The pizza and calzone are delicious, but it is not worth the cross contamination that comes with it. Avoid if you react to that.
Gluten free option is pretty good. Expensive pizza though.
The ONLY thing I liked about gluten free at this restaurant was that they were willing to make a calzone with the gluten free crust. Normally you only get pizza. Not very welcoming. Not celiac friendly.
This is not gluten free!!! The waitress said they use the same roller as the regular crust. They shouldn't even be advertising a gluten free crust.
I've driven by Moonlight Pizza many times on my visits to Raleigh and always thought it looked like a cool place, but was sad that I couldn't check it out since I was gluten free. Today, I was looking for a place to eat lunch and discovered that Moonlight offers a GF crust. I read on their website that they "worked hard to create a gluten-free pizza crust option that maintains the taste, integrity, and quality of our dough without gluten ingredients." So I was super excited to check it out. I went in and sat at the bar, where I was waited on by the bartender. The service was kind of indifferent...not super friendly, but not bad. I ordered a medium GF pizza with pepperoni and mushrooms and a Caesar salad. The Caesar came with red onions on it. Um, no. Picked those off. It was just okay - the lettuce had some brown edges, the dressing was a little tart. Pizza finally came. It looked good, but it was just kinda meh. The sauce and cheese were kind of flavorless. The portions of the pizza that were covered with sauce and cheese were kinda soft. The edges, where there was nothing except maybe a little cheese, were crispy and pretty good. But that was a really small portion of the pizza. It was pretty disappointing - especially since the crust was decent. If the sauce and cheese had tasted better I would be going back. But when in Raleigh, I will stick with ZPizza for GF pizza.
The best gluten-free pizza in Raleigh!