My son has Celiac and he loved the GF pizza here. The staff was very knowledgeable about cross contamination and using clean utensils, etc. Of course they cannot guarantee there won’t be cross contamination, b/c they do make regular pizza crust, but they are very careful. My son is sensitive and gets sick if he eats gluten, and he had no problems here and thought the GF pizza was delicious! (Their regular pizza was great too).
Staff very clear about protocols and cross-contamination. The pizza crusts are shipped to the store, topped as requested when you order. HOWEVER, all pizzas cooked in the same oven with gluten orders. The staff had protocols Re clean cutting boards, etc. but also explained they make their own crusts and wheat flour is every where. Also, no options for other allergies...no dairy free cheese.
Their GF Pizza was delicious! Very flavorful (had the margarita one). I can’t say whether it is completely celiac friendly or not because I’ve had a few reactions in general from our travel journeys (I get skin blisters instead of intense stomach pain as my celiac reaction), but the pizza was very good.
Gf pizza was very good. I do have an allergy so being gf is not personal preference. I placed an order to go and verified on the phone that my pizza is cooked in a separate pan and does not come in contact with common surfaces. My biggest complaint is that I was so specific when I placed my order about having the gluten allergy. I reminded the employee when we were getting off the phone that I needed a gf crust. When I arrived to pick up my pizza I had a dip dish crust. She forgot after all the fuss I made about needing to be gf to write down my order on a gf crust. I had to wait an xtra 15 min. They corrected it but didn't compensate me for my time or inconvenience.
Delish GF pizza! My son who is 6 and has celiac really liked the pepperoni pizza, though he thought it was a little "spicy". I had a taste and thought it was equally as good as our non-GF pizza. (Note-NOT spicy at all). The crust is thin of course but tastes totally normal rather than like the cardboard texture we sometimes experience at other locations.
My family stopped in on a whim. They said they had gluten-free pizza and since my son and I have to be gluten-free, this seemed to bre a good choice.
The place was fairly empty and we were concerned maybe the food wasn't good. My wife and daughter (who do not have to be gluten-free) shared a pizza, which they said was OK. Not the best they ever had but not bad. The gluten-free pizza was actually good and I would highly recommend it.
So why not 5 stars? It seems they only have one gluten-free pizza oven and can only make one pie at a time. My son and wife's pizza came out promptly. Mine came out about 15-20 minutes later.
On the positive side, the manager took the cost of my pizza off the price, which he didn't have to.
Bottom line, if you only need one gluten-free pizza, this gets high marks.