My waiter was knowledgeable and the food was actually quite good. I wish they had an option for a gluten-free garlic bread/breadstick. But other than that no complaints!
I have eaten here several times and have never been cross contaminated. The pizza is cooked in a separate oven and it is square vs. round to keep it from getting cross contaminated. The kitchen has a dedicated GF area where the pizza is put together. The salad bar is as always, at your own risk....but the waitress was kind enough to make mine in the back with whatever I wanted on it....I have always found this establishment to be very accommodating for my disease as a Celiac!
You can't here due to intense cross contamination.
I went in expecting to get a gluten free pizza but they can't offer one that is entirely gluten free. The pizza is backed in the same oven add every other pizza along with all the flour that affects those with celiac. I didn't end up eating here since salad is the only item guaranteed to be gluten free.
We asked for a GF menu when we went in and they were very friendly. They put their garlic butter spread on a GF pizza crust. My son loved it! Kind of $$$ though.
I had a good experience here. The staff was very helpful. My only issue is the very limited selection.
The pizza I had was great and the waiter was very knowledgeable. He told me what sauces and even soups that I could eat.
Good gluten free pizza. Most gf pizza crusts are super thin, but their crust was actual crust, which was nice. Waiter was helpful in fixing me a side salad that made sure to have no croutons/gluten. I've come here a few times and it's been good.
The staff was really nice and the regular pizza were good but due to high level of cross contamination I’ve been quite sick all night long.
GF pizza was just ok. I wasn't super impressed.
I didn't actually eat here. I went based on the review but can't say I have tried the food myself. We weren't served after 15 minutes and the restaurant was filthy. It was full of unbussed tables despite 8 staff standing at the front chatting. The menu was so filthy it was shocking. I'm assuming we caught them on an off night, but we decided to go elsewhere. They were also not licensed to serve alcohol when we went. We went up the street to Outback Steakhouse and had a decent meal.
We had a great meal here. Make sure to call ahead to order gluten free pizza or pasta, as it takes longer, so that you can eat at the same time as your non-gf companions. They had free homemade root beer on the night we went and it was delicious! There is a large salad bar with lots of fruits and veggies. The soups are NOT gf.
I have always had a good experience eating here. The staff has always been very accommodating. The pizza is fixed in a separate area and is made in the shape of a square vs. round to make sure everyone is aware it is GF. The spaghetti is cooked in a separate pan, I am so sensitive I asked if it had ever had gluten boiled in it and I was told no. I was not contaminated....The salad bar has lots of options but you have to be careful of cross contamination due to others not being careful while scooping food. The one time the salad bar was a mess, our waiter went in the back and made me a salad and put anything I wanted on it. This is a great option for eating out!
They were completely out of everything gluten free on Valentine's weekend. Waiter ignored us for most of the night once he said they were out of everything gluten free and my family were still eating.
When they are busy, they can't guarantee there won't be cross contamination. I ordered my pizza and then they "got slammed" and all of a sudden couldn't provide me an actual gluten free pizza. Then they suggested I order gluten free spaghetti. I do that, and then they come back saying they can't guarantee that tonight either. Gave me $15 gift card "for my troubles." Why would I come back when I'm the only one at the table that now can't eat?
They don't have very many choices but this has been the best gluten-free pizza I have ever had. I went with a large group and the server came in and loudly asked the entire group, "who needs to eat gluten-free?" It was a little awkward. They have a paper that shows what is GlutenFree and what is not. Just ask for it.