They have two sizes of gluten free crust, personal or 12". Also the people are friendly.
The toppings were very limited and the taste wasn't any better than a GF frozen pizza. Also, they didn't have any gf salad dressings, disappointing to not be able to have a salad with the low taste pizza. The service was also lacking from the second we walked in the door. Was very disappointed.
Ordered chicken piccata, told her I couldn't have gluten... She said she would take care of it.... When it showed up at my house it was gluten free pasta... No sauce, and what appeared to be boiled chicken..so yes. It was gluten free. But I payed 14$ for boiled chicken... And plain pasta.
I don't know what the other people are saying but I stopped in and got a gluten free pizza to go. The staff was so friendly and knew exactly what toppings were gluten free. They were super cautious about cross contamination. But it tasted super good! It was a new kind of crust, I'm used to the same crust they use at every restaurant and this was really good. I have celiac and I'm super sensitive and this place didn't get me sick while I was out at wineries all day. I definitely recommend this place. I can't get over how friendly the staff was too.
Pizza was deffinately not perfect, but It's worth it to try. The pasta, though, is the delicious Gluten Free Barilla, which I find amazing in flavor! But upon asking, they did not seem to be very careful about cross-contamination, which is a down fall overall. But if you are not super sensative, and need something quick, Mary's is a great choice. :)
GF crust is not very good. Had a reaction after eating GF pizza here. Waitress was not very knowledgable at all. Did not do a good job avoiding cross-contamination. Would not suggest eating GF pizza here if you have to avoid gluten for health reasons. Have never tried any of the other GF options because I was too scared to go back and eat here.
Mary's is a great place with great service! Their house salads are a wonderful gluten free option and the gluten free pastas and pizzas are surprisingly satisfying! Make sure they know if you have a gluten sensitivity and they will make sure you're meal is safe for you to eat
If you're not eating gluten free, Mary's is awesome. I was impressed that they have a gluten free penne pasta, and the Caprese salad was incredible! Unfortunately, Domino's glute free pizza is miles ahead. This crust is flaccid and gummy which makes the pizza a complete disappointment. If your desperate for a pizza order the Caprese salad then tolerate the pizza and you should be fairly satisfied.
They offer gluten free pizza and pasta. Very good about cross contamination. Pizzas are prepared in the cooler and cooked on a foil lined pan. I think they use Still Riding pizza crusts. The marinara sauce is wonderful and if you ask they can do a gf meat sauce, my favorite.
I've eaten the pizza from the Anderson Mary's several times. They have thin, gluten free crust and a list of gluten free toppings. I've never gotten sick from their GF pizza. It was a thrill to finally eat a pizza locally!! The staff seems very knowledgeable about cross contamination issues.
I've eaten pizza and salads here three times now and gotten pretty sick all 3 times times...more than just a little CC. I don't think I'll be back any time soon.
Great pizza but expensive
I always loved Mary's and, when I had to go gf, I was sad to lose it. When they got gf crust I was excited. Unfortunately, it is a dry, frozen, yucky crust with limited toppings. I use Udi crusts at home and they are far superior for pre fab crusts. After experiencing Picazzo Pizzas in Arizona and Rosso in Santa Rosa, CA, I know it can be done right. Mary's salads are still great, but menu choices are limited for gf. :-(
Staff was great but gf pizza crust was horrible. I hope they improve it because Mary's is a favorite for my family.
Mary's offers gluten-free pizza with Still Riding Pizza crust