The good news: the food was absolutely delicious. The bad: I got sick. I may have been my fault since I ordered bacon without checking if that was a gluten free option though when I asked, she thought all the toppings were gf. However, I'm extremely sensitive so if you're not, it may be a good choice for you. They drizzle on a garlic butter sauce at the end which was so tasty. Their breadsticks are just their pizza with a roasted garlic paste and cheese cut into strips. I will probably try once more because she did change her gloves and put my pizza on a paper to prevent contamination. However, all the toppings are used for both which could be how cc occurs.
They do have disclaimers for cross contamination, however we saw incredibly good practices to avoid this. No reaction. I would consider it celiac friendly. Great pizza, tons of options. Absolutely delicious!! Well worth it!
Absolutely loved this! The store is super cute, but it's really small. It's kind of a make-your-own-pizza thing which is super cool. The gluten free pizzas are $10, which is a pretty good price for gluten free. The Crust was thin, and very soft(super delicious!) would recommend. You also can choose as much toppings as you would like.
All non GF pizzas are $9, and all GF pizzas/cheese sticks are $10 - no matter the toppings! Build your own style. SO GOOD! thin crust. Tell them you have Celiac or they'll think you're being trendy due to some college girls who order it to be "healthy". Make sure it's a circle! The GF pizzas are circle and the non-GF pizzas are rectangles. Also have a make your own salad thing with tons of options.