For a long time, my hands down favorite place (so far) for GF pizza. I’m very gluten sensitive but never had a problem here. They have a good crust but sometimes don’t bake it to perfection—it needs to bake a little longer. Not burnt on the edges but a little toastier. But if you ask them they’ll do it so no complaints! Also if you don’t want a ton of topping, tell them or your pizza will be overflowing. Flying Pie is a neighborhood place and a family place. It’s exceptionally casual with all kinds of fun, old advert stuff hanging from the rafters and framed montage photographs of parties, old friends and good times at Flying Pie. They keep the salad bar pretty well stocked. You order at the bar and sit down anywhere at booths or long tables. There are often little kids running here and there but it’s fine because parents here seem more down to earth and won’t allow them to be a nuisance.
We have gotten several GF pizzas from FPP and they make an amazing one. They also have a vegan cheese as well. I don’t usually eat GF but my wife does, with that said we share a pie and I am not disappointed. Stop in and get one sometime, you will not be disappointed.
Best gf pizza! I found out I was celiac 8 years ago and was super depressed because I thought I’d never be able to eat their pizza again. When I found out they had gf crust I was thrilled to try it. I was not disappointed. I’ve had other gf pizzas and none compare. Not even close.
The ONLY pizza in the USA with a killer pie equal to Fazarrati's Pizza in Napa, CA, tying them for the best pizzas on the planet! And Gluten Free! What more could a discerning person ask for? HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! The SE Stark, Portland location produces the best pie in the chain of pizzerias.
Flying Pie has been red flagged by a few gluten free websites, and I myself have gotten sick twice now after eating their pizza (thought maybe the first time was a fluke but no such luck). I'm guessing there is some serious cross contamination issues. Which is really sad because Flying Pie was my absolute favorite pizza place in Portland before going GF.
It was good. The prices are a bit high and they charge additional $2.85 for gluten free crust, despite the menu saying $2.50 for GF. 12" (small) is the GF option and starts out at $14.50 + $2.85 for GF and goes up from there. We do not have cross contamination sensitivity.