My mom loves the gluten-free zPizza option and that's really the most important part. For me, since I do not have to eat gluten-free - the pizza crust always seems rubbery. The pizza crust is never cut completely so we have to tear each piece apart with ends poorly. It tastes quite sweet, too. Sweeter than their normal pizzas. Overall, it's a great option for my mother and she's very satisfied. Their online menu allows you to view only they gluten-free items. This helps a lot when ordering!
I have eaten here and not gotten sick. if you tell them that you have a gluten allergy, they will be extra cautious about cleaning the prep area and using different utensils. The crust is thin yet chewy. So far, I like their crust the best of the local gluten free pizza that I've tried. They have gourmet toppings and don't charge extra to get a pizza gluten free. Unfortunately, the lunch special of pizza by the slice does not include the gluten free pizzas. none of the sandwiches are gluten free, only the pizza.
I got really sick eating here. They use a special paddle, change their gloves and use good handling procedures right up to the point where they put the GF crust on the stone with the regular pizzas. Other locations put the gluten free pizzas on a pan when firing them which keeps them from being contaminated. This is not a good restaurant for customers avoiding gluten for medical reasons.
This place is amazing. I love their employees. The manager is highly educated and aware of minimizing contamination and trains people to be meticulous (his cousin has celiac). I've never once had a problem with their pizza, which is amazing because I can't even walk into a bakery these days. The crust is delicious, but full of refined flour, so I can't overdo it without feeling a little over-starched. (this is also a plus or else I'd eat here every day!) The tomato and marinara sauces are to die for. The veggie toppings are fresh and delicious. They take care of problems promptly and graciously. But in over a year of regular pizza parties, I've never ONCE been glutened. I moved out of the area and miss them very much. I don't trust other locations like I trust this one.
They are really careful with cross contamination. Staff was great. Pizza was thin and crisy, really good.
This restaurant is horrible and customer service is non existent. When THEY made the mistake of serving my Celiac child a regular pizza, and he was up all night vomiting, they did nothing! I couldn't get the manager or owner to call me back. They offered not so much as an apology. I will NEVER spend money there again.
The gf crust is amazing!
wow, best GF pizza around! They use fresh ingredients. The pizza combos are light and flavorful. The Mexican and Santa Fe.pizza are amazing. My gluten eating, "GF tastes horrible" husband always steals a piece and loves the GF crust. They also include the glutenfree pizzas in their specials, which we appreciate. It's frustrating when a company excludes the glutenfree pizzas from any specials.
They have a delicious gluten free crust and I believe they have a separate prep and cutting station as well. I had no cross contamination symptoms and I also like this place because they use a lot of organic ingredients to make their pizzas. They also have delicious salads!
Pizzeria dine in area is small but worth the wait. They have a menu listing all ingredients that are GF. Pizza was tasty and was fine for the Celiac people in our group. They advertise their ingredients as Organic. They have 2 GF pizza sizes - small (10") and large (14"). 10" GF pizza with 2 toppings was $18, 1 topping was $17. A non-GF 10" pizza with about 5 toppings (American Pizza) was $13. So the up charge for GF is significant.