Not worth it! I went here once and somehow didnt get sick even though they used the same spoon to spread sauce on the regular pizza before mine as my gf one, but the risk is just too high. Also it wasnt great. Super thin crust, kinda doughy, not flavorful. Even Donatos is better.
They are gluten free friendly, but the crust is not as good as other gluten free pizza crust. That said, its a good option! :)
Traveling through Ohio. Stopped at the new Springfield Rapid Fire Pizza location because they advertise gluten free pizza. DO NOT eat here if you have allergen issues, gluten or otherwise. The staff has not been trained in allergen protocol--did not change gloves, multiple cross contamination issues.
Horrible place!!! We went to the Rapid Fire Pizza off Colonel Glenn Highway in Dayton because we saw online that it was gluten free friendly. The manager, Ashley, refused to serve me because she said they didn't have time to "do gluten free"!!! The manager and the employees were rude and completely uneducated about gluten free! I should probably be happy that I didn't get served, because I would rather be hungry than get sick. And I most certainly would have if I had eaten there!!! Don't waste your time with this place!
They have a decent gfree crust and almost all their toppings are gfree! If you specify allergy, they immediately change gloves and grab a new spoon for sauce. This place is very nearly celiac friendly.
They offer a GF crust on the menu. We let them know our son has celiac and they all changed gloves, got new utensils, used pans dedicated to the GF pizza crust and knew just what to do to keep him safe. My son loved the pizza and best of all he didn’t get sick.