My daughter was recently diagnosed with celiac disease and we tried Extreme Pizza's gluten-free pizza. It was delicious! My other children loved it too! We have both eaten in the restaurant and had it delivered. They managers were very attentive to ensuring safe handling of the food so no cross-contamination occurred.
Gross. I was excited because it's thicker and softer than most gluten-free pizza, but it just tasted weird. Not as bad as the gluten-free pizza of 5+ years ago, but it was super overpriced and we threw almost the whole thing away. I didn't get sick at least. Thankfully I ordered a salad so I didn't starve.
They have a gluten free menu but I just didn’t feel super safe eating there. It wasn’t dirty but it didn’t feel super clean. My gut just told me I’d regret eating there with how busy it was . I opted for a margarita dinner.
I ate here in June and really liked the pizza. I spoke for some time with the owner as it was mid-afternoon and not busy, and she was very knowledgeable about Celiacs and explained their procedures to keep the pizza as safe as possible. (It is not guaranteed GF because of the other pizzas, but I was comfortable enough to try it given their strong understanding and protocols.) (I am very reactive.) Pepperoni goes under the cheese for a unique twist, and I very much liked it and will return.
Front house staff was not very knowledgeable, chef uses some precautions for CC. But pizza was so disappointing, the tomato sauce was super sweet on one pizza and the other, like sauce from a spaghettio can. The crust was soggy and we paid $60 for medium pizzas and one soda.
I just got severely glutened eating their pizza. I had a bad feeling as I sat at the bar and could see kitchen operations. It was further concerning when they brought me a to go box and it was covered in flour dust... 30 minutes later, as usual when I’m glutened, I’m miserable...
I eat here all the time and feel it is generally safe for ceilings. Out of a hundred or so pizzas, I did get cross contamination once. Gluten free crust is one of the best that I have had and most of their salads are gluten free. It is also nice to see that they have two sizes of gluten free crust instead of just one.
Wonderful experience - we went about 4pm before it got too busy. We did have to specify when discussing with the manager and server to use fresh containers for toppings but they were very accommodating and helpful. The manager said she would make it herself to ensure it was safe. She then confirmed she put my daughters gf pizza together with fresh toppings on special pan for gf before they started the rest of pizzas to reduce risk from flour they use to make the regular pizza dough. My daughter said it was one of the best pizzas she's had and she's been eating the leftovers for the past few days.
Both the regular and GF pizzas were yummy. The GF pizza/toppings were prepared in a separate area. They also offer a non-dairy “cheese” topping. I mentioned that my daughter has celiac so they used a special tray in the oven. She loved the GF pizza and we loved the regular pizza.
Their GF crust is also vegan (dairy and egg free). The crust comes in 8” or 12” only. Very creative speciality pizzas. GF prepared in separate area, but is cooked in a shared oven. It was good, crust had a nice crisp to it, but it was $17 for a 12” plain cheese. Also parking at Clearwater Beach is very difficult. We lucked out with a free street spot not too far away, but one of the lots we tried before that wanted $25 just to park.
Tonight I walked in the restaurant after seeing such awesome reviews and spoke with the manager who kindly explained how they take all the right precautions to prevent CC. Feeling comfortable, I ordered the Pandora’s Box and then told the waitress I had Celiac. When the pizza was brought out, I tested it with my Nima which came back gluten found. Of course, there is always a risk when ordering out, ESPECIALLY with pizza due to the ovens, airborne flour, etc.. but it was the attitude of the company that left a bad taste in my mouth. The manager came back out and I could tell she was already annoyed. She basically said that the kitchen took all the precautions and started speaking over me when I politely tried to give input as to maybe what could be causing this (I mentioned spice blends in tomato sauce, cheese bin that’s shared between gluten and GF pizzas, etc), she continued to cut me off, ignore my questions and insisted that they had done everything 100% right and that ‘everyone else that had come in with Celiac was very happy with their meal’.. I said that I really did appreciate their efforts but even with precautions taken, sometimes these things unfortunately happen. We all know that even the best of restaurants can have off nights... She then cut me off again to ask if I wanted to eat the pizza and when I said no, she took the pizza and walked away. We were stunned. All we hoped for was an apology, but we never even offered an one. Off night or not, there is no excuse to be blatantly rude to a customer. Especially about something so serious. Be cautious when eating here!
