Crust was fresh from freezer and while it said GF dedicated space, the pizza was cooked in the same oven at the gluten pizzas, without parchment. Employees were all sullen during our visit, Saturday night at 8:00. The place felt like a small Chuckie Cheese with the kiddy arcade with tickets and prizes. More square footage defined as arcade than dining area. The BBQ we had was not warm enough when it got to the table, but was fine otherwise.
Gluten free pizza was excellent...12" for $13....
I'm from Reno and only went to this place when I was in Sac because I saw it on FMGF, and pizza sounded good. I saw it's kid-friendly and another reviewer said her son's team had an after party there, and I was like, okay, fits into common pizza place profile. Just a fair warning: this is an arcade. Nothing wrong with that, and my boyfriend and I were laughing ourselves silly that it turned out so, but we were happy we went. We got the Phat BBQ pizza on the 8" crust for $6!! What a steal. It was loaded with meat and cheese and just fantastic. The good and bad part is that the crust wasn't an integral part of the pizza experience; it was only a vehicle for the other ingredients and wasn't exciting on its own. Depends on what kind of pizza you like. I would recommend it for loaded toppings, but for something like just a pepperoni pizza, I'm not sure I would bother despite the low price. Our service was kind of slow, too, considering we only ordered an 8". All in all, the selected pizza combo was delicious, it's a fun atmosphere, and at least worth trying.
My sons soccer team had their end of the year party here, so I didn't expect much. However I was surprised at how many GF options they had as well as how delicious it was!! I will be back many times for sure!