So sad this location has closed!! An Upper Crust pizzeria is opening in its place, but their GF pizza is not celiac safe!
The crust is really crunchy, to the point I thought I would crack a tooth. The sauce didn't seem freshly made and the toppings were sparse. I think they could do better on the quality and attention to detail.
While the pizza here isn't my favorite - it's surprisingly expensive once you add toppings and not quite as good as some of the other GF pizzas I've found - this place deserves 5 stars for the variety of options and how careful they are with preparation. My boyfriend loved the GF pasta he got and I'm really excited that they have GF desserts (which I have yet to try). It's also awesome that they deliver!
This place is great. The GF pizza comes in a small size but, is plenty for 1 person. Delicious salads as well. They are careful with cross contamination and prepare the pizza in a separate space. I always mention that I have celiac and they are very good about it.
Great GF menu. Pizza is pretty good here, but it tasted a lot better hot than left over. Delish meatball poppers and chocolate chip cookie.
Pizza was delicious! I loved the thin crust
The best gluten free crust I've had, hands down. Crispy, thin, and so, so delicious.
the best pizza
Really yummy thin crust pizza. Even gf meatballs! I haven't yet tried it, but they have gf pasta as well. Gf cider and beer available. It is a really little place, so you might have to wait
Way better than naked pizza
excellent in every way"
Delicious gluten free pasta and so many pizza choices! My favorite pasta is the vodka sause and my favorite pizza is the roasted garden. the locally sourced food is an added bonus to super tasty food! There are even gluten free appetizers & desserts, and beers if you dine in the restaurant instead of getting the food to go. My non-gluten free friends love their food 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.
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.
A little on the pricy side but the product delivered was fantastic. The pizza was great and the staff was very clearly trained on the gluten free aspects of the menu. They were also very accommodating to my dairy allergy as well. The staff was kind courteous and very knowledgable and the pizza delivered not soggy nor was it too dry, the pizza also reheated well the next day. I'd definitely go back.
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!!!