Ordered gluten free crust and got regular crust instead. Luckily was able to visibly tell the difference before eating. They do use the same pizza oven for all pizzas so cross contamination can occur.
Have gluten free crust, but make sure they give you that before you eat it. Told my waitress we wanted gluten free and she forgot to have them make it that way, so we got regular crust and don’t know until we got the check!!
The pizza was delicious however they know ZERO about cross contamination. My entire family got sick from the gluten exposure. I would not recommend for celiacs.
I had a pizza and felt okay. However, others have mentioned they did not feel okay, so please ask before ordering.
Ewwww. More of an appetizer and drinks place. Very few actual meal options.
They staff, including management, does not understand the issues with cross contamination, even if they say they do. The kitchen double dips their hands in wheat flour and then into the toppings they use on GF and regular pizza. I saw it with my own eyes while sitting at the bar. I addressed this with the manager and he made it out to be that I was over reacting and it was "not a big deal" and "shouldn't be enough to cause an allergic reaction."
I had the steak and fries with a tomato and feta substitution. It was excellent. The steak was very tender. I also had the limestone salad with lemon vinaigrette dressing. It was also excellent. The service was also excellent. The atmosphere is great for conversations and relaxing. We will definitely eat here again I highly recommend this restaurant to people with gluten sensitivity and celiac disease.
Really good gluten free thin crust pizza. The crust was tender and not hard as a rock like so many others. Good naturally gluten free items as well.