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.
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 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.
Gluten free and dairy free crust. Staff well informed. They have separate cooking plate, use separate ladel for sauce, separate pizza cutter, and change gloves. Staff also very nice. Ate here several times. Highly recommend.
I love this pizza restaurant! The gluten free pizza crust is an additional cost but the taste is awesome. All toppings are marked for gluten free so it's easy to tell which ones are and those that are not. They change their gloves for gluten free and use special pizza cutters. They also use a clean ladle to spread the sauce; however they do dip the sauce out of the same container for all pizzas. This might be an issue if you are very sensitive. I think the pizza crust and salads are the only dishes that are gluten free - no gf options for bread sticks pepperoni sticks or deserts. But that's fine with me because I only want their pizza!
Great pizza and very accommodating. They can use all new ingredients if requested and mark it for an allergy. All the sauces (excellent!) are marked if they are gluten free and all but one is. Make sure they use a fresh cutter when it comes out of the oven. They've been good about it, but I worry that the message from the person taking your order makes it to the person taking it out of the oven. You can see everything going on so it makes me feel very safe. Highly recommended.
this location of Rapid Fire Pizza is excellent about treating people with a gluten allergy. They always change gloves wash their hands and announced they have a gluten-free coming through the oven. The person who takes the pizzas out of the oven uses a separate utensil and a separate cutter. They're also very nice and gracious about it. I do have to ask them to use separate sauce from what is on the line. I usually ask them to use a squirt bottle of sauce so that the sauce is not cross contaminated. But they're very very nice about doing it. I love eating here
I was very worried about how I would be cared for when I told the gentleman behind the counter I was celiac. He immediately changed his gloves, washed his hands and took my pizza down the line. Reaching for cheese at the back of the cheese bin - cheese that hadn’t been touched yet, pulling our new bins of meat and pineapple, using tongs reaching for the back areas of the bins. I felt very well taken care of. The pizza is delicious.
This place was awesome! It’s normally next to impossible to feed pizza to my gluten and dairy free family, but this place had gluten free crusts and actually good-tasting vegan cheese!! Lots of toppings to choose from and totally affordable. Would absolutely recommend this place and will be coming back.
The staff asked if the gf crust was preference or allergy. He wore fresh gloves, pulled the paper liner and the crust out from a different spot then the other pizzas. He used a fresh ladle for the sauce, but he put it in the same sauce as the other pizza sauce/ladle. The other toppings all used the same serving utensils as every other pizza. Crust was not as crispy/ well done as the non gf one (from my previous gluten eating days). I didn’t get sick, but overall, it was just ok.
They have a gluten free crust and a “no doh” option that had spinach and/or Parmesan crust option. My daughter ordered one and I ordered the other and they were both very good. They also have multiple sauces to add to your pizza and multiple ones are marked gf. They changed their gloves before making my daughters pizza but they do use the same sauce scoop that they use for reg crusts so there could be a risk for contamination if you are very sensitive. But overall it was delicious, fast and had some different options w the “no doh” if you are wanting a gf alternative.
At this place you pick your toppings and the pizza is cooked in about 3 minutes.I think the pizza is really good, and there's a large selection of items. Each pizza is placed in its own baking pan, which is sent down a line for toppings. They changed gloves and had only one person handle my toppings instead of shifting it down the line as usual. They also pulled fresh containers of toppings out of the fridges under the counter instead of taking from the ones that were out. There were a couple of items that were not available (garlic and artichokes), but that was minor. I think they are about as gluten-sensitive as a pizza place can be.