Excellent options! The staff was very knowledgeable and accommodated my requests. Menu items are not marked gluten free but there are gluten free options available (gf pasta and gf pizza crust). The cocktails and food were amazing. Great ambiance as well. This place was a great GF Italian option!
The food was AMAZING! Best GF pizza! Staff had no idea what gluten free was. At one point when I asked if something was gluten free she replied, “ well it’s just coated in flour and fried so I think you’re good”.... but the food was great, just need to know what your ordering
Sad they won’t admit fault even with gluten free procedures, my brother is celiac and got glutened last night due to cross contamination according to the manager they have a multi set process to avoid this however my brother still got sick instantly. The manager would not accept responsibility for this, just told me they did everything right implying my brother was lying. They do not have a gluten free kitchen so I can understand of these things happen all the manger needed to do was apologize. Eat pizza from North Italia at your own risk.
This was such a treat! My sister and I split the Margherita pizza and the Strozzapeti with zucchini noodles without the pine nuts. They do have gluten free pasta as well but we wanted the zucchini instead! Everything was so good. Probably one of the best gluten free pizza I’ve had. I would definitely recommend!
We spoke with a manager before bringing our 8 year old who is Celiac. They seemed very knowledgeable about preventing cross contamination. Separate area and utensils/cutting board. Shared oven for pizzas but they have raised mesh thing they put gf pizzas on to prevent contamination. My daughter had gf pasta and did not get sick. We were treated very well and all of the food was delicious.
High prices, small portions. Many items can be made gluten free (they say). I ordered a $15 salad and was planning to split my wife’s pizza that she considerately ordered with the GF crust. After my tiny little salad was delivered, they came back saying they were out of gluten free crust. So my wife got a pizza that we couldn’t share. Later I discovered that they tacked on a GF pizza crust charge of $2.50 for a pizza that was never delivered. I flagged it as celiac friendly, based in their menu, but I didn’t have a good experience. I didn’t get sick but paid an outrageous price for a meal I couldn’t enjoy.
I’ve eaten there twice and had problems. The first time I ordered a scallop dish and my Nima tested gluten found. I notified the server and they remade the dish - gluten found again. The second time I ate there, I ordered a salad. I didn’t test it, but my stomach was in knots for the rest of the afternoon. There are better gluten free options in the same parking lot that I’ve had a better experience with.
Awesome options! Everything I've tried is wonderful. One of my favorites for sure!
The staff was very knowledgeable about what was gluten free and what wasn’t. They are very willing to double check with cooks in the back/managers. Their food is made in house so it takes a little longer to get your food but the wait was definitely worth it. All pizzas and pasta can be made with gluten free noodles and bread. The zucchini chips ARE NOT GF
My server was knowledgeable and doubled checked with the kitchen to make sure my order was safe. I got the house specialty bolognese with gluten free pasta. They are not kidding when they say it is their specialty, I savored every bite. We also had one of the desserts (the caramel one- I can’t remember the name) it was awesome as well. I had no issue eating here and plan on going back.
The staff was very knowledgeable about Celiac and very careful about the chicken I added to the salad. The waiter was incredibly helpful. They offer gluten free pasta and pizza but I’d suggest asking more questions about how they prepare those.
The waiter was awesome and was able to completely create whatever I wanted! They offer rice pasta and can make any pasta you want with it. As well as GF pizza crust
I was glad to find that although not listed on their menu they do make GF pizza, so ask. They also have GF pasta though I did not try it. My friends who had food off the regular menu said that the spaghetti and meatballs was really delicious. Nice atmosphere, especially the patio on a spring night.