I worked here at one point and I can assure you that if you have celiac‘s disease you will get sick from there gluten free pizza. They do not separate the products that they use on the gluten-free pizza from the products that they use on regular pizza. Frequently they do not even wash their hands before making a gluten-free pizza after making several regular pizzas. There is 100% a huge chance for cross-contamination!
"What is serious disease? What ceriac? I dont know what that means. Our gf pizzas are cooked in the same oven." Talked to 2 different employees neither had a clue. I'm not going to risk it.
The food was VERY good and the best gluten free pizza I've had. Also the bagels were very good. No cross contamination.
being aware of Celiac's most of my adult life, I have tried a lot of different pizzas. this crust is not a frozen prebake, and absolutely one of my top gluten free pizzas.
We were visiting the area for a conference and searched the FindMe GlutenFree app and thought we would try Brick House. What a great surprise! The GF crust was not one of those commercially pre-baked crusts and had good texture and lots of flavor. The young man at the register answered my questions about the sauces (I tend to interrogate) and was very helpful. I ordered the Italian pizza which included some great GF Alfredo sauce and was ecstatic with the great flavors and textures. I highly recommend this spot as a pizza destination!
Brickhouse has amazing gluten free pizza! i recommend it!