— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
My daughters are highly sensitive celiacs. They are able to enjoy the GF pizza and pasta here with no problem. Definitely a family friendly spot and I think the food is great too.
They have gluten free pizza and pasta. Some of the staff was knowledgeable but some wasn't so if you go here make sure you speak to the manager about your allergy. We tested the gluten free pizza with the Nima and came back good (no gluten).
I love their spaghetti with gluten free pasta!
I saw that people had issues here with stressing their gluten allergy. We were given a gluten free menu, upon request, and our waiter repeated gluten free when taking our order. We were very impressed with the taste of the pizza. Can't wait to go back and try their other pizza and pasta.
Good pizza. They have a gluten free menu.
I ordered a salad stressing gluten free. It came with croutons and I explained I couldn't eat it and that I needed a new salad prepared. I watched the waitress pick the croutons off and bring the salad back. I told her I couldn't eat it and got a large dose of attitude back. Needless to say I didn't eat the salad and won't go back.
My experience was a little stressful, it would have gotten five stars from me if I did not have to explain that they could not cook my pizza on the same surface that they cook all the other pizzas on. The pizza was delicious, and I did not have a reaction, However when the waiter explained to me that they had become quite well-known for their gluten-free menu but yet did not understand that they couldn't cook my pizza or any other food for that matter in the same spaces as regular pizza and pasta it made me very concerned. He did the right thing and got the manager, and the manager explained to the crew that they needed to cook it separately (and I know they did because you can see what they're doing in the kitchen, which also is very good). Thanks to a great and understanding staff everything turned out all right. The moral of the story is, just because they say they have a gluten-free menu, doesn't mean they really know how to cook gluten-free. Make sure you stress your condition wherever you go. Even if it makes you feel stupid and obnoxious and demanding. Your health is worth it.
The staff was very knowledgeable about the GF items and even had a list of pizza crust ingredients (I am extremely allergic to nuts and coconut which commonly replace gluten flours). The pizza crust was incredible. My family said they would order all the pizza GF next time as they liked the crust more than the regular. There was a $4 charge for GF crust but well worth it. I am gluten intolerant (not celiac) so I did not ask about cross contamination of the pizza ovens.
So disappointed to have to ruin what seems to be a GF Haven for Celiacs. Order was incorrect four separate times. The only one I really minded was the Caesar ordered without croutons, brought to table with croutons, sent back, and returned with crumbs all over. The kitchen had obviously just taken them off. The other two mistakes were omission of an ingredient on a salad (it was bacon so it’s worth mentioning!), and an omission of an ingredient ordered on my pizza. Clearly this is a kitchen issue-which is where Celiacs have to be truly confident in to dine out. I would like to extend my thanks to management who comped appropriately and treated the problem with grace, but on top of everything else I was severely glutened. Very disappointing and will most definitely not be revisiting or recommending to my GFF’s.