The gf crust was pretty good, like a crispy thin crust, but I was disappointed because the waiter pointed me to the only two ingredients they for sure knew were gf, the vegan dairy free cheese and vegan Italian sausage. I ended up getting a veggie pizza to be on the safe side but it would’ve been nice to have pepperoni or sausage on it. Overall the experience was good but it isn’t the best gf pizza I’ve ever had and I wish the server was more knowledgeable about which meats were gf.
So my wife and I tried this place tonight based on the reviews. I have celiac and need to eat GF, she does not. We both had a Hill without Olives. She really likes her pizza and ate more of hers than I did mine. I thought mine was very good but expected a little more flavor. The crust o. The GF pizza here is really good and it is more like a hand tossed and it tastes like a real pizza crust (like the old days). I would’ve given them 5 stars but the service was a little slow and I needed to add pepper flakes to get the flavors to pop. Other than that it was quite good and we’d go back. I did NOT get sick and my blood sugar didn’t pop like it does with many other places. I’d recommend trying this place.
I was stressed, as always with pizza place, but they know what they are doing and cook the pizza separately in dedicated oven. My son loved it but too greasy crust for my wife. I guess all taste are in the nature! Great place love the ambiance.
Terrible experience with our server. They asked us our drink orders 3 times. We ordered a GF pizza with half one kind and half another. The pizza we got was only one kind, which we brushed off and started eating because the crust looked like a GF crust. The server came by and immediately said that it was NOT the GF crust, after I had had a few bites. They apologized, offered a comped GF pizza, the supervisor came by and asked if we wanted to file an incident report. We said no but I’m regretting it now.
Very celiac friendly! They have several GF options each for appetizers, salads, pizzas, and desserts. We had the Bada Bing salad and the GF pizza, both of which were excellent. Our server was very knowledgeable about GF issues, and gave extensive assurances about measures taken to avoid cross-contamination. Definitely recommend!
It was stressful being there with a large group of non-gf people. When the waiter brought out the first pie, we asked if it was gluten free and he said, "I think so." Wrong answer. I said, "I don't want, I think so, I need certainty." It turned out it was someone else's non gf pizza. When they brought our pizzas, they didn't necessarily put them out in front of the people who ordered them, which obviously was uncomfortable for me, trying to keep my son's food safe from cross contamination. I had to use a napkin to hold the hot tray and move the pizza myself and then the waiter, without thinking, pushed two pizza trays together to make space and touched someone else's pizza to my son's gf pizza. Of course I freaked out and quickly removed the contaminated slices, but a different waitress told me she'd bring him a whole new pie, put a rush on it, and comp it. So, I appreciated that. I think it would have been fine if our whole party was gluten free and they certainly made good on it. But-what if I hadn't been watching like a hawk? Then my son might have gotten glutened. I'm still going to say it's Celiac friendly, clearly the first waiter had some learning to do, but I think I schooled him, but as always, diligence is a must.
Very good restaurant for celiacs. At first the woman at the door wasn’t sure about celiacs so she called the manager. He assured me that everything would be prepared safely and that the staff and kitchen were aware. Our waitress was lovely and took gravest care of me. The pizza was good, though very cheesy, and I had the chocolate skillet cake for dessert (also gf). Both definitely worthwhile and safe for celiacs.
I’m a super sensitive coeliac. I had a white sauce pizza with leeks, the server informed me that the white sauce was not GF and subbed for EVOO and garlic. Staff very knowledgeable, they also had delicious cocktails. Vegan options were available for topping, but the GF crust contained eggs :(
Great experience. Out waiter reassured us that they used separate utensils and pans and went to extensive efforts to avoid cross contamination. I did test our pizza(crust, sauce, and meat) with my Nima gluten tester where the pizza was sliced. Tested as gluten free! We will be back!
I've tried lots of different gluten free pizzas over the years and this was one of the better ones. The waitress seemed knowledgeable about Celiac and was well-versed in their gluten free options. Whatever cheese blend they use is delicious! As usual, the GF pizza only comes in one size and I easily made two (almost three) meals out of it.
It was good and the waitress said they would take precautions to keep from contaminating my food, but I could tell 24 hours later that I had been gluten-ed. Plus they do not have any white sauce pizza. My husband has GERDs, acid reflux disease, so he had to scrape off most of the sauce and take extra medicine.
Celiac and GF for 13 years (as of 2017). I eat lots of GF pizza. This place has, hands down, the best GF pizza crust I have ever had. It was delicious. Don't skip it if you have a chance. I'm seriously considering flying back to D.C. just to get some of this pizza! And the building is beautiful inside too. But that pizza - WOW!