I was so excited to see this restaurant have such high ratings! I called this location and asked what their gf process is. The guy who answered the phone felt it was important to tell me it only comes in small and it cost $2 more. That’s all he knew.
I clarified that I wanted to know if there was a process in place to try to avoid cross contamination. He put me on hold to ask a manager and came back to say it’s cooked in the same oven.
I thanked him and asked to speak with the manager to collect a little more info. since the ratings here were good. The manager seemed uncertain about gf and cc as well, asking what I mean by cross contamination. I started to explain about clean surfaces and he just hesitated. I thanked him but explained it probably isn’t right for me if they don’t have a process in place with employees knowledgeable on it. He did not disagree and just apologized. He was friendly.
I’m not sure how they got such high ratings. Maybe it’s dependent upon the manager on duty? Not worth the risk for me. Note I did not eat here so take my rating with whatever weight you feel best.
Our waitress took great care of us and made sure to communicate everything back and forth with the kitchen. They got clean utensils and fresh toppings from the back and told me that they changed gloves. They also let me know that they cooked the pizza in a separate part of the oven. This was probably the best gluten free crust I've had so far. I cut pieces for other non gluten free people at the table and a few of them preferred the gluten free crust. Even with the increased risks since they do make regular dough there I would definitely go back.
Great gluten free crust. Prepared, cooked, and given to you on a foil pan to avoid cross-contamination.
Pizza was really good, however no one could tell me which of their salad dressings were gluten free which put me off a little bit.
I've eaten here numerous times and never had a reaction. Love their pizza, and they load it with toppings! Note: they take longer to prepare their food than most but that's because the ingredients aren't prepared ahead of time. Also if you are at a table with a child who can eat gluten they will give them a ball of dough to play with while waiting. Sweet gesture but depending on how severe ones reaction is you may want to ask for them to not bring it.
I called ahead to make sure they could meet my dietary needs and they were very friendly and helpful. The waiter even caught when they put parmesan cheese on my salad that wasn't listed on the menu. I'm also dairy free. He had them message me another one. The Greek Salad with olive oil and garlic sauce was delicious.
Gluten free pizza crust. Great salads.
Their gluten-free pizza is the best I’ve eaten anywhere. It is delicious!
Jo’s is a family owed pizza place that has been in business since the 1960s. Their pizzas are the best I have ever eaten. If you are dining in, you can call in advance and have your pizza ready when you arrive. The pizzas are made from scratch so be willing to wait at least 25 minutes - longer if they are busy. It is totally worth the wait. They also offer delicious salads and hot sandwiches.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu