3129 Fairlane Cir, Allen Park, MI 48101 Directions

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They offer a gluten free pizza crust. Cross contamination likely, so not celiac friendly. They do ask if you would like them to change their gloves down the line, and use separate mats for pressing the dough. Pick all of your own toppings. Thin crust pizza but great flavor and quick.

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Gluten Free Features

  • Allergen List
  • Pizza

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  • Dairy-Free Friendly
  • Late Night
  • Lunch
  • Plant Based
  • Takeout
  • Vegan Friendly

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Celiac

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Not safe for celiacs. They tired their best to ensure no cross continuation but unfortunately, it still happened. Got very sick from eating here. They have a gluten free crust and will change gloves but share an oven.

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Gluten free pizza is wonderful! They are very careful to change gloves, wipe down the machine that presses the dough, and they know which ingredients have gluten. Highly recommend this place. We go there 2 times a month!

Celiac

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Gluten free and cauliflower crust options. Great pizza!!

Not celiac

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I’d come back to Blaze in a heartbeat. 3 different GF crust options (including keto and cauliflower), super friendly staff. May not be celiac friendly due to cross contamination but I didn’t get “glutoned” despite being fairly sensitive.

Celiac

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Not safe for celiac. They changed their gloves and have a separate line the pizza goes through. It is the same oven but they have a dedicated spot for GF. The staff very knowledgeable and friendly about going above to ensure safety. I had no problems and would eat here again, but really taking a chance as it goes in the same oven and the dough press is also the same. Pizza was delicious though and we made our own veggie GF pizza.

Celiac

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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One of the more Celiac friendly restaurants. I’ve gone three times in the past month. When you order the gluten free crust, they will ask you if it is a preference or an allergy. I let them know that it is severe (Celiac). The first time, they wrote a note on my paper to “change gloves” and they did. Second time, she didn’t change gloves so I had to ask. Third time I went, he changed gloves told me he would wipe things down before preparing my dough. He actually thoroughly cleaned the dough press. All depends on who you get, but the pro is that you watch your food get prepared during the whole process and you can watch for contamination issues. Gluten free crusts are kept on a round mat the whole time so that when it is placed in the oven, it doesn’t get cross-contaminated there. They use a different pizza cutter for gluten free crusts also. Lots of precautions. However there is still a chance for cross-contamination issues. Examples would be scoops spreading sauce from one crust to the next, or workers touching ingredients that someone else has touched with contaminated gloves. Also, I’ve learned that some shredded cheeses are covered in cellulose to prevent them from caking and sometimes the cellulose is made of wheat (not always, it can be made of lots of things). I opt for the Veg Out pizza because it comes with sauce “dallops” where they drop the sauce on and don’t actually touch the crust to spread the sauce around. I’ve never gotten sick at Blaze so far. However, Blaze does have a statement online that they would not consider themselves to be Celiac friendly due to the risk of cross-contamination.

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Great service. It was no big deal, they knew exactly what to do. The only thing is the paper they write your order on comes from an area with visible flour. This ends up touching your pizza at the end.

Celiac

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No

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The way the pizza was maid,they use the sauce for gluten and non gluten. They cleaned the machine with a dry paper.

Celiac

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Watch the person at the oven. That’s where my pizza would get tossed on the grate before it went in the box. Other than that it’s been great. But I probably won’t go back. Too much stress

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Safety


How confident are you that this establishment takes safety precautions against cross-contamination?

— Somewhat

Safety Feature Ratings
  • Other dedicated kitchen equipment (oven, toaster, pots, pans, utensils, etc.)
  • Staff is knowledgeable and can answer questions
  • Staff will clean kitchen space or change gloves if asked
On Safety

The staff there is hit or miss. One time I went in, they were very good with my instructions. They changed gloves and used different utensils. There is no separate oven.

Quality & Quantity


Is there a gluten-free menu?

— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu

How much of the menu is available gluten-free?

— Not Much

How would you rate the taste and quality of the gluten-free food you tried?

— Good

On Quality & Quantity

The crust is thin, but very enjoyable. However, it is very, very greasy when it comes out of the oven. The overall pizza was good. You cn also ask for no crotons on the salad, and they don't put on the dressing themselves. It comes in a little container.

Other


Other Characteristics
  • Good for dairy-free
  • Good quality & quantity of healthy options
  • Good vegan options
  • Good for takeout
  • Offers delivery
Celiac

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Celiac friendly?

No

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They have gf crust, use a separate cutter, and will get safe ingredients, however, the mats they use to cook the gf pizza are not cleaned in between uses and there is no guarantee that the oven down side will not be the pizza side the next time so there is a huge chance of significant cross contamination. I ordered a pizza because i was assured it would Be safe but after watching how it was made i didnt eat it and gave it to my friends.

