Fun place for celiac kids to go. The pizzas are made in a gluten free facility and then shipped fresh and brought to the table sealed to guarantee no contamination. I'm not a fan of the restaurant but like that my g-free kiddo doesn't have to feel left out.
I went here for a friend’s daughter’s birthday party recently. I didn’t think I’d be eating anything while I was here, but glancing online I saw that they do offer a gluten free pizza at all of their locations. It isn’t anything exciting- a personal cheese pizza- but definitely a game changer for your kiddos or accompanying adults.
The cashier (I wish I had asked her name!) Caucasian, mid twenties (?), was extremely sympathetic to my needs and went to the kitchen to verify/get my questions answered about preparation. A woman by the name of Kendra came back out with her to speak with me directly and ask me exactly what she could do to keep my food safe. She was warm and took my concerns very seriously- I didn’t feel that I had any need to worry with my order in her hands. My pizza came out hot! Burn your mouth hot (which I did, my fault). It was honestly better than a good handful of gluten free pizzas I’ve bought at the store. Thin crust and crispy.
Overall, the two team members that helped me with my order at this location made me feel heard and understood. I don’t frequent Chuck E. Cheese, but it’s nice to know that they take care of customers with special dietary issues. I’ve heard that they also have gluten free cupcakes at certain locations? I didn’t ask, but call ahead to confirm.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much