For every reviewer that said this was Celiac safe... I tested the pizza I received with a Nima sensor and it is NOT safe (test confirmed low gluten). I didn't even get to try my pizza so I can't comment on how it tastes. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but hope this prevents some people from getting sick off of inaccurate reviews.
Its great to find a pizza place that has a designated "gluten free" area. I am very sensitive to gluten and have had reactions from cross contamination. I agree that the GF pizza is expensive here but it is comparable to other places I have come across.
One of my top three gluten-free pizza places! (the other two are Garlic Jim's and BJ's Brewhouse) So fresh-tasting that even the health-conscious dieters in my office end up finishing their whole pizza every time. There's a lightness to the crust that sets it apart. My husband liked the GF crust better than the regular. The only downside is that sometimes they run out of ingredients - it's a small place - and when you get water they give it to you in a tiny plastic cup that constantly needs to be refilled. Otherwise, awesome place.
One of my favorite gf pizza places. The crust is thin (as you get in most places) but they have a lot of toppings to choose from, and the guy was nice enough to not charge me extra for picking all my own toppings. They specialize in spicy (you pick how spicy you want it) which I love. Vegan cheese is the usual Daiya.
Ugh. Terrible! The crust came back burnt and was ridiculously expensive for a tiny pizza! I understand that gluten free ingredients are costlier and a gluten free pizza is a specialty item, but they should at least warn you of the total before you wait forever to get your pathetic excuse for a pizza. If you need to eat vegan cheese, I pity you, but they use it here. Much better to make your own at home, it would cost about as much to get all the ingredients yourself. Patooy.