The guy at the counter was severely unwilling to help. Don't think it was us asking about cross contamination. He just seemed stoned and couldn't get a straight word out of his mouth.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
On vacation and limited to options and first vacation post diagnosis. Staff didn’t understand Celiac, but did understand severe allergies. We explained Celiac like a severe gluten allergy. Staff was very kind and asked a lot of questions to understand Celiac Disease better. Told us what ingredients were gluten free, wiped down food prep station, changed gloves, used fresh sauce. Shared pizza oven but on clean pizza pans. Gluten free crust was the best we have had in a very long time. None of us got sick and my kids asked when we could go back.
This place has excellent pizza. They have small and medium gluten free crust that tastes great. A sign on the wall warns against cross contamination (and recommends against celiac exposure since it is a pizza restaurant) but when I asked the pizza chef if special care can be taken, he happily said yes, and did the best you can expect in a pizza restaurant. Thanks! None of the highly-intolerant members of my family had any reactions. Nicely stocked salad bar as well.
They offer gluten free crust, but I got celiac sick once for 2 weeks after eating there and haven't been back since. Should note that the pervious half a dozen times of eating there were completely fine- but the food isn't amazing that it's worth getting sick over.
Pizza Factory offers a gluten free crust in all sizes. This is not a gluten free facility, but they are very careful to avoid cross contamination and always use a fresh cutter. I have celiac and have eaten the gf pizza a dozen times with no intolerance. Make them aware of your needs when ordering, they are very accommodating.
Used to eat here on the way to Mammoth when I was younger. Was delighted to hear they had gluten free pizza. Stopped by on the way up to Yosemite. Pizza is surprisingly good. Top three gluten free pizzas I've had.
Best GF pizza in Reno/Sparks imho. Only available in medium. Pizza factory was my favorite pizza chain place where I ate regularly before finding that gluten was killing me. When this one opened up around the corner I started nagging them for GF and eventually they started carrying small & medium pizzas in GF (maybe I've been their only GF customer - my family seems to be too healthy to ever go out for pizza) so they dropped the small size. We're not terribly gluten sensitive but I know they make an effort to keep the GF separate though it is made where they make the regular pizza. No GF bread for sammiches.Beer alternatives they have are Angry Orchard and Woodchuck hard ciders. A great pizza hangout anyway- they have a horseshoe tournament on Wednesday evenings which has a big turnout.
They don't have gluten free on their menu, but if you ask, they will prepare mini or medium pizza gluten free crust using all fresh utensils, sauce, and other ingredients to avoid cross contamination. They were very friendly and helpful about it!
I was very skeptical at first but ... So far so good and the pizza was yummy !!I had a GF mini pepperoni mushroom and cheese ... The crust comes thin and crispy.It is individually wrapped. They used new gloves ... My only curiosity is if there could've possibly been cross contamination with the "production line / toppings" area ... But as mentioned so far so good 3 hrs into our trip 😊 PS the sauce is delish !I GAVE IT 4 stars only because the kids (employees) didn't know exactly which meat toppings were GF