Godfather's Pizza in Omaha is advertising gluten-free pizza. If you want to check out the Godfather's Pizza locations in your area go to www.godfathers.com/store_locator/ Maybe GF pizza will be available everywhere in the near future. Well...I can hope anyway.
Camoflauge & I are neighbors! I live in the middle of nowhere Wyoming! I do have a health-food store that sells gluten-free, but no pizza anywhere!!! I think the closest place is in Colorado! Bojo's or something like that? I've made my own pizza from Bob's Red Mill & Pamela's. They weren't bad, but not the same! I hear Kinnikinnick's (Spelling?) is pretty good, but I haven't tried it, have to order it online.
My husband just bought one home 2 nights ago from Donato's. However my daughter would not eat it. She ate one piece. I tasted it and it was YUMMY! So I wonder if it was not contaminated. I used to work at a pizza joint and honestly don't see how they can avoid cross contam if they make their own dough.. .there is so much flour in the air.
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It is wonderful that more and more pizza parlors are offering gluten free versions of their pizza. Most of them have the same crust provider. Most of the restaurants are teaching their employees to prevent cross contamination and are doing a good job.
I would have to drive about 85 miles to get to the closest place that offers them. It is a big buzz going on with the bay area yahoo celiac group.
As a Travel Agent I haven't been asked about going places with GF restaurants but just starting to advertie as a GF Agent. I figured since I have Celiac I might as well profit from it by letting others know since I understand the need for getting GF food VS your average TA that might just think it's a fad or not a serious problem. Also there are several restaurants and a pizza chain here that does GF. There's even a fine dining restaurant thats 100% GF since the owners are a husband and wife and the wife has CD.
I would like to invite you to join The Greater Cleveland Celiac Association Support group.
We have been enjoying gluten free pizza for years! Tommy's even delivers to our meetings when I ask him! There are many places to get great GF food in the area. Our support group even has a dining club where I take people to various restaurants to enjoy great gluten free food! Among other places last year I took 75 people out for a gluten free pancake breakfast as well as a pasta dinner! Please join us we are a wonderful group of people - there is much to learn! ~ Cindy
PIZZA!!!! You must be in heaven. Makes me want to plan a way to get to your destinations! I wonder if travel agents ever get those requests, "Anywhere with gluten-free pizza!". I can always dream.....:+)
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I was looking up some GF restaurant reviews and found that someone had reviewed Tommy's Pizza on the West side of Cleveland. So that night we got the kids in the car and drove 45 min to get pizza that everyone could eat. It was great!
They have a take out only location in Strongsville and their restaurant is in North Ridgeville.
YUMMERS! and I did eat the whole thing! Figured it to be 512 calories.
All of the places I can get GF pizza are locally owned. They all serve gluten-free items because one of the family members is celiac or autistic. And then they usually do GF fries and wings on certain nights, after they clean the fryers.
Slice of Napa does a brick-oven, wood-fired GF pizza - HEAVEN! I had tears the first time I had it. They also do oven baked chicken wings!
If you're ever in Rochester, you know where to get pizza!
I guess I am one of the lucky ones also. There is a Pizza place in Tempe, AZ that serves gluten-free pizza. Infact, they have a whole gluten-free menu besides their regular menu. Then there is another pizza place (not the same one) in Mesa, AZ. They serve gluten-free pizza. They do not have as large a menu or as large of a variety as the one in Tempe. However, they are both expensive but again worth it! GOD BLESS! Louise
I have a semi-national chain Garlic Jims right up the street from me. What gets me they did the testing here and didn't hear about it till they did the national roll out. The GF pies are only a coupl dollars more then the regular ones.
Sadly no gluten free pizza joints anywhere near me. I live in the middle of nowhere, South Dakota and to even find restuarants who serve any sort of gluten free menu, you have to go about 4-5 hours away from where we live. Consider yourself very lucky. I would spend a little more just to be able to have a pizza take-out option, even though I do make a pretty good pizza myself, it is nice when you need a quicker meal. Our local grocery stores don't even carry much in the way of gluten free products-except mainstream ones, and Bob's Red Mill flours. That's the extent of my selection. I usually order online.
Enjoy yourself, I'd eat the whole thing myself too.
I'm getting pizza tonight! Woot-Woot! I live in Upstate NY, there are 3 places to get gluten free pizza. Leonardo's, Nick's Deli and Slice of Napa. Yes, I consider myself very lucky to be able to get take-out GF pizza. And it's always such a treat for me, my BF forgets sometimes that pizza is one of things I don't take for granted anymore (he does!) I get so excited. Of course it costs an arm and a leg but SO WORTH IT! YUM! I usually Mcfatty it up and eat the whole thing in one sitting!
any of you have take out pizza joints with GF pizza?
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