Really not a fan of the gluten free crust, especially given its price.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
Go here regularly and have never gotten sick. Their buffalo chicken and prosciutto/pineapple pizzas are my two favorites
Went here once a few years ago and it was CROSS CONTAMINATION city! Watched them use the same pizza cutter for non GF on my GF meal- refused my meal and left.
The servers are knowledgeable about gluten free. There are many options for toppings, which is great! We have not had a problem with the GF pizza here. The crust is very thin and crispy. It’s not the best, but it is OK, and better than some other area GF pizza options. There are plenty of options if you can’t have cheese! Our favorite sauce is white bean sauce - so yummy!
The gluten free pizza it good, though the crust gets hard to chew as it cools. The gluten free pasta is tasty, but last time I got it there were normal wheat pasta pieces in it! Tasty local food for sure, Celiac safe not so much
Good GF pizza, seems safely prepared and I haven’t gotten sick.
The kitchen has gluten-full pizzas pretty close by. That all being said, the staff was very knowledgeable about gluten (and I'm a Celiac).
I had the gluten free pizza and although I didn't get sick, the flavor was icky!!!! The texture was fine (not great) and taste was really strong - but I can't put my finger on what it was!!
Do not get the pasta it is not GF and will make you feel terrible. I've had it 3 times as I was originally battling some other conditions and thought it might be a byproduct of that. But now that the only thing I worry about is gluten (celiac) I can assure you that their supposedly GF pasta is not actually GF.
Best pizza I have had. Mac and cheese is okay- tried it a couple times but not wowed.
Loved the buffalo chicken pizza- it's a thin, crispy crust.
Pizza was delicious with many options. Plan to try the pasta next even though with meat it could get expensive!
So very worth it. I would wait all day for a table at Stone Hearth
Went here because of the gluten free menu and for how much they claim to protect against cross contamination. We were served a regular pizza which we ate and didn't realize until the bill came that it was not gluten free. They clearly do not train staff properly!!!
Great pizza. Great staff. GF beer too!
I have eaten at Stonehearth many many times and have never gotten sick. They are very careful, especially when you are state that you have a severe allergy. I will say, however, that their pizza is probably the worst gluten free pizza I've ever had. It's thin and cardboardy and falls apart after the first bite. They have great pasta and salads though! Definitely recommend for anyone with celiac.