I read the reviews here and I was so excited to try the pizza. Sadly, I was a bit disappointed. The crust really is good and I didn’t get sick, which was a definite five stars! However the pizza was barely even warm and it felt like I was eating something I could have bought at the grocery store and stuck in my own oven. So, 2? 3? stars on that fact. I would go back and try it again, maybe it was an off day?
I wish we had GF pizza this good in Texas! True Italian tasting pizza. I couldn’t tell it was gluten free. So flavorful and looked as good as it tasted. They serve a variety of GF pasta also. I’ll definitely be coming back every time I’m in town!
We have been eating the gluten free pizza here for years but with all things pizza, we could never be sure if it was safe. We took our Nima sensor with us today and it gave the pizza the green light! Vinny, Frank, and Primo have always ensured that the proper protocols are followed to keep the pizza free from cross contamination by using fresh ingredients and cooking the pizza in the oven on a specific pan. They also have cutters that are only used on gf pizza. Highly recommend!
Went here based on the reviews. The menus weren’t working so I asked and the girl at the resister. She was not sure about what their precautions were. (She was very nice though). Unfortunately I was sick within 30 minutes of eating and the taste wasn’t worth the pain.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Reminds me of mall pizza. Ya know, the kind you get in the food court by the slice. Definitely not as good as a NY pizza. Nowhere near enough cheese. I've had much better pizza, but I've also had much worse.