Really good pizza! I watched the pizza come out of the oven on a tray, picked up with a separate metal pizza paddle stored up on a higher shelf, and they used a separate red handled pizza cutter. I was there when it was pretty busy and I still would be 99.5% confident it’s celiac safe (I don’t give 100% to anywhere that has gluten in the same room). I wasn’t thrilled my plate sat next to other glutenous people’s on finished station. Wish they put it up on a shelf while waiting for the rest of the order or brought it right out. Still I usually don’t get to watch this closely and I was still very confident I wouldn’t get sick. Got the screaming tomato with sauce and glaze it was really tasty. A little soggy but that happens with tomato and fresh mozzarella. Not an udi’s crust. A little thicker than that but still a thin crust. I’d go back! Easy, safe, and tasty!
Staff are consistently knowledgeable about providing gluten free food. They have spoken up on multiple occasions to inform me when ingredients in an order were unsafe, and have suggested safe substitutions. Much appreciated!
Pizza was good. Beware as they advertise Vegan options - the “vegan” cheese is made with milk. Thankful our server was knowledgeable and made us aware. There are other pizzas that don’t include the cheese though.
I went here because of other reviews expecting to have a safe good gluten free meal, when i asked them if they would change their gloves and put something down so there was no cross contamination they looked so confused but said they would make sure no cross contamination would happen , i still ended up eating it and was sick within 30 minutes, i’ve been sick for 3 days now from eating it, great pizza if cross contamination won’t bother you but if you’re sensitive i do not recommend
While vacationing from Boston on Clearwater beach we were in search of a pizza place with gluten free options due to severe food allergies. We ended up finding this gem of a place right across from the Hilton on the beach. The owner Jeanette and our waitress Ariana were lovely and gave us top notch service going above and beyond to make sure i was comfortable and my food was safe for me to eat and not cross contaminated. The price was right everything was delicious and super fresh! Their many had a lot of options and we loved it so much we went two days in a row! We will definitely be back on our next trip!
Though there was a wait to get in, I HAVE NEVER HAD SUCH GREAT TASTING CRUST!! As all gf people know the crust of pizza is usually burned or too hard to eat! This was fluffy and light! I could eat 10!!! But i came back the next day and they didn't have any nore gluten free crusts so.... but the crust is dairy, gf, egg free, and vegan. We were very surprised
The staff are always friendly and knowledgeable. They have a gluten free pizza crust for their individual to largest pizzas. Delicious food!
The pizza is very good here and you can have it delivered as well! The only thing is you have to call them because they don’t have it set up online yet. I did not have a reaction after eating the amazing pizza. I will say that the price is a little high ($18 for a 12” plus $1.60 per topping) so know what you are getting into.
Good pizza. The staff are great at accommodating. Note that they do use a shared oven, but they cook on a separate pan upon request. They have a dedicated gluten free cutter as well. I have eaten here 2x without getting sick.
The gluten free pizza was wonderful! The manager came to our table and told us they have a special area/cooking pans designated just for gluten free pizza. Our waiter was also well informed and cautious. I felt confident eating there.
Most of the pizza options were gluten free, and the base was very tasty. I had a lovely vegetarian pizza (I'd normally go for meat), but this one was so good. I'd happily eat there again. Highly recommended.
Nor even going to attempt this place, I call Pentagon City ask him what do you have GF, .... everything.... really so the calzones.... everything except them.. Ok so the pizza.... yes. individual and 12".... Ok so would like GF pizza with Italian sausage.... thats not gluten free just the crust is... so you're telling me I can only order GF crust but toppings are not..... yes.... that's not everything you said when you answered ....<silence>...I'll go somewhere else thanks