I ordered a gluten free pizza that tasted sooo good! Later I realized it tasted so good because it was NOT gluten free. I'm still paying the price days later. 😩 the waitress assured me it was gluten free and it DEFINITELY was not. I should have known when it looked just like the other pizzas at the table. Unfortunately, I won't be back to try again. Can't take that chance again...
Our waitress Tamara (I believe?) was phenomenal! She checked that the sangria was gluten free and made sure the kitchen and manager were aware of my allergy concerns (cross contamination) with my pizza. I am a very sensitive Celiac and didn't have any reaction at all!
No gluten free menu, but many dishes that are gluten free or can be modified to be GF. I have only eaten in the Cafe at the Oliver House, but the service has always been excellent! Everything is made fresh in the restaurant, and the kitchen staff/servers can tell you exactly what is in each meal and how it is prepared. They have many great salads and soups that are/can be made gluten free. This is one of my favorite lunch spots.
First couple of visits went well- they don't have much on the menu besides salads. They do have gluten free pizza available. On one occasion I found 4 hairs in my pizza after I had boxed it and taken it home, and the next occasion I had a bad reaction. I would suggest a salad for anyone dining here.
Hand's down the best gluten free pizza I have ever eaten. The guy wood fire baking the pizzas was amazing and the staff was wonderful. After my meal the manager came to our table to ask me how the meal was. I HIGHLY suggest the Sicilian gluten free pizza.