If I could give 0 stars I would. I spent 10 minutes talking to them about celiac and cross contamination and they brought me a regular pizza. I had finished a slice before the waiter came over and told me about the mistake. They then tried to make me pay for the pizza. I was sick for a month.
I got sick maybe 15 minutes after eating there. I had to stop the car and have my friend drive while I ran out to use a bars bathroom. I will not be going again
I ordered a gluten free pizza and hadn't eaten all day. When I got it I immediately started eating because I was starving. After two pieces I realized that they had given me a normal crust instead of gluten free. I got so sick. Seriously the WORST place and clearly don't care about food allergies.
Gluten-free crust from Still Riding Pizza
got sick and food was gross. I didn't even eat it.
I had the GF chicken pasta, it was very good. they also had good knowledge about GF options. I did not get sick.
Went here 3 days ago and even though the menu said gluten free there was a cross contamination issue. For pretty sick
update: The best tasting gluten free pizza I have ever had! Except service is sloooow and the don't communicate well so beware. Last time I went the ticket said GLUTEN FREE and they gave me regular dough and I didn't notice till AFTER I took the first bite! I was sooo sick for such a long time. They supposedly sent me hm with a totally gluten free pizza for messing up my order and even that one made me sick :( They need to FOCUS, communicate, and move a lil faster!
great gluten free pizza, gluten free beer (red bridge). fresh toppings, salads, and friendly service!!!
Staff is very friendly, “normal” pizza the rest of the family says is great. HOWEVER, this is a gluten-free review. We did take out on a gluten-free pizza which was so bad that we actually threw it away. So, gluten-free? Order a salad NO CROUTONS!
While Farelli’s will be fine for people who are merely gluten intolerant, it is not safe for those with Celiac’s. The gluten-free pizza dough is good, but they bake it on the same oven as their regular flour pizzas. If you are intolerant but don’t have to worry about cross-contamination, this is a good place to go.