They offer a cauliflower crust that is honestly one of the best GF pizza crusts I’ve ever had (my non-GF husband loved it too!). They prepare the dough separately and will be extra careful if you mention it’s for an allergy. The server wasn’t super knowledgeable but the owner/manager came over to assist and was on top of handling procedures.
Chill pizza place with GF crust options. The 12” was way larger than I expected and would easily feed two people. Decent crust...very floppy/NY style.
Very good pizza by GF standards, not the standard frozen Udi’s crust. Served in 12” size which is nice relative to most places that serve such tiny GF pizzas. I am Celiac but not typically sensitive to cross contamination so proceed with caution on that front.
In the spring of 2017 I found this gem Pazzo’s pizza however when I returned with high hopes I left greatly disappointed. As I approached ordering the gluten free pizza I greatly loved (PAST TENSE), I was met with a rude awakening when the waiter assumed it was my preference and told me it was “disgusting and the pizzas were frozen”. I also came to learn of the cross contamination which floods the kitchen. My heart melted into a puddle after hearing the devastating news. I had to endure yet another salad which because I did not want to leave after the 30 minute wait. I deeply regret staying in my seat after discovering the gluten free pizza was out but after quickly realizing it is frozen I’m glad I didn’t eat it. I must say that the service was exceptional and we did come during an extremely busy time of the year but the gluten free pizza, or might I say lack there of had me feeling distraught, upset, and on the verge of tears. I recommend the non gf pizza but for those who have to endure the suffering affiliated with celiac disease I would find a different restaurant:(
Beware...they don't use separate utensils or ingredients to make their GF pizzas. Same sauce ladle as the regular pizzas and same toppings. The pizza looks and smells great, but this celiac is not willing to risk the obvious cc risks. :(