Called ahead because of mixed reviews here. Was told to ask for GF menu when I'm seated. I did. No menu. I was told "All our pizza crusts are GF." The place is tiny with all food prep visible. When I mentioned I only saw 1 pizza oven... "Yup, they're cooked on the same surface, but we'll wear gloves." ?!? I had a cheese board and spaghetti squash.
Did not have a celiac friendly experience. My fiance who is very sensitive started to feel symptoms right before we left. It was cross contaminated, which is a shame because the food was delicious. The employees who prepared the pizza were simultaneously hand making pasta.
Excellent pizza! Our celiac son had the gluten-free crust which is imported from a local bakery that makes delicious GF products. He thought it was excellent. They also serve GF bread if you order cheese or simply ask for it! This place has a great atmosphere, great beer, delicious food, and they played awesome music. My 15 yr old son could eat safely---and was stuffed---best of all! Don't hesitate to come here! Waitress was nice and knowledgeable and friendly and helpful.
Quite honestly the worst gluten free pizza bases ever. The GF bases are from a famous GF bakery, but it tasted like pizza bread. The base tasted like pizza toppings on the GF frozen bread you get. The only reason I gave it a 2 is because although the GF bases sucked for pizza, the toppings were clever and flavorful. Their reg pizzas probably taste a lot better than the GF.
After eating a ton of gluten free pizza in my day, I can honestly say I was so unimpressed with the quality of their pizza and crust that I was pretty disappointed. My pizza was pretty bland and it tasted as though the crust was made straight from a box, which normally wouldn't bother me, but I was expecting a lot more from a brick oven pizzeria with kick butt appetizers (really the only thing I'd ever order there again)...