This place has really (really) gone downhill. It used to be the best place you could get GF Italian food, namely the pizza and sandwiches. The service was decent, this was a regular spot of ours. Now they can never get your to-go order right no matter how many times they repeat it back to you, the food truly is not as good as it used to be, and the service when you eat there? Sucks now. The last few times we've tried to go back, same story. There's usually also a fairly loud/rowdy crowd of drunk regulars that can also make the experience quite interesting and not always pleasant.
Gluten free crust is amazing. The pizza is still wonderful when cold.
Prices were higher than I was used to for a gf pizza, but it was totally worth it. They are very careful with cross contamination when asked to be, and they had a great selection - almost all their pizzas could be made gf!
Great gluten free menu variety...lots of options! We loved the GF pizza, pasta and garlic bread! My husband who is not a fan of most GF food even said the pizza was excellent. Nice location, convenient parking.
Had to ask twice for service. Waitress had no idea what gluten free pasta was. Had to tell her I'd puke IN the restaurant if she screwed it up.
Love it here but I find the prices are high. My favorite is the meatball sub since its hard to find comfort food.
A bit expensive but the first garlic bread I've had since Gluten Free became everyday in my life. Really delicious, not very crowded on a Saturday night, and lots of close street parking.
Amazing gluten free pizza and gluten free garlic bread and the staff are so friendly and helpful.
My families favorite place to eat GF. Love the calzones, pizza, gyros. Can't go wrong here.
Amazing gluten free pizza, crust was crispy and delish!