If you have celiac this place is a major no no. There is flour EVERYWHERE and even the manager told me he would be surprised if there wasn't cross contamination. I've rolled the dice twice on the gluten free pizza and got incredibly sick both times.
The best GFree Crust I've had so far. No adverse reaction. You have to be G Free trained to work there. That is what a Pitfire Pizza staff member told me. I will def. go back. EDIT: I went back because it was so good, only this time I got extremely Ill. The food was definitely contaminated with gluten! Never again!
I’ve come in here twice after hearing all the amazing reviews and twice I haven’t felt safe enough to stay and order. I asked the guy at the front about gluten free options and he told me they have gluten free crust. I asked if the toppings are gluten free and his answer was “Yeah, I think so. They should be.” Not super convincing. I asked him to ask his manager or kitchen staff for a list of safe toppings and could never get a straight answer from anyone. I really wanted to try this place but the staff just doesn’t seem to have an understanding of what gluten even is or what it can be found in.
Gluten free pizza was just ok. Crust was thin and tough to chew. Better off getting a frozen gf pizza and cooking it at home. The price was super expensive for what you get. I most likely will not be returning to dine here.
I have DH so cross-contamination is very evident for me. I stopped ordering pizza here because of the shared oven & tools. I've tried two of their salads and had a reaction to both. No idea what's happening in their kitchen because salad is safe 99% of the time, ensuring the dressing is GF and no croutons/obvious bread are on the salad.
Everyone likes their pizza crust a little different, but for me this is probably the best GF pizza I have ever had. The crust is thin but not overly crunchy while at the same time not overly chewy as these things can sometime become. Just absolutely perfect and yummy with fabulous toppings. Great staff is a nice bonus too.
A bit expensive but when you're celiac not many options. They do cook all pizzas in the same oven but I have not experienced a reaction to cross contamination. This has become my go to pizza spot!
Beware!!! One star TOO good. Theyll charge you extra for GF crust to only turn around and push it into the same pizza oven with the same pizza boards on same cooking surface as regular crusts. Watch them go down when new restaurant GF regs go into effect this summer!!