I have Crohn's Disease and try to follow a gluten free/sugar free diet. I have found that it has drastically helped my symptoms and actually staying gluten free is easier than going sugar free. My twin sister has Celiac's Disease, so we help each other try to find great places to eat and great recipes to make!
182 Falon Lane, Altoona, PA 16602
Pizza was very good. It is a homemade crust that they cook on a foil pan and it is six cuts. I got the specialty pizza with a lot of toppings and it was very reasonably priced. They also had a gluten free sugar free chocolate truffle cake that looks very good.
336 Fourth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Very good gluten free pizza, crispy, cooked well!
1002 Suncrest Towne Centre Drive, Morgantown, WV 26505
All pizzas and sandwiches can be made gluten free and their wings are gluten free. Good selection of ciders and gluten free beer. No desserts :-(. The waitress was really nice and answered any questions.
1742 Fairmont Avenue, Fairmont, WV 26554
I was super excited to go here since I am in West Virginia on business and it is hard to find places out of town to go to. But then I was super disappointed that they have gluten free pasta on the menu but when I asked for it they said they don't have it any more. So I got a redbridge, hot sausage (GF), and a house salad. The house salad wasn't very good and not worth the $6. The hot sausage would have been better on pasta or with GF bread. So I brought the extras back with me. They did redeem themselves; however, with the gluten free sugar free chocolate cake that was very good. I spoke with the manager and she said that due to so many people requesting the pasta they are bringing it back at some point, but they are worried about the cross contamination. So if you are really sensitive and they have it, I would ask about how they cook it and the cross contamination. They did seem very knowledgeable and willing to talk about it.
2056 Saxonburg Boulevard, Gibsonia, PA 15044
They have just started selling a 10'' gluten free pizza. The crust is cooked on its own tray and they have seperate utensils to use for cutting. If you are truely sensitive, when you order the pizza, make sure you tell them to use the seperate utensils. I have talked to the owner and some of the workers there and they are excited to be offering this to the community and seem to try to be educated on what that means. The pizza is very good!! The cost is approx. $8-10/per pizza, depending on what toppings you get.