Limited gluten free menu however the pizza was delicious. Pepperoni and sausage available
My husband and I were in the area for vacation and needed to find GF food for me. He saw this chain had fairly favorable reviews for their GF food, so we gave it a try. We were pleasantly surprised! The man who waited on us showed us the separate pizza cutter they use for GF pizza. (I forgot to ask about a separate ladle, though, so you may want to double check.) He also said they are very careful because they don't want to get anyone sick. It reassured me that he was aware that sickness would be the result of cross contamination. We got a cheese pizza and a big garden salad. They had no info on the gluten in their dressings, so I had my share of the salad without dressing. The pizza itself was surprisingly good! The sauce and cheese were really good (tasted like a Greek pizza place's pizza) and the crust was surprisingly soft. The salad was very fresh, though it was heavy on the lettuce and light on everything else. And, the best part, I didn't get sick... no whammies! We would definitely eat here again.
Serves gluten-free pizza. Must request separate prep areas/utensils when preparing. Crust not impressive in the least and sorely lacking, but it did not make me sick and they have delivery. Full review on my blog: http://www.eatingoutwithout.com/2014/12/seasons-pizza-review.html
dining here was worst mistake we've ever made! Went for their gf chicken parm & calzone. staff warned us against the chicken, so we got pizzas instead. Cross-contamination evident because 2 of us got a gluten reaction before we left the table! AVOID THIS PLACE.
Seasons is our "go to" pizza place. We haven't had any issues with Celiac cross contamination (yet) and my one daughter typically knows when she has been inadvertently "glutened". We have picked up and I do worry about cross contamination when it is busy but so far, so good. They must have their process down pretty well. My daughters' favorite GF pizza in the area.
GF pizza wasn't that good. Doughy and small. The hunt continues...
Pizza is great and you can usually get the g/f pizza as part of the medium special.
best gluten free pizza I've had yet.
The dough is probably frozen, but it's decent. They have a good selection of toppings to make your own pizza. I've only ever ordered online for delivery and it automatically gives you the special price for a medium (the only size for GF). I'm sure there is a potential for cross-contamination with the sauce/toppings, but I've never had a problem with it.
GF pizza was pretty good. They cook it on an aluminum pan instead of directly on the grill to avoid contact. They are kinda small, though.
I called about GF pizza. They have GF dough but use the same sauce, cheese and ingredients as for the regular pizza. Zero comprehension of cross contamination. I plan to stay far away and would reccomend the same for anyone looking for truly GF food.
The new gluten free Italian specialties are very good. I enjoy their salads as well. Might be in danger of cross contamination with the salads, but I have not had any issues thus far. This is a great place for delivery, which is hard to find in this area on a gluten free diet.