The service was friendly and accommodating. The GF pizza was good, but not great. I did ask them to spread pizza sauce to the edge, because the hostess mentioned sometimes the edge gets a little burnt when I asked how customers had enjoyed the GF pizza there or not. Also, I did ask for a side Caesar’s salad without croutons and when the salad was served it had croutons on it. Ouch! They made it right after apologizing. As far as pricing goes, I think it is easily said that it was way too much for what we received. The check total was about double what it should have cost us. Unfortunately, it was overall disappointing and I will not go back. I hope this helps someone one out if they plan to go there.
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Eaten here multiple times. Very good pizza and a great atmosphere. Celiac safe.
Gluten free? Yes. Over priced? Double yes.
The pizza is fantastic with lots of topping options. The gluten free crust was good and cooked perfectly. Only complaint is that it's overpriced.
Not a fan of their gluten free pizza. First one they burnt and second one was undercooked. I have had many different GF pizzas and this wasn't close to being ranked
Got the Cathy's gluten free pizza- Has roasted red peppers, artichoke hearts, mushrooms and garlic... Super delicious!! The owner just informed me that they switched gf crusts, it was one of the best gf crusts I've had at a restaurant. Also, all their wings are gf. They're baked, so for those of you who are super sensitive, you don't have to worry about cross contamination with frying :) The staff was awesome and wonderfully helpful. I'd definitely recommend giving Magpies a try!
I ordered the chicken ranchero toppings on a gluten-free crust, which only comes in a ten inch size. Including pizzas I had before I went gluten-free, this was hands down the best pizza I've ever had. Their white sauce is fantastic, since I can't eat tomatoes, and the crust was amazing. I definitely frequent Magpies more often now.