Gluten free crust get major cross contamination during food prep. I had a Greek salad and was fine. Everyone else’s glutinous pizza looked great but it’s not safe for celiacs.
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.
Owner/ Manager always discusses procedures with me. He makes his own dough and modifies it frequently to give GF patrons the best "pizza" experience. Very safe. I've had both pizza and wings on several occasions and never had an issue (I am fairly sensitive). Highly recommend!
— All food is gluten free, some drinks may not be gluten-free
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.