Top Rated Celiac-Friendly Pizza Restaurants

See pizza places where people with celiac shared reviews highlighting gluten-free crusts, dedicated fryers for toppings, and gluten-free Detroit style pizza! If you’ve found a celiac-friendly pizza place, please share a review on the Spokin app! This guide was published on 2/9/2023.

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Spinato’s Pizzeria

Location: Phoenix, Arizona

“I order the gluten-free broccoli crust pizza, salad with gluten-free croutons, and nut-free gelato that is portioned with a fresh/clean scoop.”

@kbinaz who manages celiac and tree nut, wheat, and barley allergies



Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas

“I’ve eaten here multiple times, and the gluten-free pizza is good, and is a good size/price! For celiacs, they are, of course, unable to totally ensure that it’s not cross contaminated because it’s in the same oven as their other dishes, however, I am just gluten-intolerant, and found it to be delicious! I don’t believe there is any peanut-related cross contamination, however I would double check this as I have seen some different desserts at the counter (although none appeared to contain nuts at a glance).”

@chloec who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, wheat, and meat allergies


Petrini’s Restaurant

Location: San Diego, California

“‘Awesomely good’ as stated by our 6 year-old. In talking with manager in advance and upon arrival, learned they could prepare not only safe pizza but also pastas (dedicated gluten-free pots/pans/utensils) and at least 2 sauces, if not 3. Had gluten-free bread but because of her egg allergy, it wasn’t an option for her. Being 6, she selected Ppizza and loved every bite! I tasted it and it was delicious! So we’re the meals ordered by the other 4 individuals with us! A smaller restaurant, not busy on a weeknight. A great find!”

@muchnoka who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, and peach allergies


Local Joe’s Pizza & Delivery

Location: Vail, Colorado

“Delicious gluten-free pizza with a tasty crust that does not taste like a cracker (like other places). Not too thin and they bring in their gluten-free crusts from a dedicated facility to ensure no contamination! Highly recommend taking a night off from restaurants and ordering this pizza while in Vail.”

@gluttenous who manages celiac and egg, wheat, and grain allergies


Modern Apizza

Location: New Haven, Connecticut

“Delicious gluten-free crusts and excellent pizza. Staff were receptive to questions about allergens and ingredients.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies


Sixty Vines

Location: Boca Raton, Florida

“Had a few great experiences here. They have a dedicated gluten-free fryer (the zucchini chips are great) and have a separate area for gluten-free pizza. Staff is great about allergies.”

@glutenfreegp who manages celiac and wheat and kiwi allergies


Your Pie Pizza

Location: Fayetteville, Georgia

“The owner is amazing about making sure the gluten-free pizzas are prepared correctly for celiacs!”

@jarfam91 who manages celiac and coconut, milk, and wheat allergies


Kalapawai Market

Location: Kailua, Hawaii

“After a day at the beach, I stumbled upon this restaurant. What an amazing surprise to find gluten-free bread and pizza options! I went back a few times and tried a pulled pork sandwich and breakfast slider.”

@gflivingbk who manages celiac


Pizzeria Serio

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“When we order pizza for our whole family (gluten-free, tree nut-free, dairy-free and egg-free) Pizza Serio can accommodate all of it. And as a bonus, the pizza is outstanding.”

@thedyercrew who manages celiac and tree nut and egg allergies


Azzip Pizza

Location: Newburgh, Indiana

“When you ask for a gluten-free crust, they will ask if it’s allergy or preference. For preference, they don’t do anything special but for allergy everything is wiped down, gloves changed, utensils washed, and the pizza stays in its own disposable pan so it doesn’t get contaminated. They are willing to get fresh toppings, too. They have dairy-free cheese, too”

@mamahawkes who manages celiac



Location: Boston, Massachusetts

“Best gluten-free spot in the North End! Lots of gluten-free pizza and pasta options. My go-to when I’m in the area!”

