They have good happy hour deals ($4 wine, $7 for two non-gf slices and a regular beer) but not for any of the gluten free items unfortunately. The menu has several gf pasta and pizza dishes.
The gluten free pizza crust was just about inedible but they did have good root beer on tap! The service was incredibly slow.
Gluten-free pizza in NYC?? I'm in!
We liked the place and the ppl. The staff were pleasant and helpful. The GF pizza is done in a different place than the reg pizza to avoid cross contamination. On the good side, I didn't get sick; on the bad side, I've tried much better GF pizza dough, even from the frozen pizza from Trader's. The topings were varied and tasty but the flavor and consistency of the pizza wasn't good. Still enjoyed the place and company.
Mediocre food, grumpy staff, not safe for celiac people.
The pizza was good, but it was too much green and less of the ordinary toppings. The personnel was very friendly. Can recommend.
Good for gluten free pizza. Unfortunately, after having just returned from Italy it was no comparison to the gluten free options there. Also pricey.