Lots of gluten free pizza options, staff was very knowledgeable. I usually always get sick after trying new pizza places just due to cross contamination however I felt fine.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
This Pizza place was very good! They have a Gluten Free pizza and it is Celiac safe. The staff was knowledgeable and our waiter was very nice. I loved the pizza and we had a nice time. According to my mom, the non-gluten free food is very nice as well.
My pizza crust was raw and undercooked. Can find a better pizza elsewhere.
GF pizza is very good. I've eaten there twice and never had a reaction. My only complaint would be the price, you have to buy a whole small pizza and depending on what you get it's between $15-$20.
I meet friends here for dinner every few weeks and have never had any issues. The caprese salad is GF and always a hit, and the GF pizza is prepared in a separate area. I usually have mine made with a red sauce and it's fine, although the toppings like to slide off no matter what kind of sauce I get. I do wish they had a NY or deep dish-style GF crust option, mostly because I loved Chicago-style before my diagnosis, but otherwise it's great.
Andrea is awesome!! She thoroughly explained the process to keep any cross contamination from occurring. They even have a dedicated space for food sensitivities. I'm happy to say, as an full blown Celiac, I had zero reaction to the Hawaiian pizza. Andrea recommended getting a crispy crust as the GF crust is rice based (not the typical corn). I got it lightly crispy and totally agree on her call and will get fully crispy next visit. REALLY TASTY FOOD, FTW!!!
The waitress recommended the white pizza for the gluten free crust saying she felt the crust didn't always handle the sauces/oils of the other pizzas the best and I'm glad she did. It was delicious! I'm very happy that i pulled up this app and found this place because the ambiance has a lot of character and I loved the pizza.
Pizza is really good! Asked and they have separate prep area etc