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I would not eat here if you have celiac. They used the gf dough on the regular dough smasher. They were annoyed that i pointed it out and said that’s how they do it now. We walked out of line and haven’t been back.

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Blaze Pizza has become my go to for GF pizza. They offer 3 different types of GF crust: cauliflower, GF crust, and Keto crust that is also GF. They press the GF dough separately, change gloves, and when it comes time to put the pizza in the fire oven they place it on a rubber looking disc to avoid cross contamination. I have never had any problems eating here!

Celiac

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No

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Celiac kid worked there. Definitely not safe for celiac. Great if you want gluten free because you are trendy

Celiac

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Delicious pizza with different gluten free crust options but they really don’t alert their employees about glove changes you have to tell each person on the line to change their gloves. And cross contamination can easily occur. I have yet to get sick but I also do take gluten digestion pills prior to eating here just in case . Sometimes I crave a good pizza that has many options.

Celiac

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Precautions are taken: changed gloves, different sauce, mat under pizza in oven. But still a cross contamination nightmare. Crumbs were everywhere so I probably wouldn’t go again.

Celiac

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We do pretty well here but aren’t super sensitive. They have several different crusts that are GF. No question there will be cross contamination but they try with glove changes, different ladle for sauce and diff pizza cutters. They dip hands in other toppings so for sure there is some exchange.

Not celiac

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Staff took care to change gloves, put a special mat under the pizza while in oven and use a separate pizza cuter. I thanked the manager and he said his daughter has Celiacs so he “gets it”.

Celiac

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Yes

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Not sure about other locations but prior to 1st time my celiac daughter ate there they have made significant changes if you specifically tell them celiac not just preference. I Still watch closely to make sure they do their best to avoid cross contamination but so far since the changes have been made my daughter has not been sick.

Celiac

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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I always order their gluten free pizza and it doesn’t taste like cardboard. It actually taste really good and they are really careful with cross contamination. 10/10 recommend to people like me who can’t eat gluten and to vegans.

Celiac

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Never had a problem. I’m Celiac.

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The staff was very knowledgeable of being gluten-free. They use dedicated bins for gluten-free sauces and dedicated utensils and pans. The lady that fixed my pizza washed her hands and changed gloves before touching my pizza dough. She then followed down the line fixing my pizza instead of passing it onto the other fixers. I was very impressed with the way they handled my food. Will definitely be going back there.

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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They had a couple different gluten free crust options. They asked if a needed glove or ladle changes when I request a GF crust. Most of the toppings were also safe. In my opinion the pizza itself could have used more cheese, but I think that could be requested. Overall felt safe eating here.

Celiac

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they offer gluten free crust and take steps in the pizza making process to avoid cross contamination. change gloves, different ladles for sauce, they even put it on it's own mat when in the oven. I have never had any reaction from eating here

Celiac

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They have HOMEMADE gluten free crust! I ordered that and they asked if I wanted everyone to change their gloves, which they did. They took me over to a separate section to choose my pizza toppings so I wouldn’t get any cross-contamination. The pizza was so delicious, affordable, and I felt great after eating it!

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If you tell them you have an allergy they go the extra mile. I always eat there and never had a problem

Celiac

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No

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Cross contamination nightmare, don’t do it

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Lots of options!! Very knowledgeable staff.

Celiac

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Pizza was amazing GF crust was hand made dough

Celiac

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Yes

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Both times we’ve been since diagnosed, they are very good at glove change, separate serving utensils and baking pan, and if an employee doesn’t know protocol, they ask a manager

Celiac

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Very nice staff who have been trained to treat Gluten free seriously with no attitude. Thank you so much!!!!

Celiac

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Yes

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I have ordered GF Pizza from this restaurant twice once in person and once ordered via DoorDash with my son who has celiac and we have been happy both times. Thank you for being diligent in making sure everything is gluten-free and celiac friendly. The GF pizza and also the cauliflower crust pizza are both delicious.

Celiac

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They ask if it’s an allergy or preference and do change gloves but that’s where it stops. Same utensils for sauce and toppings, then they put it directly on the same cooking surface as the regular crust. From there it gets pulled out and cut on the same surface using the same slicer. I’ll be sick I’m sure.

Celiac

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I’ve eaten there 20+ times and haven’t gotten sick. They change their gloves and use separate cutters, etc. It sometimes looks a little sketchy... just with them using shared surfaces, but they have the GF pizza on a mat so it’s supposedly safe

Celiac

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I've been there twice, first time was amazing, they kept everything separate, asked if I needed gloves changed, all the standard stuff when you've got a celiac in your building. My second time today was a little more lax, and me, being naive and with my guard down, didn't pay as much attention, but the warning signs were all there that I should have been more careful. There was a new guy who really wasn't paying attention, kept trying to do stuff with my pizza and not respecting the GF crust. Well I still ate it, felt pretty foggy shortly after starting and knew something was off. I took the rest home and tested it in my Nima Gluten tester and it turned up positive for gluten. I'm really disappointed because they are great tasty pizza, but 50/50 chance of getting gluten is not a good time. It's a great place, you just gotta watch them like a hawk and remember there is flour flying all over the place. I'd call it gluten sensitive safe, not celiac safe.

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Do have separate press again for gluten free pizza.

Celiac

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No

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GF pizzas are on the menu, however the flour is flying and the “GF” pizzas are cooked in the same ovens as the gluten pizzas. Cross contamination is guaranteed.

Celiac

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I let them know it was an allergy and the woman making my pizza took precautions (wore gloves, used fresh spoon for sauce) but there’s real no way to completely avoid cross contact here. I have celiac and haven’t gotten sick here before, but it’s definitely risky! There’s no GF way to get the pesto base (it’s a paintbrush), and you probably need to remind the guy who takes it out of the oven to do a glove change/use a new cutter/etc. Blaze also has vegan options/multiple gf crusts to pick from.

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I have been to a few Blaze Pizza’s around the country and this is probably my least favorite. Staff seems disinterested and upset when they have to change their gloves. They still cross contaminate items even thought it is an allergy (same sauce bucket as regular pizzas, each that staff member that works on the pizza doesn’t change gloves). The atmosphere is chaotic and I usually feel a little sick after eating here. Won’t be going back to this location. I recommend giving one in another city a try!

Celiac

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The website says they take precautions but the person who was taking orders said they just changed gloves. I asked if they would open fresh toppings. She asked the supervisor who said they would make it in thef back with all fresh stuff. The food is cooked in the same oven as tall pizzas. You also have to ask them not to cut the pizza or they might just use the used cutters

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Staff was very accommodating and knowledgeable. They used separate sauces, changed gloves, baked pizza in oven on gluten free mat, and used separate cutting utensils.

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Delicious GF crust pizza!! They have 3 GF crust options including vegan, keto and cauliflower. They ask if you require a glove change.

Celiac

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The only pizza I consider worth eating in the area! I think the secret to good GF pizza is fresh dough and a pizza oven- which Blaze uses. They’re also great about changing gloves, making sure your GF dough is on a clean surface, and using separate sauce (though I did have to ask for this once- no big deal). Super sensitive to CC and so far I’ve never been sick. So good!

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Person who took my order was knowledgeable about gluten and cross contamination, and told me very honestly that he could not guarantee GF because of the flour in the air. I ordered salad and he kindly made it in the back with fresh salad trays. I saw my son’s GF pizza taken out of the oven and put on the counter with part of its crust overlapping a regular gluten pizza. I would say keep an eye on your pizza if you order a GF one.

Celiac

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Celiac friendly?

Yes

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Eaten here with celiacs about 3 times over the last 3 months. Great hand-made pizza. Great vegetarian and GF options. These guys have a good system to keep GF pizza as GF pizza. Recommended.

Celiac

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Have eaten here with celiac family members many times over last year - great pizza. Last time was a month ago. Every pizza comes GF. Each pizza is prepared custom - even the pizza dough. Staff extremely educated - they have a great system to keep the GF pizza, GF. Recommended.

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Yes

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One of our favorites! They even have dairy free cheese options!

Celiac

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Celiac friendly?

No

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Offers three different types of gf pizza crust, but oh-so-very cross-contaminated!!!! You can watch your pizza go down the line and see how many times it is cross-contaminated. Staff taking orders could not explain difference between 3 crusts, had to call over manager, who did, but did not get toppings or sauces from the back. The 2 gf pies in our order were pushed to the back of the oven to be further cross-contaminated, and one so badly burnt it was unedible. They replaced the burnt pizza, but that won't make us any less sick.

Celiac

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Celiac friendly?

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The staff were very accommodating and immediately asked if I wanted a glove change. They have 3 (!!!) different types of GF pizza dough (regular GF, keto, and cauliflower). I got the regular GF crust and made my own pizza. Price was okay, a bit on the expensive side for fast casual but definitely worth it. Such a good option for delicious and safe GF pizza! So many toppings to choose from.

Celiac

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Celiac friendly. Cross contamination possible because of the oven and person making your food. Never had an issue but you never know. Awesome variety of crusts and toppings!

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