They were honest that there could be cross contamination which I appreciate. However, this was the worst tasting gf crust I’d ever had. Too many other options in the area to eat here. My husband didn’t even like his regular pizza.
I had a really confusing experience here to say the least. They brought out my gluten free pizza with my husbands regular one and the toppings on mine had sausage instead of mushrooms. I asked if the sausage was gluten free because I would just settle for that. She said they were but insisted on bringing me another one with the correct toppings and said I should keep the one I had. So I had a few slices of the mistaken pizza and then someone came out and took it away and said they were making me the right pizza. I thought this was weird and then they brought me a salad for some reason. Then they brought me the newly made correct pizza and it was covered in white flour I assume. They said it was gluten free so I ate a few slices. About 15 mins later I was super super sick. I don't get sick too easily so something in this process was wrong and they were sketchy about the whole thing. I wouldn't recommend going there.
Don't want to rate it too harshly but the bar tender said everything is prepared and cooked on the same surfaces. Not celiac friendly. Smelled fantastic though. I ate elsewhere.
Not only best Gf pizza I’ve ever had. Best pizza period. True Italian wood fired pizza. Amazing!! They also do Gf calzones and dessert calzones.
Ordered a gluten free pizza the dough wasn’t cook and the cheese wasn’t melted
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Below Average
Gluten free pizza dough was excellent. Initially I was alarmed because it was covered in flour but they assured me it was GF flour. They said they can do any bread product GF except the meatballs. Garlic bread was fantastic tons of garlic and olive oil.
Cross contamination highly likely.