In a pinch we thought this place would work. Not celiac friendly at all.
I would not say this place is celiac friendly at all. We went in and asked for a menu and they don't have one, nor do they mark any gluten free items. No one really helped us with options and they had run out of gluten free crust so we couldn't even get pizza. The tacos we ended up getting we're not worth the price. The only upside was the waiter was pretty friendly.
The gluten free pizza is awesome but a bit over priced for what you get.
Staff very knowledge about gluten. Good was great with lots of options for gf or non-gf foodies. My salad even came with a piece of warmed gf bread.
I ordered the GF Wood Fired pizza and ideally, it sounded delicious. However, it was incredibly bland and disappointing. I've never had to salt my pizza before- and that was just to make it palatable. I wasn't able to eat the whole thing. The one positive is that it was large. That earns one star. The staff was super friendly, so that is the other star. Overall, don't waste your money on this particular place if you are in the mood for craft pizza.
A lot of the GF items have soy, so I couldn't eat them. I ordered a salad and they were supposed to leave off the dressing (it had soy). But they didn't, and they had to remake the salad for me. It was pretty disappointing. UPDATE: This place has gotten much worse! I ordered a gluten free pizza and after waiting for almost an hour, it showed up on a wheat crust! Then was told my order will be made a priority and fixed right away. After waiting another 15 minutes the pizza came out to me on a raw doughy crust. I was furious! I left that pizza on the table, got my money back, and walked down the street to Minksy's instead. I will never attempt to eat at this restaurant again!
Review for the downtown restaurant: I went here twice in the course of a month or so. BOTH times they were out of GF pizza crust. A salad is NOT my idea of a gluten free meal. Though hopefully they have fixed their crust shortage since my two failed attempts to eat their pizza.
Good Food and Great Customer Service. I asked about their gluten free options, and the cashier was very knowledgeable about how they could help. I ordered a gluten free Thai pizza. An employee came out after I ordered and told me that they check all the ingredients for their gluten free customers and that the sauce on the Thai pizza had gluten in it. So they quickly let me change my order. I was able to get a different pizza. The pizza was excellent. I will definitely be returning.
I was craving a sandwich. Unfortunately, I did not read reviews closely enough to realize a "gluten free menu" simply meant they offer gluten free pizza crust and they label which soups are gluten free. So, no sandwich for me. But the California cobb salad (minus the pasta) was very tasty, and quite filling, and served with a warm gluten free roll.
Their gluten free pizza is my favorite of anywhere else I've tried, including Sam and Louies.