Very good, but expensive and kinda small. Always love a place that has a dedicated GF menu!
Gluten free and Dairy free pizza! It was great. Too bad it is a bit expensive otherwise we'd have it more often.
This is the best gluten free pizza I have had. I love the olive oil and garlic base, veg-out with chicken. I have it every Friday. Always great!
Visited from out of town. The crust was well undercooked & spongy, we asked for extra cheese but it came to use with spots of cheese & mostly empty space, and we sent it back because it wasn't even warm. I'm sick now too, so I suspect they didn't take precautions during prep. I'll stick with the location in Charlotte instead!
Their gf crust tastes like cardboard. If they tried rice based instead of corn it would be exponentially better.
So not a fan of their gluten free pizza. It didn't have a good taste and the toppings did not work well together. I like their original crust better but unfortunately it is not an option anymore.
Had the gluten free pizza Monday night and it always takes three days for me to feel sick if it’s contaminated. Right on time exactly three days I had a severe reaction and in so much pain. Must have been cross contaminated while baking it. Will not be trusting to eat here again. (I haven’t been out to dinner since and cooked my own meals so no chance I had a cross contamination with any other food in my house)
After reading the reviews I was kind of nervous, but I ordered a gluten free pepperoni pizza and let them know I had celiacs and could have no cross contamination. I ended up NOT getting sick or having any symptoms, so I’d assume it’s safe. It’s always a risk though going out somewhere!
The pizza is very good, and they do have a lot of great precautions in place, but we have had to stop going there because my daughter would get ill more often then not. I think it comes down to sensitivity, for a Celiac, a place that handles loose gluten flour is going to be dicey. For us, unfortunately, too dicey.
The pizza was good. Website lists only certain toppings were GF but two different employees assured me that all the toppings were GF. I ordered the buffalo chicken in GF form. I had a mild reaction. Possibly minor cross contamination as I am very sensitive or possible that the caramelized onions or buffalo sauce contained gluten. Pizza was excellent. 4 stars as I am unsure the staff was right about the toppings.
YUM!! Was craving a GF pizza that was safe and this place definitely delivered. There is not a separate GF menu but it's clearly marked which pizza ingredients you can have on the regular menu. They have a separate prep space just for these items. Our server Jason was great and knowledgeable, I felt very safe eating here.
Great place to grab GF pizza and drinks. Pizza small but tastes decent. I was told the GF pizzas are prepared in a separate area, but they go in the same oven on a metal pan (mine was on top rack), if that matters to you. GF beer and cider available.
Server informed me that they have a separate kitchen for GF! I haven’t had pizza in 5 months because of cross contamination in the past— this was THE BEST PIZZA EVER! Great service, wait was shorter than expected, great experience & no celiac attack—yay!
We intentionally waited about 5 months for this location to work out the new restaurant kinks to avoid risk of contamination. No worries - food was delicious and my little celiac daughter didn’t have any ill effects. We all had gluten free cheese pizzas and house salad.
They are very conscious of cross contamination and have a separate area for cooking and preparing pizzas, however, that is the only safe thing you can get there for sure and I think the crust tastes absolutely terrible especially for the price. You are better off buying a frozen pizza and cooking it yourself in your own oven.
Went here to eat after being disappointed at the smokey mountain brewery. The waitress started telling me about how they prepared the gluten free pizza before I even finished explaining my celiac disease, she brought my pizza out with gloves on to be extra sure nothing touched my food. They also have dedicated kitchen space, utensils, and dedicated gluten free bins that only gluten free pizza toppings are used for. This place was absolutely awesome I would highly recommend it! Also ask for Victoria (I believe was her name) she was amazing!
Very impressed with the amount of info on the menu regarding their gluten free offerings. The server wasn’t very knowledgeable about the kitchen process, but the gf pizza was hand delivered by the manager, which was nice. He explained the full process, and also how everything is kept in a separate cooler and cooked in a separate oven. This was my first gf pizza, and it did not disappoint! No reactions at all after eating here.
Staff is knowledgeable and food is great. They have safe practices and separate prep area for gluten free dishes. I’ve eaten there many times and never had a problem. Alcohol selection leaves a little to be desired as they don’t have a gluten free beers but do have a cider.
They offer gluten free pizza that is pretty good. Lots of options for toppings. As a celiac, I have eaten here a few times now and have not gotten sick. They bake the pizza on a baking pan instead of directly onto the oven surface. They are familiar with celiac and gluten free.
We had previously been to the Mellow Mushroom in Charlottesville, VA and loved it. This location, however, changed dairy-free cheese brands to one that contains soy and we could not have. The pizzas were significantly smaller and burnt. The crust was not very good at all- very cardboard-tasting. Overall it was a very expensive, unsatisfying experience.
Our waiter, Andrew, was wonderful. He assured me our gluten free pizza would be delivered to the table uncontaminated. It was nice to enjoy a meal out with our celiac toddler. A former employee of Mellow that we know had assured me they were careful there. We had a wonderful experience and we felt safe feeding our toddler their food. Thanks for caring, Mellow!
We ordered the gluten-free ten inch pizza. It was pretty tasty, and my husband did not have a reaction. The only issue is that we felt it was kind of overpriced. This often happens with GF foods. If you want to feel normal and have a pretty good pizza, it can happen here! But if you want a pizza that is a delicious ~experience~, that isn't probably what will happen. Still the best option around that we have found, though. Worth it on occasion.
I’ve never gotten sick here and it’s totally safe. I just personally think the GF pizza sucks lol. Its flaccid and bland. Try Joseph’s or Blaze or V Pizza instead. 😂
You can have anything (in the pizza section if the menu) with a gluten free crust and dairy free cheese. I got a non gluten free pizza once but I think it was an honest mistake since I go there a lot and is the first time it happened.
This place bent over backwards to make sure we had the information we needed. My son has both celiac and type 1 diabetes. So after we ordered the gluten free pizza, I asked the server if she could find the carb count for the crust. I really confused her on that one, because she kept talking about their gluten free practices. But she said she'd find out, and then the manager and the owner both came to our table to help us. My son is usually embarrassed when I ask too many questions at a restaurant, but they made him feel important and they really took the time to listen and find the information. The manager had a background in health services, so that made my son feel more at ease that he understood the questions I was asking. In hindsight, I found the carbs on their website quicker than the manager found it in his book, but they were helpful nonetheless. My son really liked the pizza and I appreciated that they prepared it in a separate area with clean hands, new gloves, and a clean apron (according to their menu).
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