this is my favorite pizza in all of vegas. i get the gorgonzalla gf pizza. it's a little bit salty, a little bit sweet and little bit savory. their crust is delicious. my mother, who hates pizza is always asking for my crust. i was also told you can pretty much order any of their pizzas and use the gf crust with the exception of the deep dishes. it's not a dedicated gf space though. they cook them in the same fire oven. I'd also highly suggest trying the local made root beer. i like that they use delivery services, but it's so cool looking inside it's worth eating in just once.
This is a very generic chain restaurant and there are only two pizzas available gluten free (basically a veggie or a meat option.) However, the gluten free crust was great, it actually tasted like pizza crust instead of cardboard! I am very sensitive and tend to get sick after eating out despite asking questions and trying my best to communicate with servers. I didn’t have high hopes of finding food in Vegas that would taste good And not make me sick, but this place far exceeded my expectations and I really appreciated it!
I really wanted pizza, so decided to ask at this place as some reviews did say it was celiac friendly. As soon as we talked to our server about celiac disease, he was quick to explain that they are able to take many precautions, there is flour flying around their kitchen all the time and there is no way for them to prevent cross-contamination we thanked our server and tried another place. Fun atmosphere though! And I appreciated that the server was willing to lose out on a table and a tip to keep us safe.
My family and I were in Vegas this past August and we decided to try Pizza Rock for some pizza, even though it said it only had two choices. I've had GF pizza from all over the globe. This was the best pizza I ever had. We ordered both kinds of pizza - one veggie and one filled with meat. The veggie pizza was out of this world. So on our last day in Vegas, we went back. The server said, you can order any pizza on the menu GF. What! So we did, and my goodness. This place is fantastic. It's a sports bar, so it is always packed and noisy, but it's off the Strip, and a stones throw away from Fremont Street.
The pizza tasted delicious, but unfortunately I reacted after eating here. In fairness, the server warned me that there is not a dedicated kitchen and just a dedicated oven. I decided to try it based on the celiac friendly votes on this app. If you are sensitive - don't eat here!
I'm a celiac person, I told the waitress, about my alergies two times about my alergies with gluten, they came with a regular pizza and gave me, I trusted them and had 2 bites of it, noticed it was not what I ask for, called the waitress again and he went out back, and they'd made a serious mistake that could of send me to the hospital, maneger came out to say I'm sorry, when I think it would be the best if she really cared she was the one to make sure this wouldn't of happened by her bringing out the pizza and made sure it was safe. this place I can't trust never again.. for people that haven't had this experience there, happy for you guys.. I will put one star just to pass on my message to be with precaution when ordering gluten free pizza, they'd tell you ur safe, but back in the kitchen is the problem and the waitress didn't delivered the pizza the same, just to make sure i was saterffied with my order.
Literally the best GF pizza I have ever had!! The base was amazing & all pizzas are cooked in a separate GF only oven! Staff really understood & were great!! Menu was really good & although only a few pizzas showed as gluten free, you could choose any of the toppings for a small extra cost!
Many of the pizzas can be made with a gluten free 12" crust besides the two listed on the menu. The crust is made here and it's superior to many others that are thin and cracker like. This crust is thicker and more cake like. Overall, it's excellent but it's expensive.