It is nice to have an option for gluten-free pizza that you can eat at a restaurant. The pepperoni pizza is decent, especially if you have a buy one get one coupon. Too bad there aren't more topping options. I have ordered the burger in the past, but the bun was terrible.
There are only a few menu options made with gluten free ingredients. The food is absolutely delicious, but they prepare it on shared equipment. It says so right in the menu, so the risk of cross contamination is there. My kid and I are both celiac. I did not get sick, but he did.
My wife: I need a gluten free order, I have celiac disease. Server: You can't see? My wife: No. I'm incredibly allergic to gluten. It will make me sick. Server: So... no glutens? This place was a HUGE disappointment after reading these reviews. Firstly, the menu says "GS" for "Gluten Sensitive" not gluten free. Second, it took 3 people before we got anyone with a clue about celiac. Lastly, when we did finally get someone we found out that they use a shared food prep area and oven and take little to no precaution to prevent cross contamination except that they store 3-4 ingredients in a "Gluten Sensitive" area in the cooler. We chose to leave without placing an order.
By far the best gf pizza I’ve ever had. Dough is freshly made at the restaurant. Waiter was very knowledgeable, and kitchen is completely separate. It was so easy! Tested it with my Nima (gluten tester) which said it was gf. Service was fast and great too!
Sadly my experience wasn’t as good as others. My waitress was happy to ask questions of the kitchen but that was the extent of knowledge. I was told the gf pizza crust was “gluten sensitive” (inaccurate. People are gs, food is not). The pizza had no gluten but it was cooked in the same oven. No dedicated space or pan for GF pizza were mentioned. I ended up getting a burger on an Udi’s bun as it seemed the safest bet. A somewhat stressful dining experience after reading previous reviews and having different expectations.
I have to agree with the other reviewers that the gluten free pizza is awesome. The crust is the best I have ever had as it resembles regular glutinized crust. It was brought to the table by the manager to ensure it didn't get cross contaminated. This restaurant was a really great find!
Had a great side salad and waitress went to check with the cook to be sure the dressing was GF before telling me it was GF. Ordered grilled shrimp and sirloin. Great meal and will definitely come back when in the Dells.
I didn’t eat in and so i have no experience with the wait staff however we ( my celiac mother and i) had different experiences. She had the salad and complained that it was the worst salad she has ever tasted however my pizza (she and i agreed) was so delicious. As someone who is gluten free, having a fluffy crust is rare so this was a treat for me.
One of my absolute favorite restaurants! Pizza is always delicious and GF; I normally get the veggie or cheese so can’t say for the pepperoni but both have never caused me to have a reaction. Also the carry out price is such a good deal if I just wanna pick it up. Highly recommend to anyone GF!!
They mention on the website that they used shared equipment, so may not be appropriate for those with Celiac, however it’s just a preference for us. That being said, this was the best GF pizza we’ve ever had. Thick, chewy, brown crust was what made it special. Excellent!
At first I felt like regular GF Pizza Ok. So I tried it and I was like ok. But then I tried the crust and it was delicious. So if you’re GF and in Wisconsin Dells and want pizza come there! (Reviewer is age 8)
Amazing!!! I haven’t had gluten free pizza this good in awhile! I told the waitress I have celiac right away and she assured me I could eat. Gluten free pizzas are prepared and cooked in their own pan with separate ingredients from the regular pizzas. My Nima also came back with GF. Not outrageously priced and generous portions. They ever carry Redbridge gluten free beer!
6/7/2019: third time here, have never gotten sick from the food. And the food is delicious! Atmosphere was fun, industrial look with the brick walls and exposed ceiling. Our waitress was friendly and when I asked about the gf pizza crust she said the pizza has received good reviews. She also said she enjoyed eating it so I decided to try it. I will say this is the best gf pizza I’ve ever had. So many are flat on taste with some even tasting bitter. The crust was like a hand tossed rather than think crust. It had a light buttery taste. I handed a piece to my son and he said it tasted a lot like his except lighter.
They can make you a pizza, but it’s in a shared oven. I opted for no pizza because I’m very sensitive, but when my plate came it had bread on it. They fixed it, but not what I was hoping for. Also not worth what I paid for it.
I ordered the gluten free veggie pizza and added the balsamic glaze, arugula, and fresh Parmesan. My goodness. Might be the best pizza I’ve ever had since needing to go GF. I’ll update if I get any cross contamination, but they were very conscious of my need and took really good care of me.
The website is clear about “celiacs beware—this is best effort at best”). I appreciate that they are clear on that but weighing the risk vs. a burger from a place I would never order a burger from pre-celiac... not worth it to me.
Server Caleb was fantastic. Meal brought out separately by kitchen staff from other non gluten free meals. Meal was delicious. Many options. Staff was friendly and helpful.
They are careful in my experience but they won't add anything to the gf pizza so you are stuck with their toppings. The crust is like a cracker. Their main dishes aren't bad.
We ate here on the way to Seaworld with our daughter who has celiac. The waiter, Paul I think, was very understanding and recommended the pizza. It was amazing GF pizza! She also had some bites of brown rice, salmon, steamed broccoli and the hamburger (all off the GF menu) and had zero reactions.
This had to be in my top 5 best pizza I've had since going gluten free. I travel around the country and even have had my fair share in gluten free pizza in Italy and man was I impressed. This isn't your typical card board disk. It's actually has some chew to it at just the right amount. It's even got a real crust. The only suggestion I make for you super sensitive Celiac out there like me. Is to request they grab the toppings including the cheese and sauce from the cooler and not the line. They do keep the crust in a sealed container away from everything else. With this method you can make most pizza places within reach. Just make sure you speak to a manager before sitting down so you can make sure it will be done correctly.
Usually do take out pizza. Get pepperoni and veggies combined and ask for the crust well done. Best to order on site to ensure accuracy. On the weekends, at least for now, second pizza is $6. They got a much better crust a while ago, and it actually has some chew. Yay. Have never gotten sick, even when ordering other food from the gluten free menu.