The old reviews say the pizza is served in an aluminum container. This is no longer the case. I have had GF pizza served that way from other restaurants and I didn’t care for it. But Coal Fire’s pizza is my favorite GF pizza!! It’s delicious!! I makes me feel like I don’t have celiac and can eat regular pizza again! Their large garden salad and homemade Ranch dressing along with GF Pizza is awesome!! If you’re missing pizza give them a try.
Excellent pizza! Can't wait to go again!
This is the only pizza I have. It comes in its own aluminum pan to prevent contamination. It is very thin and somewhat crispy, especially sound the edge. If someone could make a great supreme deep dish they would have me!!! I have only had the signature sweet and spicy sauce. It's really good. I give 4* only because I liked deep dish pizza and this is really thin. It is vastly superior to any of the mixes I have tried at home IMO.
Wow! The gluten free white pizza was delicious! The crust had a sweet taste to it! Loved it!
They have a gluten free pizza option. The pizza is put together offsite by another company, wrapped up, and sent to them (if I remember correctly). It was a good pizza, and the staff understood my needs. The only reason I'm not giving five stars is because that is the only thing on the menu.
WAITSTAFF was friendly, assistant manager thought he knew what he was talking about, turns out even though he has training in gluten free stuff, he has no clue. He tried to tell me that I was wrong about gluten and wheat allergies (I think I would know what I'm talking about, I've been living with celiac for 15 years). Anyways, was insulted by him and also contaminated as well. Should have walked out after his comments, but hungry and pregnant I didn't listen to my gut.
Yes they have a GF pizza crust... but that's about where it starts and ends. I watched as the same oven paddles were used for both GF and regular pizzas, and I could definitely tell when I ate my GF pizza that there was cross contamination. I mean the pizza was delicious... but this kind of defeats the purpose of paying more for something that still causes discomfort. Additionally I was pretty put out when I had to pay full price for my 10 inch GF pizza during happy hour when my friends got their regular 12 inch pizzas for half price. I asked but the answer was simply NO.
my dad wanted to come for dinner and I was nervous after reading reviews of their gf pizza. I went expecting very expensive & horribly tasting pizza. not the case at all. their gluten free pizza was not bad at all!! I liked it. and it was reasonably priced. ($11 something for a 10 inch) the only thing is you can't get toppings because of cross contamination!
Excited they have a gluten free pizza but it was not that good. It was too expensive and got a small pizza that came with almost no cheese on it and only a few pieces of veggies. The crust was ok but would not come back for this
While this location offers a GF pizza (with cheese), you cannot add toppings due to cross contamination. (They prepare all of the GF pizzas in the morning, add cheese and then refrigerate until ordered). All toppings are on the counter next to their prep area where they toss all regular pizzas. This restaurant is not recommended for those with celiac. The amount of flour dust in the air is surprising. Discovered that there really aren't any other options unless you choose a veggie salad with oil/vinegar. The Italian dressing isn't even safe, nor are their deli meats.
I ordered a pizza to-go and thought it was pretty good, with really fast service for a Saturday night. I tried the Signature sauce (they have three sauce options) and it was sweet and pretty ok. I'm really sensitive to gluten and did not get sick. The pizza is also not as greasy as a lot of other pizzas get, although I couldn't really taste the cheese. Worth a try to see if you like it.
This was my favorite pizza place prior to being diagnosed with celiac. After learning they made gf pizzas in a bag to minimize cross contamination we got take out from there one night. It was one of the worst gf pizzas I have ever had. It was cold and rock hard by the time we got it home. My husband who doesn't have celiac and ordered a regular pizza said his tasted fine. I did try the cheese pizza one other time in the restaurant and it was better fresh out of the oven. However it seems they just use a frozen crust and add their sauce and cheese. It didn't taste any better than using a frozen crust and making it at home. Considering they charge extra for their gf pizza it just isn't worth the cost when it would be easier to make better gf pizza at home.
Perfect pizza. I hope they add more choices!
GF pizza is pretty good. Some of the best I've had so far. Not to be too picky, but they don't list anything else as gluten free. I haven't yet asked a server about this - for now I've only placed my trust in the pizza.
Good pizza, friendly staff. The pizza was cooked on it's on tray and comes out with your own sealed gluten free labeled pizza cutter to avoid cross contamination.