I don't think this restaurant is for people who have a gluten sensitivity. They have gf pizza crust but I watched them use the same utensils to cook and cut them. I shouldn't have eaten it . my stomach still hurts. it was good but $5 extra on top of $18 individual pizza is too much.
Food was very good. Pizza was awesome but very VERY expensive. ($5 up charge for gluten free).
Love it!!! Best GF pizza I've ever had, hands down!!!
Delicious gf pizza. A great option for something different. They have gf pasta too, though I haven't tried. The atmosphere is adorable, you'll forget you're in a strip mall. My only complaint is that the up charge for the gf crust on the already pricey pizza can make for an expensive night!
Good food, small portions (Gluten free) for the added extra$5 you pay. Pizza was very thin crust with about an 8" pizza. Salad was very good.
Katie's Pizza and Pasta Osteria is a beautifully kitschy Italian restaurant located in the heart of Rock Hill (off Manchester and McKnight Rd./Rock Hill Rd.). With paper lamps covering the ceiling and Katie's fiancé (Ted Collier)'s artwork covering the walls, you'll fall in love as soon as you walk in. The staff is sincere and genuine and the bar is an experience you won't want to miss out on. Every pizza and pasta can be made with GF crust or noodles, the only thing that isn't GF that can go on the pizzas is the gorgonzola cheese and the meatballs which have bread crumbs. In addition, all of the salads are guaranteed GF (no croutons)! And even most of the appetizers can be done GF as well. Pizza points with bean dip turn into GF pizza points with bean dip. The Fried Artichokes aren't breaded and you will surely enjoy them! They are one of the things that make it Katie's! Her seasonal Blood Orange cocktails and salad is revered (in the winter), while her Watermelon Sophia Lauren's and Watermelon Salad's leave you jaw-dropped (in the summer). Katie uses fresh and local ingredients, keeps a clean restaurant, and a careful kitchen that will leave you thinking, "How does she do it all?"