Foil liner so pizza does not touch counter which may have flour on it and designated pizza cutter
Definitely not celiac friendly. I watched the chefs use their hands to flip real dough and then touch the toppings. They then used their same flour covered hands to touch toppings for a gf pizza order. I also watched them use a little black cutter on a gf pizza after having it sit right on top of a counter covered in flour. I would definitely advise anyone with celiac to stay far away from here.
It wasn't bad, but it wasn't good. I've had better tasting gf pizza from Dominos. Got the plain cheese on the GF crust. Yes, the crust was softer and bread like. But there was barely any cheese on it and the tomato sauce wasn't seasoned at all. I don't know about their regular pizza, but if you're looking for a decent gf replacement for a real Jersey pizza or tomato pie, this isn't it. But they did cook it on its own tray to avoid cross contaminationin the oven. So, if you're looking for a quick bite to eat and not bad pizza, it works. If you're trying to replace real NJ pizza, I'm open to suggestions.
Gf pizza was great. Wings also gf. Server was knowledgeable and friendly. Good place. I have celiacs
$18 for my own personal pizza but tasty and nice to have softer dough for once. Celiacs are use to thin hard crunchy pizza. You can add any toppings. Pizza is served on a foil pan that it was cooked in so there is no cross contamination in the stone grill. Comes with GF plastic pizza cutter. No tummy pains! Not as tasty reheated as a leftover, so enjoy it fresh!
GREAT gluten free pizza, although it is a bit pricey. They do sell regular pizza so I was nervous about cross contamination but they are very gracious and accommodating. All gf pizzas come with their own pizza cutter. I had no issues after eating here :)