Napolese is a Patachou restaurant that uses local farm products, and thus, you get some of the freshest ingredients. One of the best things about Napolese is that they offer gluten free options, including the pizza dough. This is by far some of the best gluten free pizza that I have had in a while. It tasted so heavenly; I forgot that it was gluten free. Being nervous about cross contamination, due to the pizza being cooked via woodstone oven, I was happy to learn that the pizza was cooked in a pan and marked with a tooth pick that had the Swiss Flag on it to signify that it was gluten free. One of the downsides to this location is the seating, as it is pretty tight.
I was disappointed. The reviews on this app made it sound like they make gf dough. However, my husband brought it home & I could tell by the perfectly round pie with the ridges on the bottom that it was the same old frozen junk that you get at every place that offers gf pizza. We called, and sure enough, they don't make their own and "never have" due to the "incredibly complex task it is to make gf dough..." Blah, blah blah. Also acted like my husband was unsophisticated when he returned a burnt pizza- "it's not burned, it's wood fired." No, it was all black on the bottom- that's burned.
The good: according to my server, cross-contamination is minimized by wrapping the pizza in foil while cooking it. The bad: I guess I'm not a fan of "artisanal pizza" which has splotches of big cheese balls and thick pepperoni. Plus my girl's soup was cold. And the water was lukewarm and served from a container with dried pizza sauce.