2003 18th Street, Spirit Lake, IA 51360
The staff does seem to take care that the gluten free pizza is safe, but I wonder if that is true during busy hours. The crust tends to be undercooked so the pizza is gooey. Use caution if you are Celiac. The staff went through toppings with me and basically only cheese pizza and veg pizza are gluten free. (Not the specialty pizzas or dessert pizzas).
2310 South Louise Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57106
The food is pretty good, I haven't had a problem with cross contamination, but I steer clear of pizza (as it is a shared oven). However, the vegetables and chicken are excellent.
1216 W 41st St, Sioux Falls, SD 57105
You know, the staff was very knowledgeable about cross contamination, but I'm not sure that translated to whoever made my food. They probably can do celiac correctly, just maybe not all employees. I had a gf wrap and salad and was throwing up within five hours of eating it. I went with a friend who does not have celiac and they did not get sick, which is why I believe it was a cross contamination issue.
U.S. 71, Arnolds Park, IA 51331
Fantastic! Only a couple of the sauces are not gluten-free in this establishment and those come on the side. I was very impressed with their dedication to having a safe kitchen free of cross contamination. The Vietnamese inspired menu is naturally gluten-free, so I feel great not eating food with dozens of ingredients (as most gf products have)!
407 Main Street, Cedar Falls, IA 50613
While I didn't have any cross contamination problems (which is always my biggest concern) the pizza crust was pretty gummy, the cheese was barely melted and the three toppings I added were practically non-exsistent. It was basically your basic grocery store gf pizza crust.
5001 S Western Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57108
Well I thought I'd give Braccos a try when family wanted to go. But, at first, I was told I could not order off the gluten-free menu because they were only serving the buffet brunch. Eventually, they let me order off the menu but I was skeptical about the dressings (some said directly they contained soy sauce). So I ordered dressing-less salad with chicken. Bland and boring, but at least safe to eat. Would never come back with the expense seeing as there are much better, flavorful options in Sioux Falls.
777 Grand Ave, St Paul, MN 55105
Dedicated fryers, all gluten free menu (minus the 3 bread item), helpful and friendly staff. This was the BEST gluten-free meal I have ever eaten at a restaurant. (Celiac who easily gets sick at the the smallest cross contamination).
1716 S Western Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57105
Not too many choices, but the waitstaff were very knowledgeable about gluten-free. Excellent experience on a busy night.
113 GRAND AVENUE, SPENCER, IA 51301
I spoke with the employees about cross contamination risk with gluten free pizza and was very impressed with their knowledge and training. It still tastes like a so-so pizza, but that is how I felt with their pizza before I ate gluten free.
401 East 8th Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57103
Excellent food! Gracious and kind staff. The gluten free bread is kind of like a deflated quinoa cookie-which makes it a little bitter. But I appreciate her use of whole grains.
600 N Main Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57104
I have eaten here numerous times and am incredibly impressed by the gluten-free pizza. It is made with a whole grain sorghum flour blend instead of the cheap sugary rice flour that so many gluten free products are made of. Best place in town to eat and feel safe as a Celiac.