My son with Celiac ate the gluten free pizza from this location on two occasions (sleepover at friends) without any issues. We ordered from them on New Years eve, and husband who is very gluten sensitive (not tested for celiac) also did well with no issues. We are usually wary of trying out places with no existing reviews in place, but glad we gave this one a shot! Oh and btw the pizzas were very good. Meatzza, Supreme and Riverside special all GF.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Last time we ordered gluten free pizza it was burnt. Admittedly, gluten free crust is typically thin and easy to burn. This, however, was too bad to eat. When we asked them about it, they asked, "did you ask for it not to be burnt?".
The taste was not so great in my opinion.
I have been a few times and have celiac. I really line their pizza. the girl told me they make it in a separate pan and use different utensils to cut it. I've not been sick. as for the size I think its perfect. I think the price is good to. its the cheapest around and I feel its a fair price. I couldn't eat the entire pizza on my own.