Gluten sensitive people should have caution even if eating a “gluten free” item! Tons of dough and bread and pasta are handled here, and I know from working here that things get cross contaminated numerous times a day.
1st time here. I wouldn't call them celiac friendly, but I was very forward that I had it and the server said he would be sure to communicate that to the kitchen. Gluten free options are very limited. I had the pizza, the only gluten free option is a small. I wanted pepperoni, only to find out later that it wasn't gluten free. I thought it was reassuring that someone in the back was aware enough to say something. The food was okay, but I didn't get sick. Now, for not gluten free people, the food is great. I've only recently been diagnosed with celiac, so I've enjoyed the menu before and I would absolutely recommend eating here. Even if it's just a VFW.
Cute place inside old VFW. We have gluten allergies and ordered 3 GF pizzas (10 in.), no drinks total $48 before tip. Service was attentive but pizzas were burned on the edges. Kids could only eat about 2 slices and gave up. I ate 3 pieces but didn't sit well at all. Would pass on this place for GF pizza.
Side note our friends ordered regular pizza and said it was good. It did look tasty!
We were on vacation and were thrown for a loop when we drove to the restaurant because it is located in the VFW. The gluten free crust was similar to others I have had, but the sauce and toppings made the pizza delicious. Highly recommend! And for those with families who do not have to eat gf, my family said everything was delicious!