I was soo excited about this find, 100% gluten free menu had me so excited. There were many options, I had the bruschetta as an app (amazing), a white pizza; the toppings were underwhelming but their vegan GF crust was awesome. Spinach ravioli was only okay. Desserts were my favorite part of the meal.
To reassure anyone who believes this is not a dedicated facility, I called the W.Village location to ask about the non GF beer and also possible non GF pizza dough for classes. The mgr. I spoke with was very friendly and welcoming, reassured me that both locations only use GF foods and GF dough for pizza classes. The non GF beer comes in bottles, so it would not contaminate glassware. I feel completely confident that a celiac person can safely eat here. I hope this helps others to feel safe also.
Changing my old review below: last two visits have been painful especially most recent. Literally waited over an hour to get our food. Took 1/2 hour for server to take our order. If you’re not celiac or super sensitive to gluten, it makes NO sense to come. Nice ambience and the staff is very friendly. Food seems to be a hit or miss. I ordered the skinny bitch pizza and subbed the regular cheese for vegan cheese and it was delicious. It's a thin crust pizza and while others in earlier reviews have critiqued it, to me it is better than a lot of others I've had. I also ordered a side of roasted potatoes and they were just ok. I make a lot of potatoes all kinds of ways and frequently make breakfast potatoes and I prefer them with a lot more flavor. To their defense we declined the ketchup and mustard - in hindsight I should have taken the mustard. My company got the avocado eggs Benedict. She loved the GF bread (she doesn't have to eat GF), but felt the food could/should have been warmer. It seems my pizza took longer than expected and her dish waited too long in the kitchen. Drink wise we kept it simple. I got the iced coffee, which was ok and she got the strawberry lemonade. We were told if the lemonade was too sweet that they would add Lemon syrup, but she thought it was not strong at all but watered down. Based on past reviews I didn't set my expectations too high, but I enjoyed my meal more so than I thought I would. Not sure my company feels the same though. At moments the staff could have been quicker / more attentive, but they were very amiable. Overall, it's a nice place with a cool vibe and pretty good food. This is a mostly gf restaurant, which is pretty uncommon for the area. It's been about 5 hours and still no negative reaction, so next time I'm in the area I will pay them a visit.
I got a pizza and avocado toast. The crust was mediocre and the toast turned out to be made with Udi's bread. Given that it's a dedicated gluten free facility, I was hoping for homemade bread and a better crust. But I really appreciate being able to order a pizza and not worry about contamination.
Wild is NOT dedicated gluten free. They offer gluten-containing beer and don't have separate glasses or dishwasher. As someone with extremely sensitive Celiac disease, I find it extremely misleading for them to market themselves as a dedicated business. The waitress was rude and dismissive when I came in person to ask questions.
We ate there Friday night and had a great experience!! Everything on the menu is gluten free!! The waiter even went as far to say "there is no gluten here". So awesome for my daughter to look to a menu and order anything. She had a pizza, my son and I had Penne ala vodka, which was amazing and my wife had the zucchini noodle which loved. It was a great normal restaurant experience and for that we are very grateful. It's in our hood and we will be frequent customers thank you.