My family and I were visiting Chicago from Minneapolis. We decided to try Homeslice based on previous reviews and it did not disappoint! My daughter and I are both Celiac, but the entire family tried the GF cheese bread and several GF pizzas. Everything was delicious. The staff was friendly, knowledgeable and they seemed to truly understand Celiac and cross-contamination. We will definitely return when in Chicago again.
Edit: came back here almost three years later. Our waiter knew what celiac was and we had a good rapport about how confusing it can be when people just eat gluten free as part of a trendy diet, so they clearly know what’s up for celiacs. Still was safe and didn’t get sick, but their crust is unfortunately nothing special. The pizza itself was average, solid 2.5 stars, but I always review higher for safe experiences so that’s why I put four. Also, they have lots of appetizers that are good. Eating at Homeslice for the first time was a great experience. They have a celiac-safe gluten free crust, and all of their pizzas can be made gluten free using the small size crust. Their waitstaff was ever so helpful and we talked to the manager before ordering to make sure it was safe. My mom and I ordered to share their Sheffield's salad, a Bennet's Beauty pizza and a Schira Palin pizza. The Bennet's beauty pizza was absolutely delicious, I will definitely be ordering that again when we return. Their sausage was amazing; thinly sliced and spiced, and I would recommend getting that on a pizza if the toppings of the Bennet's Beauty aren't your thing. 10/10 would reccomend, a wonderful dining experience with beautiful outdoor patios as well.
The gluten free cheesy bread here is what dreams are made of! I haven’t found anything like it, and it reminds me the days when I was able to order from places like Papa Johns or Domino’s. Their pizza is pretty good too if you like fluffy, bready crust!
homeslice has the best gluten free pizza i’ve ever had! the crust has a great texture and there’s so many options for toppings. my favorite is the big teve with a regular marinara sauce substitute. the only downside is that their ranch dressing isn’t gluten free, i’m hoping they get a gluten free one soon
Obviously the chef can't read, ordered a build your own that was dairy and gluten free but still had mozzarella on and I ordered a pizza and got a totally different pizza. We won't be coming back. But the pizza I accidentally received wasn't bad. The gluten free pizza was better made at home. The server was really nice and took off our toppings on the build our own pizza. I'd say stay at home unless you are out and about in that area and really need to eat.
I was very optimistic coming here. But after an hour the pain set in and has continued into the next day. I did tell the waiter I had celiac and he said he put it in as an allergy. Either way, I am very sick from here. I know I had the gluten free crust because it was different from the others. I guess their skill depends on who makes it that day or something.
This is my absolute favorite GF pizza in the whole country and I do quite a bit of traveling. It is one of the rare crusts that is actually soft and chewy. This restaurant is a frequent stop for my husband and I. He loves the regular crust so it will keep your non GF friends happy too.
I retract my previous statement that pie hole had the best GF crust in the city - Homeslice takes the cake!! Unbelievable! Decent price with a ton of options. GF pizza only offered in small but one was enough to share for two people. The crust is thicker than most GF crusts and definitely more substantial. I would eat here every day if I could.