They're pretty careful with keeping the crusts separate, but all the toppings come out of same bins. Someone who works there says she has celiac disease and never gets sick from the pizza because she digs down into the bottom of the toppings to get uncontaminated toppings. Decided not to eat there.
ok, pizza port is my favorite place in Carlsbad...but guys.. you really need to control cross Contamination. I have celiac and unfortunatley got sick/glutened the last time I was there. you can't use ANY of the same utensiles or surfaces as the regular pizzas.
after being sick for a week and this was the only time I've eaten out in months I will never go back. I think there is to much of a risk for cross contamination for us celiac people. do not recommend
Great tasting GF pizza (personal size) any topping/type of pizza (just extra charge for it which is normal for GF pizza). Edges get crunchy sometimes since GF pizza dough is so thinKale salad is amazing. Full of yummy hearty toppings.
GF pizza is good but the edges are usually pretty hard since it's a smaller (personal sized) pizza and easy to burn the edges. Their kale salad is delicious! And I like how this location has a lot if outside seating and u can walk around downtown afterwards.
Yay - they have GF pizza. I didn't react to it either - yay! But it did not taste good at all, and I was bummed "I paid THAT MUCH for it, and it didn't even taste good." I don't want to give it 1 star, b/c yay for having a solid offering of GF pizza... but I will NOT be going back. Paradise Pizza is a way better choice.