@gfmegaroni who manages celiac


Brewster’s Italian Cafe

Location: New Buffalo, Michigan

“This is one of my favorite restaurants in Michigan for gluten-free. They have great gluten-free pizza and pasta!”

@shosbein who manages celiac and a wheat allergy


Red Rabbit Minneapolis

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota

“5-6 ciders on tap and a really good gluten-free pizza—couldn’t tell it wasn’t a “normal” gluten-y thin crust (except for the fact I didn’t get violently ill!). I kept calling the place “Red Robin”—it’s not a Red Robin. It’s nothing like a Red Robin.”

@kummel who manages celiac


Noli’s Pizzeria

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

“Noli’s is another great pizza place with a gluten-free crust! Noli’s has a super cool vibe and is in The Blackstone District so it is usually pretty lively.”

@abbykohl who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, soy, and sesame allergies


Evel Pie

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

“Detroit style gluten-free pizza, need I say more? This place is located in old Vegas on Fremont Street. The regular pizza is served on a thin crust so it’s easy to differentiate. The staff will tell you that the gluten-free pizza takes 40 minutes to make because they clean the area clean the equipment grab ingredients from the back and bake all the gluten-free pizzas in their own pans. Let me tell you, the wait is worth it. This pizza is greasy and saucy, the crust is crunchy and the inside pillowy soft and so tasty.”

@andglutenfree who manages celiac and an oyster allergy


Lui Lui

Location: Lebanon, New Hampshire

“Delicious pizza, pasta, and salads. Menu clearly indicates which items are/can be made gluten-free. Limited nuts and very accommodating to menu modifications.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies


The Godfather of Morristown

Location: Morristown, New Jersey

“Great gluten-free pizza! Great topping options. This is my go-to pizza place in Morristown.”

@kaylacappiello who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, and wheat allergies


Amore Neapolitan Pizzeria at Green Jeans Farmery

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico

“They have the best gluten-free pizza around. It’s pricey, but worth it. I have celiac disease and while I can’t remember their protocols, I have never gotten ill while eating here. As most pizza places, I know everyone is different and reacts differently, so if you’re super sensitive to cross contamination, I would check with them about their protocols.”

@lishab who manages celiac


Emmy Squared Pizza: Midtown West, New York

Location: New York, New York

“Amazing gluten-free pizza! You can get any pizza with the gluten-free dough and they are very careful with cross contamination.”

@nutsfornogluten who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies


Pie Pushers

Location: Durham, North Carolina

“Homemade gluten-free pizza crust is amazing! I had the spinach and ricotta pizza—it was great. Will definitely return to try other pizzas!”

@imustich who manages celiac and wheat and grain allergies


Blind Onion Pizza & Pub

Location: Portland, Oregon

“Safe nut-free and gluten-free pizza. Gluten-free crust is really good! Also have vegan pizza with Daiya cheese. Not sure about crust cross contamination.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies


Mercurio’s Shadyside

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Best gluten-free pizza I’ve had in the US! Tastes just like regular, high quality, Neapolitan pizza. As an added bonus, it’s corn-free as well (but confirm with them if you have an allergy).”

@rachelgfree who manages celiac


Flatbread Company

Location: Providence, Rhode Island

“I may be biased because I was hungry, but this was arguably the best pizza I have ever had! No nuts in the entire restaurant! But they told me to still tell the waiter my nut allergy, so they could write it down and alert the kitchen to change gloves. I got the gluten-free Providence community flatbread which came with mozzarella, caramelized onions, and mushrooms and was SO GOOD! All gluten-free pizzas are cooked in and come to the table in a foil “pie dish” to prevent any cross contamination. They also have vegan cheese!”

@emsnutfreeeats who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies


Fireside Pies

Location: Dallas, Texas

“Offers gluten-free pizza crust!”

