We stopped here for Father's Day weekend, because my husband has Celiac disease and it's hard to find a good Gluten Free pizza, especially white pizza. The pizza was a bit bland, and we needed to put a lot of red and black pepper on it to make it tasty, but the service was great. Nice people running the place, they were very sweet and enjoyable to talk to. My son liked his regular (non GF) pineapple pizza- it was made very well, with the pineapple baked in, not just stuck on top. And we shared an appetizer of the 4 antipasto skewers, which were great, and very unique. Would have given it a better rating, but the GF pizza was really boring. Just because a person can't eat wheat, doesn't mean he can't have spices!
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