heat away from the crust leaving it unbaked and terrible tasting. Sorry, Brixx. Sample some GF Z Pizza and learn how to do this right.
Pretty decent gf crust. Even good cold, which is a rarity in my experience. Got the Wild Mushroom, and the rotating hard cider draft (some local VA one I forget the name of ). Delish. I wrote this several hours later. Definitely not glutened. But didn't watch them make the pie, so I can't say how well they protect against cc. It's not my usual style of pizza (Jersey girl in the house) , but for what it is, it's pretty damn good.
Offer gf pita wedges for appetizers and gf pizza options. Staff is very friendly!
The GF pizza is really good. And they can creat GF options for the appetizers using GF dough.
Would have given 5 stars but was wondering why I always felt bad after I ate GF pizza and the where very careful and baking in separate pans. After speaking to a manager she told me that many of the condiments I've been putting on my GF pizza was not GF :0 always always get the GF menu and the allergy list they have.
Great service but not very good gluten free crust. I've had better gluten free pizza elsewhere in the area
Sorry to have to report, but I had a reaction after eating at this restaurant. I told the waiter I had an issue with gluten and was told not to worry. They put the pizza in an aluminum pan. This was the only thing I had to eat and had water to drink. Left the restaurant and was to go to a movie with my husband but had to go home and be sick the rest of the night . Not happy .
It was the first time that I tried gluten free/dairy free pizza. It came on a special pan, the toppings were really yummy and it had enough "cheese". It was reasonably priced, and the server took pride in the product that he brought out. Of course it is not the real thing, but it is not worth getting sick just for a taste of real pizza. Having mentioned the big S word, I did not have any reaction whatsoever.
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