I called to ask about their process in place to avoid cross contamination. She checked with the kitchen. Since they weren’t busy, she said, they would be able to be very careful making my pizza. When I requested they use untouched ingredients, she checked and they said they would do that. It didn’t sound like their norm, though. They also informed me that the gf crust did have soy.
The pizza was delicious and it was definitely free from cross contamination.
Our first time trying to eat there, they were out of gf crust so you may want to call to check first.
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We went there to try their gluten free deep dish pizza. I have to say that it was delicious. I had to ask to make sure it wasn’t a whole wheat crust because it tasted like a whole wheat crust. Which I do have to note here that I don’t like anything whole wheat. It’s not a taste I’m down with. BUT...when you’re gluten free...you don’t have a whole lot of options. And I thought this was a good option for a deep dish. They said that they also make this same crust in a hand tossed version. Which I will be going back to try. I wish more places made some gluten free appetizers. Dedicated fryer. Etc. But we were pleased. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The manager came out to reassure me that the crust was indeed gluten free. 🤣 The music they play puts me in the mind of being in a 1940’s black and white movie. It’s kinda cool. They do have a sports room on the other side with a large screen to watch the game. So if you’re craving a deep dish pizza...whether gluten free or not...it’s yummy pizza.
They offer a gluten-free deep dish pizza, which is what I had, as well as a hand-tossed. It was good. Next time, I’ll try the tossed!