it's alright! their crust is overly "floury" I'm pretty sure its coconut flour so it's thicker than most places but not the greatest. I didn't get sick this time but the kitchen staff has flour all over their aprons so I can see how easy it would be to get sick here.
When I found out that Lilly's Pizza had gluten free options, I was extremely excited to go visit. I loved Lilly's before my diagnosis so I was happy to go back. However, the day that I went, the staff told me that gluten free dough was only available on certain days. They told me to come back another day or call ahead next time. No thanks.
It's a good "pie" style pizza with great toppings and options. But it's not a dough pizza crust, it is more like a pie crust. Atmosphere was good, a little loud, though only because the place was packed...a sign of a good restaurant. When in the area I would go back.