Amazing food! Me and my friend (not celiac or gluten free) went and split the margherita pizza and turkey club. The pizza crust was ok for gluten free but the best thing was the bread for the turkey club. I was really impressed. They have the menu clearly marked with what is or isn't gluten free.
Update—-after feeling sick the last few times, I picked up a NIMA sensor. At my last visit, the pizza i ordered was not GF but the chicken fingers were fine. I assume they have a cross contamination issue in the kitchen. Celiacs should be careful— I eat here regularly without issue. The pizza is good and my son loves the gf chicken tenders and fries
I have a severe gluten sensitivity so I ordered GF pizza. After having the pizza I got really sick and had the symptoms of gluten contamination. Don’t know if they messed up and made it with gluten or if there was contamination. Definitely won’t be ordering pizza from there again. Their pizza is good, but it’s not worth taking a chance.
Excellent menu and food. They had a nice gluten free flatbread appetizer with three dips of your choice! They also have hoagies, salads, pizzas, and desserts in which most are gluten free. The pizzas can come in a personal size or large and are made from potato/tapioca (no soy and no corn). They also offer soy cheese or daiya cheese. Very cute atmosphere and loved the food. Will definitely come back.
Pizza isn't too bad. Dedicated GF fryer is nice too. However, I recently had takeout and used my Nima GF sensor to test if food was GF and something tested positive for a small amount of gluten (had pizza, fries and chicken fingers). Probably some cross contamination. Haven't been back in awhile but will go back eventually.
So glad to have found this place. It is so rare to find a exclusive fryer and they have chicken tenders, fries, and hot wings ( which was such a treat!) They also had GF pizza and rolls available for their sandwiches. Everything was very good! It did take a while to get out food, but we are used to that with GF places. The only thing that upset me was that it wasn't closer to my home, so we could go more often.
I eat here often! I don't have any problems with cross contamination, even though they offer regular bread. More money for the gluten free bread, per usual, but it's very good so it's worth it. The bread gives me a little bit of trouble to swallow, like most gluten free alternatives, but the individual pizza is a nice size. It's a nice place to go with friends. They get theirs, you get yours. Nobody has to complain about being made to eat gluten free (it's not so bad!) and everyone is happy. The corn dip (is that what it's called?) is also very, very good! It's served with gluten free pita bread. Personally I'd prefer a corn chip option, but hey! Can't wait to try the PB dessert!!
This is my FAVORITE GF Pizza Joint. They have a large variety (20+) of personal sized GF pizzas available with regular cheese, soy cheese or daiya cheese. They also have a make your own pizza option with organic white, multi-grain or GF crusts! I always get a salad (can't decide if their Roasted Beet & Feta or Pear & Gorgonzola are my favorite) and pizza with an Organic Brewed Ice Tea. I'm not usually an organic fan but Earth Pizza's food is just really fresh tasting. I'm ruined for GF frozen pizza now!
We stumbled upon this place while looking for a gluten free bakery. Love that almost everything can be done gluten free. All products are organic and all natural. They even offer sodas with no preservatives (check the label). Everything is clearly labeled on the menu and there are many choices. Atmosphere is great, prices are very reasonable and the food was yummy. They even offer gf desserts and some are vegan as well.