Went in and asked. as others have said. Atleast they were honest and said if your allergic, don't chance it!
Not worth it- my 9" gf pizza was $15. It was like cardboard. Not Celiac but have thyroid issues & osteoporosis due to gluten as major antagonist. Chicken wings are good but baked in the same oven as all non gf pizzas. My hubs lived his pizza but he is not gf. Yay for him- bad for me.
I had the same problem as other customers. I was excited they had gluten free and when I called to ask which toppings were gluten free they said none. Their regular dough is hand tossed with high gluten flour and it gets dusted everywhere. They said it would definitely be contaminated. Very disappointed that they don't know what gluten FREE means!
No dedicated oven. Possible cross contamination.
They advertise GF pizza, so I was excited. The minute I asked if the pizza is made separately they said I shouldn't eat there because of cross contamination. Don't advertise GF if it's not!
I used to love going to Luccas for gf pizza. When they made it themselves it tasted like regular pizza, was the same size, and the texture was perfect. I moved out of town and always looked forward to coming back home and getting great gf pizza from Luccas. However, to my serious disappointment, the last time I went they had changed their crust to a premade one. It held together okay but it's almost half the size it used to be, just as expensive, and not nearly as good. It was always such a treat to go to Luccas and feel like I was enjoying the same thing as everyone else, but they've completely lost that. My friends were eating big delicious pizzas and I had a tiny little pizza I didn't really enjoy that I was paying more money for. Maybe it's because they started out so great but I was soo disappointed the last time I went, I don't think I'll be back. The staff is great and it's a really nice atmosphere but it's just not worth the money.
11:30 am - 8 pm
11:30 am - 8 pm
11:30 am - 9 pm
12 pm - 9 pm
12 pm - 7 pm
10" gluten-free pizza available