50% of 6 votes say it's Celiac friendly

495 S 4th St, Columbus, OH 43206 Directions

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Celiac
11 months ago
Not celiac friendly

Not gluten free! Have gluten free crust but cross contamination with everything. Also the cheese was only half melted on 3 of the 4 pizzas.

1 year ago

The best Gluten Free Pizza I’ve ever had! Highly recommend!

2 years ago

Good pizza! Would go back again.

Gluten Free Features

  • Pizza

Categories

  • Italian
  • Kid Friendly
  • Takeout
  • Vegetarian Friendly

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5 years ago
Celiac friendly

Absolutely amazing GF pizza option. The crust has a slight fluff to it, which is hard to come by. Cross contamination is certainly possible, just like it is at any non-dedicated GF pizza facility. I had no issues.

5 years ago
Celiac friendly

Medium thick gluten free pizza from a local dedicated gf facility! Very good

Celiac
5 years ago
Not celiac friendly

All pizza is cooked in the same oven with cross contamination, and they were not willing to accommodate for celiac. I was only able to order an over-priced, basic salad. Pretty disappointing.

Celiac
6 years ago

horrible, not gluten free if u have an alllergy. same kitchen, same oven... NO POINT in goin if ur truely gluten free

6 years ago

Delicious! Both regular and GF available. Drinks and dessert are great too. I recommend the Ohio double bacon pizza and Moscow mule.

Celiac
7 years ago

Harvest Pizzeria is a small restaurant in the German Village. Right at the corner of 4th and Livingston, this organic style pizza place is a spot not to be missed. I had a plain cheese gluten free pizza. Regular cheese and sauce with their gluten free pizza crust. When it first came out, you couldn't tell the difference between my pizza and the regular one. The crust looked absolutely delicious. (I'm a total pizza crust snob, my favorite part!) Admittedly, I was blown away by this pizza. The texture was spot on and it melted in my mouth! I've had very few pizzas over the last year that knocked my socks off and this one did the job. My favorite is still Marcella's but this is the second best. The regular pizzas are excellent as well (I'm told!) Now the downfall... I understand that gluten free products are usually more expensive than regular but tacking on $3 extra bucks for gluten free dough is a bit over the top, especially when the regular pizza's are $14+ for one. My lunch with a pizza and iced tea ended up being $19 plus tip. Great place for once in a while! The perfect little gluten free indulgence.

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