Closed Doors are not open anymore. Too bad was a great place
My family is obsessed. Crust is pretty good but I'm not crazy about the cheese or sauce (it's kind of sweet). I also am not crazy about topping choices. Staff is always attentive though. Calzone is thin but good.
Had a few good experiences but got sick today :(
This was my first time at the Portland Pie Co and it was wonderful our waitress was so educated on celiac so wasnt the kitchen staff will be retuning
Great at gluten free. Bad at service/speed.
They won't give you regular cheese if you are Gf because it has flour in it (WHY). so you have to have Daiya (vegan cheese) which is very oily and greasy
The pizza actually tasted like 'real' pizza! Delicious!
The gluten free pizza is really great and great service!
Absolutely outstanding! Ate here last night. The manager came right to our table once the server told him my brother & I have celiac. We shared a salad (2 of the dressings are GF & the server was very knowledgeable) and we got 2 GF pizzas. The pizza was so delicious that we got one to go! I've definitely found a go-to spot when I'm in MA! Looking forward to my next visit already :)
Finally a pizza that tastes really good!!! Also GF desert offerings - I'll be back
The pizza was amazing, and the floor manager came out to discuss the process - they have all the bases covered in the kitchen.
I haven't been to this specific location, but have eaten at several of their Portland locations and they are very knowledgable and it tastes great!
Very attentive to being gluten free- friendly. The manager came out and assured us that my pizza was being cooked separately with all clean utensils and on a separate surface. Plus, the pizza was delicious!!
The staff are super attentive when it comes to GF concerns. They have an awesome variety of pizza, from regular to lobster with a cream sauce. Nachos are also great. There are more GF items but that's all I've tried so far. Definitely check them out.
Before I was gluten-free, I loved this place and it'd get 5 stars easily. I hear that the gluten-free crust is excellent, but if you have Celiac disease, don't risk eating here. Their menu specifically says that they cannot guarantee there is no cross-contamination, so people with Celiac disease should NOT eat here. I appreciate their honest assessment.
Portland Pie is a gem! I've been to the restaurant but what I mainly enjoy is that they sell their bread dough at Hannafords (GF/dairy-free) and I use this to make my own pizzas with daiya cheese! I just recently used their dough to make breadsticks to go with pasta and they were phenomenal!
They have gluten free pizza crust and gluten free bread. We got a GF cheese pizza and a GF Grilled Cheese. The pizza crust is a basil pizza crust and it was amazing. They also have Vegan cheese if you need it. The grilled cheese was good but if I were to get it again I'd ask for extra cheese. Great find thanks to the hotel staff where I stayed!
this place is great we live close too and they deliver. which is amazing. the only problem I have is that as with most gluten free places they only have one size and it's pretty small. good for just me maybe. but I've never been sick and it's always delicious
I love the different options they have for GF pizza. It's unfortunate that pizza is the only GF option but if that's what you're in the mood for it's great. We have been there twice. First time our server was not the greatest and I didn't enjoy my pizza but that was my own fault for not reading the description carefully. This last time out server was great and my pizza was delicious. We'll be going back for sure!
The previous review is completely inaccurate. I have Celiac and have had nothing but fantastic service at this resturant. I have also never run across a non GF cheese (besides blue cheese) at a place out. Almost every topping and pizza can be made GF. They even made me spinach artichoke dip that I could eat. I am very sesitive to contamination etc in resturants and I have NEVER had an issue here!
FYI- The cheese is NOT gf. I had an awful experience. I have celiac disease and I let them know when I got there. They assured me it was safe for me. I ordered the only gf option on the menu- a cheese pizza. After I ordered I had a gut feeling to check that the cheese was gf. They came back and said it was not. They said if I wanted something gf it would have to be a "cheese" pizza with vegan cheese. So I did. I was violently ill for 10 days after. Obviously it was not prepared in a gf kitchen. It was a waste of money, the food was nasty, There was only one "safe"- not actually safe- option, and I don't trust anything they say now. Unfortunately, my best friends's mother in law had her rehearsal dinner there to accommodate ME shortly after- not knowing my experience- because they told her it was gf and safe for me. I couldn't eat with everyone at the rehearsal dinner and I am extremely disgusted with the dishonesty that the Portland Pie Company has exhibited when it comes to my very sever autoimmune disease. I would prefer them just say "sorry it's not safe for you to eat here". Moral of the story: if you have celiac- don't bother. The end.
Seriously one of the best pizzas I have ever eaten. I got the Moose and it was so delicious. I was visiting town and will definitely be back. Price was extremely reasonable, too. About $10 less than I can get a pizza for at home that is nowhere near as good. Loved it.