We had to call to ask (couldn’t find it on the website or menu) but they offer dairy free cheese! Gluten free crust has eggs, but regular crust is vegan so both my vegan sister and my gluten/dairy-free self could have pizza. Felt safe with their covid safety practices.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Very good pizza! Got the cheese and herb and had no reaction.
Soooo good They buy the dough from a gluten free bakery and bake it in the oven on a separate foil. While they are extremely cautious and I thank goodness have not gotten sick here they do warn you that there is flour in the air and around because it is a pizzeria. I am extremely sensitive though and have only had positive experiences here. I recommend
First time in 2016 and second time in 2018, good but more expensive for what you get 😟
Went here for the gluten free pizza/flatbread. I travel alot and have had better GF many times. It was good, not great crust. I has the local maple fennel sausage topping which was sadly dry and and pretty tasteless, probably because they cut into small pieces and dries it out. Evolution salad was fresh but unremarkable. Small white pie (cheese and herb) with two toppings (rosemary, sausage) was $18, yikes.
The gluten free pizza was amazing!! It was definitely the best gluten free pizza crust I’ve ever had. And I didn’t get sick after eating here either. It does cost $5.50 extra for gf crust so it might get a little pricey based on what toppings you get, but it was really good!
Cross contamination very possible here. I had a reaction one of five times that I’ve been here, so it’s hit or miss.
Amazing food! Incredibly knowledgeable and accommodating staff! Any of the flatbreads can be made gf and if you tell them you are celiac, they will seat you away from the prep/cook area to avoid flour getting onto your table! Gf flatbreads made/cooked in a separate room.
Delicious gluten free pizza and great service. No reaction to my salad and pizza. Wine selection isn’t great. Highly recommend for the food.
This was my first food adventure away from home (200+ miles) so I was nervous because. I had the herbs and cheese flat. I did pay $5.50 extra. It was so worth it, the crust was great, and I felt fine after.
Best gluten free crust I’ve ever had! But be prepared to pay $5.50 extra
We ate here two days in a row. They were very careful and I was fine both days.
Great place to eat! They cooked my pizza in a separate oven, so no cross contamination. Great waiter very knowledgeable.
Great selection and very good GF crust made in a separate oven.
Gluten free flatbread was just ok, but nice to have that option when dining out.
GF pizza and beer that taste like they should.
AMAZING pizza! We were lucky enough to have an American Flatbread outpost in our neighborhood in Virginia (that closed), so I was so excited to go when in Burlington one afternoon. When sitting down and placing our order, I made clear to our server that both my son and I had celiac. I started with a Citizen Cider and an evolution salad........ yum. Fresh ingredients are a part of all their food. A different server/cook delivered our GF pizzas - New Vermont Sausage and Revolution. DELISH! They know how to make the crusts crunchy enough, something I have a problem with at most other pizza places with GF dough. I realized I made a mistake with the toppings when ordering my son's pizza so we ordered a 3rd GF pizza and the same server returned. I didn't see him delivering any other tables in our area while we were there so that sort of indicated to me that he was the "GF guy". We had leftovers and I am still enjoying the pizza at home in Virginia.
If you have a chance, definitely go. We hope to be at Smugglers Notch in February and will definitely make the trip out for pizza.
Can make celiac friendly pizza if you specifically request it to be not made in the brick oven and then will make it in a separate oven and pan but you have to request, if not they will cook the gluten free crust in the brick oven with all the flour pizza (seems pointless) . Good flavor BUT a Hott mess last night ! screwed up the order, made one pizza celiac friendly, but accidently made my boyfriends pizza gluten free crust also (wasn't supposed to be) told us they were both gluten free so I ate both, but turns out one was made directly on the brick oven with the flour people since it wasn't labeled celiac! Didn't find out till after I ate it!
If I could give less than one star I would. I ordered pizza from here to have with my family. We got three gluten free pizzas. Much to my anguish I discovered that one of the pizzas was not gluten free. Unfortunately I did not realize until after I had eaten two pieces. As I just assumed they had a good crust. Once I ate the other gluten free pizza I found that no, they had given me a gluten filled pizza. Needless to say I am very unhappy and would not suggest this restaurant to anyone with any allergy or even intolerance.
the best pizza I've ever had!! better then Chicago style pizza in Chicago
Pizza is very good. I think $4 extra for gf crust is a bit steep, but it is delicious.
Very, very good. I am a celiac and I was not at all worried about cross-contamination while I was eating, because the women kept assuring me that there was none (without even my asking.) They made my pizza in the back (away from all of the regular pizza making) and cooked it in the fire on a pan. Probably the best GF pizza I have ever had. Also had a VERY yummy gluten free ice cream sandwich which I definitely recommend :)
Fun family friendly restaurant. Great atmosphere. All pies can be made gluten free for $4 extra. Extensive menu and glutenburg ipa available! Will definitely be back.
Pizza is out of this world along with everything else. Some of the best food I have ever eaten gluten free or not. I am a Celiac.
Awesome flatbread pizza and gf beer selection. Ditto to a previous reviewer that said the crust is good enough to make a celiac get a little misty-eyed.
It's a chain but I really like the flatbread here. They take precautions to prevent cross contamination and I've never gotten sick. Lots of variety and the servers are very aware of allergy needs.
LOVE this place. It's the only place I've found where I can have a safe, delicious pizza. I practically wept with joy the first time I ate there. They're a little light on the sauce, but the pizzas are technically flatbreads, I guess. Great texture on the crust, safe workspace and cooking environment.
One of the better crusts I've had, locally and elsewhere! Last I checked, West Meadow Farm bakery makes it for them. Pizza is cooked on a wire rack, which almost eliminated the 'undercooked' feeling of those on a sheet pan. GF beer options decent too.
Good pizza I have never had a reaction!
Pizza crust available- vegan and gf. Changes frequently because they are attempting to get the flavor and texture right. Special prep area, and nice atmosphere.
Was told by the wait staff that they had allergy safe options and could make us a pizza with fresh ingredients. Waitress came back after we had been here 45 minutes to tell us the guy who preps the regular pizzas (who is covered with flour) has been sticking his hands into the cooler with the allergy ingredients.
The nicest thing I can say about tonight is that they comped my GF cider. Now I have a starving celiac child and have to search for another safe option. I cannot say enough about the lack of knowledge of the kitchen staff. I will never return and never recommend this place for celiacs.
Stop their every time we go to Vermont. I have never gotten sick from the pizza and I have celiac disease. They cook the pizza on a separate pan to avoid cross contamination. Just verify that you are sensitive. Overall, great experiences.
Now, they will prepare the pizza in a back kitchen. Obviously the environment isn't completely gluten free as flour is in the air, but Flatbread does everything they can to avoid cross contamination.