I picked one of the speciality pizzas and they built the same thing for me, gluten free...
Great pizza, great grass fed meatballs. Very accommodating and helpful.
Had gf pizza several times. Very good
They serve a gluten free pizza. The waitress asked if it was a diet or an allergy, and when I told her it was an allergy she said they'd clean the whole area.
No reaction. Really good pizza.
The server and staff originally said they could accommodate gluten free but after further questioning they were not able to confirm a safe separate cooking stone/pan for the pizza so sadly we had to leave the restaurant.
Absolutely delicious! They are very well informed on how to handle Celiac customers. They don't have an extensive gluten free menu, but it's a pizza place with a gluten free crust option. The environment is a little loud, but it's worth it for the pizza and the friendly staff.
The gluten free crust does not taste gluten free. I've only been diagnosed for about 6 months and I'm 29 years old, and pizza has been one of my staples for a long time. While I've found pizza that has at least satisfied my taste buds, their gluten free pizza was the first I've tasted that doesn't have a cardboard feeling or taste off. I was nearly in tears by how good it was.
My family didn't eat gluten free, and they loved their pizza as well. I've had friends who are only meh about pizza say it was absolutely delicious as well, and they'd hands down eat there again.
I'd spend as much at just about any sit-down restaurant so it wasn't horrifying expensive, but it's not a cheap eat either. But honestly, for what I ate, it was pretty worth the price.
I've only been there today, so we'll see if I have any stomach issues later. But considering the staff was well informed about Celiacs I don't think I'll have any issues.
Staff is knowledgeable and very friendly The gluten free pizza and meatballs are the only gluten free options besides salads but great salads and beautiful pizzas and wonderful meatballs if you’re looking for a great easy dinner out great option!!
For someone who is gluten sensitive but not Celiac they serve a a yummy pizza with a tasty crust. My daughter who has celiac had a severe stomachache after eating it. The gluten free pizza is prepared in the same area as the regular pizzas and cooked in the same oven. The high heat oven should not be a problem but prep in the same area as the gluten likely resulted in cross-contamination.