03/04/2020 Update:After my initial review, Angelinas has moved to a new facility. After reading more recent reviews here we spoke with them. Although they still make regular dough in their facility, they now have a separate prep area and oven for gluten free pizza. I have now eaten several pizzas and have not had any symptoms. This is the only place I will eat pizza. It is spendy but a good option for an occasional splurge. I got very sick after eating here. After I had eaten I went to pay at the register and there was flour everywhere. This is definitely not celiac safe. We ate here based on reviews of how good the pizza is, not worth it.
Pretty good pizza, and they delivered to our hotel. I called to ask, and they told me they have a separate kitchen area for GF pizza, and the pizzas are cooked in a separate oven, on pans. I didn’t get sick!
It’s expensive but good. They definitely load up on toppings but it’s just super expensive. I would try something else.
This is some of the better gf pizza I've had. The only thing I did not like was the price, $14 is a tad spendy for a 10 inch crust.
We were so excited when we read the reviews for the gluten free pizza. We gave it a go and we weren't impressed. Crust is store bought and toppings were not very fresh (chicken had fake grill marks, tomato sauce tasted bland). Also, it was really expensive. It's the kind of pizza I could make easily at home with grocery ingredients. Skip this one -there's got to be a better GF pizza in town.
Very nice gluten free crust. A little spendy ($18 for a 10") pizza but lots of delicious toppings of good, tasty quality. My gluten-eating friends really loved sharing a calzone.
YUMmmm! Best GF pizza ever! Also the garlic cheese bread is so good! It's worth the 15 minute drive out of cannon beach! GO!
The best gluten-free crust in town!! Awesome variety of fresh toppings and homemade sauces! Friendly, efficient knowledgeable staff!