Latest rating (August 2019): Got a GFree Pizza this time. Was assured that it was gluten free and that they prep and cook it in separate area. If that’s the case, they must have used a shared pizza cutter or something. Started feeling it as I paid. Rushed home and got sick. Only meal I ate that day. Pizza was good, but am confident that it was the pizza that did me in. Original rating (Spring 2019): They seemed to handle my allergy/celiac questions well. I was reassured that a clean pan and utensils would be used to prepare my meal (this was offered without request, which was great). I didn’t get sick. As for the food, my non-Celiac tablemates loved their pizza. I got the steak frites, which comes with delicious bacon-fried French fries. The steak was portioned embarrassingly small and was over cooked. Asked for medium rare. Not even a hint of pink. On the whole, would go back because it was safe, but with lower expectations.
Great pizza! Waitress immediately knew what Celiac was, guided me through the options on the menu. They have a dedicated frier for their bacon fat fried fries and best of all they have a gf cookie dough sundae—a scoop of ice cream on a half baked, fresh from the oven, bowl of cookie. My non gf boyfriend and I ended up ordering the same type of pizza and the same dessert which always worries me—I’m afraid they’ll get confused about which is which— but that was a non-issue, they use different shaped dishes to distinguish the GF from the regular. They do upcharge for gluten free I got a small pizza, a coke and the cookie dough sundae and it cost me about $35 with tip. Not something I’ll do a lot, but a great treat.
We ordered the Margherita pizza. The crust had no taste. The sauce was also tasteless. The crust was burnt on the edges and there was not enough cheese on the pizza. They have a separate oven for gluten free an we didn’t get sick. However the pizza was not worth going back for.
Best gluten free pizza I have ever had. Staff is incredibly knowledgeable and really understood my concerns as a celiac. They even had a separate fryer and oven. This is my 6th time dining here and I have never had an issue. Highly, highly recommend.
This place is so nice! We came here for happy hour after visiting Arlington cemetery and sat at the bar. The spinach dip with GF bread (kinda pita-like) is fantastic. Also, we requested a GF "happy hour" flatbread and they said they were going to make that an option in the computer now. Very kind and very progressive
I'm cautious to review restaurants, but after my third time with zero glutening issues, I'm happy to say Fire Works Pizza in Courthouse is awesome. I was told they have a dedicated section of their kitchen and they seem quite proud of their knowledge about cross contamination. Waiters, servers, and hostesses were knowledgeable when talking about cross contact with me. I went with a group and we all shared GF pizzas even though I'm the only one with celiac. My friends loved the GF pizza too! They have some hard ciders as well, with one on tap and two in the bottle. While it can get loud and crowded, this place is definitely worth a visit.