Fan of anyone with a hand-made gluten free crust but watched as flour from non-gluten free pizza fell into pizza sauce. The way the kitchen is setup negates the effort put in to make gluten free crust. Hope they make needed changes to make this another viable GF option.
Celiac friendly. I got the GF pizza sausage and mushrooms and did not get sick. It was super delicious, crust edges were kind burnt but the pizza was so good I just didn’t eat the crusts. I also got the Greek salad which was also pretty good.
So I have celiac disease and am VERY sensitive to gluten so I normally go places hesitant to try anything. I came in, saw signs saying they had gluten free items. Crust, dessert, and vegan cheese. They also had several warning signs for cross contamination like normal restaurants do that have gluten free options. But normally they at least take precautions to avoid contamination, especially if they are advertising gluten FREE. They then proceeded to make my “gluten free” pizza with the same gloves, and place it on the same flour drenched stone pizza oven. And when I asked about it the chef laughed as if it was a joke. Moral of the story is, if you have a gluten allergy you or celiac disease AVOID LIKE THE PLAUGE or you will get sick. They did not offer refund for my food and the rest of my party ate while I sat here with no food.
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.
The staff was very friendly. Chef very knowledgeable about GF. They make their GF pizza crust from scratch. No cardboard crust here. The pizza is fired in a wood oven on a disc so it is not cross contaminated. The bacon wrapped dates were delicious.
Good pizza crust that they make in-house but the service and product lacks consistency. We went in one time and they had not made any GF crust for that day so we had to leave after placing our order. With a little extra focus and attention this could be a five star place.
Gluten free crust available on menu, but we were informed it was a shared cooking environment. Pizza arrived with a layer of flour. I wouldn’t recommend this restaurant if you’re gluten-free for ANY kind of health reason. Too much cross contamination.
We so wanted to like this new local establishment. Looks great inside and found a great happy hour menu for a future visit. We were a group of 7 and came for lunch. We called ahead to verify they had gluten free crust as our adult son has celiac. They do and we were told over the phone that they had a separate oven. We specifically asked that question. When we got there and we asked about it again as we were placing our order. The girl taking the order as well as the cook were totally clueless. So you know, some people eat gluten free cause they want to, others because they have to. Our son falls in the "have" to group. If you have to have gluten free your food can not touch gluten and separate tools and utensils have to handle the pizza. While the heat in the oven might kill off the gluten inside the oven, you still need separate pizza cutters and boards to remove the pizza from the oven. The people working were actually clueless. Just saying you have gluten free pizza is not enough. Unfortunately we had to leave. I suggest the owners check out how Blaze does it up the street because they do gluten free very well. Just saying you have gluten free crust does not make the pizza gluten free.
They don’t take any precautions for cross contamination and use the same oven that is covered in flour. If you don’t have CC sensitivity you will love it but if you are, DONT EAT THE PIZZA! They have some good salads though.
We came on opening night not knowing what to expect and were pleasantly surprised by the delicious food. Although there was a bit of opening night chaos, the GF chicken pesto pizza made in a central wood fired oven was to die for. Delicious flavorful dough and very fresh high quality ingredients make the difference. Highly recommend the kale, fig and ricotta salad. They make their own GF dough and it is one of the best I’ve had.
The best gluten free pizza you’ll ever have. Not celiac friendly but if you have a gluten digestive enzyme to take “just in case” that’s what I did and I’ve been fine. Simalase gfcf is what I take. Best pizza ever so worth it!
The gluten free pizza was PHENOMENAL! My mom, who is not gluten free, taste tested the gluten free crust next to her regular crust and it had very little difference! All of the ingredient and toppings are super fresh and the staff seemed knowledgeable about the menu.