This is not a gluten free safe place. The same ladle they touch regular pizzas with get out in and out of the sauce that is then pour in the gluten free pizza. The condiments are all cross contaminated. This place is for someone who is not celiac but is eating gluten free as a lifestyle choice not out of need.
The staff was friendly when we entered. We were told to sit where we wanted; Stacey brought us menus and took our drink orders. Under the pasta section there was a big banner that said to ask about our gluten free options. The same banner was under the Pizza section. I asked about the pasta and was told they didn’t have any GF pasta. Stacey asked the cook who said he didn’t know of any. So, I opted for pizza. I was expecting a great pizza based on the reviews, but it was mediocre at best. It was prepared in a pan that was put in the regular oven. The center bottom the crust was chewy. The taste was pretty bland. My husband opted for lasagna. We heard the cook tell Stacey to put in in the microwave for 4 minutes. It was delivered smoking and the plate was hot, however the center of the lasagna was cold.
When we got the bill, the top of the printout said “Sal’s Pizza.” I don’t know if this restaurant was a disguised Sal’s or if Sal’s owned this one in addition to the Sal’s restaurants.
Nearly 12 hours later and I’m ok, so I guess some precautions were taken but I couldn’t say for certain they were.
Felt safe eating here! Best gluten free pizza I have ever had! Pizza is cooked completely separate.
This is a New York style pizza place and the owner has a family member who is Celiac. He makes the crust from scratch and goes into the back, changes into protective clothes and gloves to avoid any cross contamination with the regular flour. This pizza bends and folds like regular pizza. When I got it home I couldn’t tell which one was mine and which one was my husbands regular crust pizza. It is that much like a real crust. They are new and the owner seems very accommodating.