I wish I could enjoy this place… the first time I called the worker seemed informed about gluten free items & precautions for cross contamination… the pizza was okay, but I think they rushed it bc they were going to close in 30 minutes. however when I called the second time about gf pizza, the worker said they were cooked in the same oven and made with the same equipment ..
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I called and the person who answered the phone was well-informed on the process to avoid cross contamination, which is always a great first sign. The process sounded thorough. Based on that and this site’s reviews, I decided to try their pizza. It was really good and I had no issues. I am excited bc I only have a couple of places I trust at this time. I’ll definitely be back!
We go here from time to time. We either get the gluten free pizza or the gluten free pasta with meat sauce. Love their meat sauce!! They will bring you out a gf pizza crust to dip in their oil and spices for a charge. Their regular bread is free. There is a gf soup on the menu. You’ll see it. And it is delish!! Love it. I have my hubby go pick it up if I’m not feeling well. Sometimes the service is slow. Sometimes their drinks are good and sometimes they’re not. I guess it must depend on who’s making them.
The chicken piccata on gf pasta was great!
Food is fabulous! Another reviewer mentioned the seafood fettuccine in pink sauce and she was right! Pure heaven! The dipping oil is fantastic and they will bring a gf pizza crust for a hefty price of $8 in lieu of their table bread. The service was slow and erratically attentive. But it’s also NYE, so perhaps it’s an anomaly. We’ll definitely will back to try again or at least order out to avoid the slow service.
Our waitress was friendly and helpful. Basically anything on the menu that isn’t breaded can be made gluten free. They bring bread and their own dipping oil blend to the table. They offered to bring me a gluten free pizza crust with my own dipping oil. It was a additional fee but it was also extremely tasty. Their oil blend is pretty magical. They only had two appetizers that could be made gluten free. We chose the crab stuffed mushrooms and they did not disappoint. They were very good and had LOTS of crab. I used the left over sauce in the boat to dip some of my pizza crust. For my meal I had sooooo many options to choose from as most of the menu can be made gluten free. I chose the seafood pasta with pink sauce. It was MAGICAL. There were so many scallops, plenty of shrimp, and multiple fresh clams and scallops in their shell. It was a gorgeous dish to look at but it tasted even better. It was a very generous portion and the pink sauce had well developed flavor to it. We didn’t have dessert but they do have a creme brûlée that is gluten free. So there was the option. We were just too full. I took half my pizza crust and pasta dish home. Oh you also get a house salad with the meal. It was good too but pretty standard.
I cannot wait to go back and try more of the menu. It is a little pricey but for what you get it’s really not. The restaurant has great ambiance for a girls night, a dinner with family or friends, or a date night especially. They have a kids menu but I doubt I would take my kids unless they were feeling particularly well mannered as it’s a small restaurant with a intimate feel. My kids could be little monsters and I’d hate to subject someone one a date in a cozy restaurant to my crazy kids. There is the option though.
Gluten free pizza crust & pasta available. Had the gluten free pizza and it was wonderful!!