delicious and great service. gluten free crust is not too much more and all pizzas can be made on gluten free crust. great atmosphere and staff too.
Not really Celiac friendly. The girl working said the only thing GF is the crust which was super confusing. I guess she meant the cheese and toppings are not GF. I asked for more information but she just repeated that only the crust is gluten free. She wasn’t unprofessional in any way.
the staff was aware, they prepped on its own cooking pan, cutter was washed, new gloves, very attentive to needs.
They even let me know one of the ingredients I wanted had wheat (meatballs) and offered substitute no charge.
My wife has Celiac and found this location to eat. We are glad i ordered my pizza first. Why might you ask? No issues with my pizza but when the time came for them to make hers, they flattened and rolled her gluten free dough on the same pan and used the same utensils as my pizza dough. When we told the cashier to cancel her order because she had a gluten allergy and couldn't eat it. The cashier assumed that meant to just use a regular pizza dough instead. Needless to say she walked across the food court to Chipotle. My pizza was awesome and cooked fast (800 degrees for 90 seconds). However a pizza (only one size), breadsticks, maranara sauce, and a large drink was $21. For a food court item seems pricey. They are simply selling gluten free dough for the "fad dieters". Not helpful for celiac disease.
In the food court of the Venetian Grand Canal Shops (which is the only downside as I do not care for food courts!). I had the Porco Blanco which was delicious (prosciutto, arugula, garlic, caramelized onions, white sauce). For Las Vegas, the pricing was very reasonable! My fiancé and I both ate for $30. This place was really good- I wish it was in it's own spot- although this food court is much nicer and cleaner than typical.