The gluten-free pizza is made from buckwheat. It is deep-dish style and has a fluffy texture. In my experience, this crust needs to be cooked extra long in order to have a better bite. Unfortunately, it usually comes out more like cake. Requesting well-done to some of the wait staff has more inconsistent results than the safe handling request (which, if I had to pick one, I should count myself lucky). I have had cross-contamination with wheat on one occasion, but numerous safe visits to offset this statistic. Nevertheless, if you have severe wheat issues, proceed with caution. The iced tea is usually the weakest in town, and management listened to this complaint. Afterwards, the tea actually tastes like tea, but it's still pretty weak. They are getting their beverage profit, for certain. Management does listen and even keeps up good communication via email feedback. They made good on my glutening incident by offering a free lunch. I wish that they could find a way to hold on to good waitstaff.
No dedicated gluten free menu, but several options (salads and one pizza). Deep dish Detroit style pizza was the best gluten free pizza that I’ve found. Nothing like the taste of NORMAL pizza, but a nice attempt. Staff was knowledgeable and accommodating. Update: ordered to go GF pizza and ended up really sick. Guessing it was a cross contamination issue. I strongly suggest you eat in!
The staff is very knowledgeable about Celiac disease and so nice! The gluten free crust is an amazing thick crust Detroit style pizza and most pies can be made gluten free with the exception of a couple toppings. The service and food are exceptional!
Had the gluten free carbonara pizza. Deep dish crust was very good, but egg on top was barely cooked, so that was pretty gross. Did not realize it would be an actual egg (not mixed in with cream sauce). Had considered pizza with meatball but server said the meatballs are not gluten free. Downtown parking is a pain. Had to pay $6.00 for less than an hour.
This hit the spot! Though their website doesn’t make it clear that this has good gluten free options, it does. The only gf crust they do is deep dish (fine by me!) and all of their toppings are gf. It is a sit down restaurant but if you call ahead, they’ll start your pizza while you drive in (they said the gf pizzas take about 20 mins to bake). It was not the best gf pizza I’ve ever had but it was good and got the job done!
I was so excited to visit Chattanooga and have DEEP DISH GF pizza. I communicated with the server that I have celiac and the manager answered my questions and made the pizza himself in a separate space and brought it to me personally. I felt like this is about as celiac friendly as a pizza place can be.
Today was my first trip to Community Pie after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease. The staff showed us the gluten free options and made sure the kitchen staff knew about cross contamination. We ended up with a Detroit style deep dish pizza and house salad that were both amazing. We will definitely be back!
A fantastic place for a gluten free pizza. The quality of the crust was fantastic (a nice fluffy bread style crust as opposed to the thin and flavorless type you usually find) and the staff really seem to care. Manager was thrilled to get our feedback and talked about how they wanted to make good pizza that happened to be gluten free as opposed to just making gluten free pizza (they succeeded by the way). Whole family (9 to 50) were all happy and want to return!