After speaking to the manager there is a huge risk of
Overall really good gluten free pizza and spinach dip and they have Daiya cheese as an option, but it tastes kinda odd (compared to Daiya's own gf and vegan pizza) for some reason. I did have a mild reaction once, so I would be careful, but every other time I've gone I've been fine and the staff is willing to answer questions about the allergen info on everything.
Very typical gluten free pizza that you would get at any random bar that offers a gluten free pizza just to say they have gluten free options. Pretty sure I’ve had the same crust elsewhere. And the 10” pizza was actually 8”. Wasn’t bad, but wasn’t anything to talk about.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
We went here and the waitress had no clue what was gluten free. I would have given this a zero if I could! It can't be considered celiac friendly if the waitress can't give you the gluten free options.
It’s 11:30 on a Thursday and there is one server on the floor. She handled it like a champ! Super sweet, knew the menu. My pizza was good. Very good ingredients and it came out quick. The gluten free crust was a fairly basic one, but they do have one and they cooked it correctly. She was knowledgeable which made me feel better too. I went for the regular gf crust but she eat me know they also have a gf cauliflower crust. After today, I’ll be back to try that too. Definitely worth a try if you’re near by.
Per their website: Streets of New York is not a Gluten-Free facility. Cross contact can occur in very small amounts. We ask that anyone with Celiac's Disease or wheat allergens, please use caution.