The GF pizza was nothing more than a frozen pizza that you could have made at home yourself! So many better tasting options out there! HOWEVER, if you are going out with the family at least you do have the option to eat here and that is always appreciated! A little pricey as well.
This pizza restaurant is extremely unaccommodating for people with food allergies. There’s an allergy menu- but only for toppings. There are no gluten free pasta options, despite being told that there were on the phone when we called. In person, the server was friendly and tried to find answers for me, but couldn’t tell me about ingredients inside the frozen pre-made pizza crust- just a brand name: “Mama Francesca’s” which I found nothing about online. I’ve read on here it’s not that great, but I’d be happy to eat it if that’s my only option to be able to go out and have a meal with my family and friends. I have secondary allergies as serious as my wheat allergy- to both chicken eggs and corn- so I opted out of the pizza option. I was forced to order yet another salad... at the best pizza restaurant in Chicago! It can’t be that hard to put a little effort into making a great allergy-friendly pizza made entirely by the restaurant as they do for all their other costumers.
All previous reviews still apply...GF pizza is still frozen and pre-made. Extremely dry crust with gritty after taste. Staff was sketchy on whether or not fried items were cooked in separate fryers or not, but did make the effort to ask management. Don't waste your time here, get the GF pizza from UNOs.
I read the reviews before I went so I knew what I was getting into but it was still disappointing. My boyfriend loves their deep dish pizza so because he isn't gluten free I took one for the team. :-) But before you go to Gino's know that for gluten free you have only 3 choices and it tastes like it is a frozen pizza.
I've had better GF pizza that I made at home with a premade crust. I was so excited because I love Gino's deep dish pizza. It was a major letdown. It looked and tasted exactly like a cheap frozen pizza, which I'm convinced it was because you only have a choice of two toppings. There was hardly any sauce. On a positive note, the crust was crispy. Overall it had little flavor. For a well-known Chicago pizzeria, they could do much better. I will stick with Aurelio's.