Ordered a gluten free pizza for take out. I received a regular pizza and when I asked for a new one was put on hold on the phone. They never picked up the phone, kept me on hold, and took zero responsibility to say the least. I wouldn’t trust them with a safe kitchen or celiac.
Our waitress was very knowledgeable about gf food. She was able to recommend several menu items and ciders. The service was great. I will be visiting again when we are back in town. Large gluten free menu, our waitress was able to check in our for me to find it if they were gluten free it not. We went early so we did not have to wait but it gets busy at night. I had the pizza and it was very good.
Celiac friendly is generous for this restaurant. The menu for true allergy limits your selection to salad and penne pasta with choice of marinara or Alfredo sauce. The gf pizza is prepared in the same location as regular pizzas eliminating the ability for celiac consumption. I chose the salad and penne Alfredo but really had to adjust my selections multiple times. Family members loved the pizza.
Had a lovely meal here - staff were knowledgeable about gf and they were able to offer bread/rolls for any of the sandwiches/ burger, gf pizza base and gf pasta. Staff also well aware of cross contamination and double checked a couple of things.
The Gluten Free Pizza is AWESOME, but unfortunately not Celiac-safe. I had to stop eating here as it is too risky - they make the pizzas in the same area as regular pizza and cook in the same oven. Probably one of the best places to get GF pizza if you're just NCGS but for us Celiac's we have to look elsewhere.
We were pretty disappointed after reading the other reviews. The gluten-free pizza crust was very dry and nothing special unfortunately. It was also underseasoned. The regular pizza my kids had was also not great at all and it's pretty hard to mess up pepperoni pizza :-). Perhaps we caught them on an off day but we were quite disappointed
Lots of gf options. Server was knowledgeable. My stomach is pretty sensitive and had no reaction here. However I do know people that are more sensitive than I and have had reactions at places I have not. So I would be more inquisitive with the waitstaff about their prep area before hand.
Just stopped there for lunch. I had the Leonardo with plum tomatoes. I highly recommend! Husband and I both enjoyed gf pies and he had a gf beer. They also have cider available. Pies were very flavorful and crust was thin-ish, but soft! Not that hard-as-a-rock, thin crust you typically get everywhere else. We loved it! Just get here before everyone comes down off the mountain!
I'll let the email I sent speak for itself. If I could choose zero stars, I would. Three gluten -free pizzas were ordered - doesn't get much easier. The waitress was perfectly pleasant, however, she made what could have been a DEADLY mistake had my 8-year-old daughter been allergic. Fortunately for us, she will only have to endure three hours of extreme abdominal pain and vomiting because she has Celiac disease. I called and spoke to the man who made the pizzas. His first instinct was to try to tell me about his friend who couldn't work there because of the flour in the air. Yet nothing was mentioned when we ordered about this - he admitted that he's "got flour all over him". Apparently your kitchen help doesn't try to prevent cross-contamination while toting gluten-free menu items. He then went over the order and told me that only two of the pizzas were GF and then it must be the waitress' fault. The kicker, is that he continued on and BLAMED ME for not noticing the SLIGHT difference in the crusts of the pizzas that I wasn't eating. My daughter is hugging the toilet vomiting and he's telling me it's MY fault. Shame on him - I hope he never has to watch one of his children go through something like this. My poor daughter is now at the point of dry heaving and bringing up the occasional bile. Thanks for one of our worst experiences
On a previous trip, I had their GF pizza and it was so good and I didn't get sick at all. However, on my most recent trip (August 2014), I ordered the GF pizza and they did not have any crust in stock. :( So, I went with a pasta dish--fettuccine Alfredo, made with GF penne. It was delicious but when I got to the bottom of my dish I found a stray piece of linguine--which I assume was NOT gluten free. I stopped eating it immediately but I know I was glutened because I felt sick afterwards. Totally let down by a place I thought was knowledgeable and helpful originally.
Great gluten free options! Pizza crust was the best that I have ever had. Typically, I settle with pizza and the crust. For the first time since being diagnosed with celiac, I felt like I was not missing out! Pizza crust tasted like real pizza crust! Stowe is a very gluten friendly place and I highly recommend!
This used to be my favorite gluten free pizza. They just changed crusts and it is really bad. I only ate one bite and will not eat the rest. I just hope it doesn't make me sick. I would give this negative stars if I could. I am updating this post. I have been sick since about 24 hours after taking one bite of the pizza. Be careful!
My wife and I used to love coming to Stowe for Picasso GF pizza. Got our usual order tonight and we were completely caught off guard. Crust was different (awful) and cheese was not even completely cooked. So upset! Called and was told that they switched crusts a few weeks ago! Why would they do that when they had perfection. Not sure if we will go back, maybe enough folks will complain. Not even sure if it is still GF.
Food is great but use caution. I'm not sure how well the staff is educated on serving GF. I ate there two days ago and my GF pasta was served with a breadstick on the side. I figured it was an oversight until today when my GF pizza was 'accidentally' prepared on regular crust. It's a shame because they offer so many different GF options but if you have celiacs or an extreme sensitivity I would pass.