Pizza is one of those things that has been one of those pretty slow developers. It has been pretty much cardboard crust, followed by mediocre sauce and basic toppings. Almost like companies made it because they had to not because they wanted to. I travel a lot and have eaten GF pizza in a lot of placed throughout the country and this is without a doubt, my hands down favorite. GF pizza will never be as good as the no GF simply because it really is next to impossible to completely reproduce the same texture and finish. This is about as close as you will get with thin crust. It's crispy and chewy. The toppings are the same as all of their regular pizzas and they are the same size. Most places make you pay more for a smaller pizza. I don't have celiac but do have a little gluten intolerance so it doesn't make me sick but it does give me a crushing headache and happy to say, I feel great. Thanks Red's Savoy!
This is the best gluten-free/friendly crust in the Twin Cities! Thin, crispy and with the signature Minnesota style red sauce (with a kick!). The Apple Valley location is family owned, active in the community with fundraising and events, and always offers service with a smile. Love these guys!