@shosbein who manages celiac and a wheat allergy



Location: Stowe, Vermont

“Their entire pizza line is nut-free, even their pesto! They have cauliflower and gluten-free flour crust options available. Their staff was incredibly knowledgeable about food allergies and added my allergies to my order.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies


Del Ray Pizzeria

Location: Alexandria, Virginia

“Celiac and allergy-friendly! Fabulous pizza! Talk with manager—knowledgeable and willing to go the extra mile. Requested lining of pizza pan with no holes to avoid cross contact. Our tiny 6 year-old loved her cheese pizza so much she ate over half of the 10” pizza in one sitting! We loved some of the more unusual pizza offerings. All 4 in our party loved our meals.”

@muchnoka who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, and peach allergies



Location: Bellingham, Washington

“Enjoyed safe pizza from here, you can build your own. Their gluten-free pizza crust is from 5B’s Bakery in Concrete, WA.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies



Location: Washington, D.C.

“Seriously some of the best gluten-free pizza in DC! This is a chain pizza spot similar to Mod or Blaze. They have a super thorough allergen chart and ingredient list on their website. The menu is completely nut-free! The vegan cheese and buffalo sauce both contain coconut oil, and I was super impressed that this was noted on the menu! If you order a gluten-free pizza, they will ask if you want a glove change and will put a mat under your pizza to prevent cross-contact! The pizza was safe and so good!”

@emsnutfreeeats who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies


Cantoni’s Pizza

Location: Fairmont, West Virginia

“Gluten-free pizza option. Tomato-free sauce option.”

@candyrvm who manages celiac and wheat and tomato allergies


Egò ristorante-pizzeria

Location: Bruxelles, Belgium

“Most staff spoke French, we got a waiter who also spoke English. They have a menu with English descriptions. Very few nuts on the menu (pistachios). Gluten-free pizza available for €2 additional.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies


Pizzaiolo – The Pizza Maker’s Pizza

Location: Toronto, Canada

“Consistently delish gluten-free pizza options. Nut free establishment.”

@thedyercrew who manages celiac and tree nut and egg allergies



Location: Heredia, Costa Rica

“100% dedicated gluten-free restaurant in Heredia, Costa Rica! So many delicious food options from burgers, to sandwiches, to pizzas, and pastas. I got the fish and chips and a margarita pizza and both were excellent! They also have freshly made desserts and bread available. They offer vegan options, too, including vegan cheese for any menu item.”

@gflongisland who manages celiac


Behov To Go

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

“Recommended by a local for allergy-friendly pizza! They don’t have peanuts or hazelnuts and make gluten-free pizzas. They do have walnuts.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies


O’scià Pizzeria Napoletana

Location: Paris, France

“We loved our dining experience at Oscia! The staff were so nice, and they were happy to talk about the ingredients with us in English. The restaurant has a gluten-free pizza crust made with gluten-free wheat flour (more details of their crust on their website). They had so many different pizza options and great salads. Highly recommend.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies


Nudie Foodie Psiri

Location: Athens, Greece

“Incredible 100% gluten-free and celiac-safe restaurant. Such nice staff and DELICIOUS food! Highly recommend the veggie pizza and waffles.”

@gfreebasicb who manages celiac


Ciro and Sons – Restaurant Pizzeria Firenze

Location: Florence, Italy

“Entire menu is available gluten and/or lactose-free. They have a separate kitchen for gluten-free and only gluten-free chefs can use it. I had their pizza, bread, and tiramisu. The pizza had the biggest ball of mozzarella I’ve ever seen and I ate it all. This place is wonderful.”

@andglutenfree who manages celiac and an oyster allergy


Olivia Tjuvholmen

Location: Sentrum, Norway

“Really delicious Italian food! Their gluten-free pizza crusts are very good. Nuts are limited in the kitchen and they take your food allergies seriously. Menu items are marked with specific allergens.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies


La Cantina

Location: Warsaw, Poland

“Great delivery gluten-free pizza. Almost everything on the menu can be made gluten and lactose-free.”

@elambro who manages celiac



Location: Lisbon, Portugal

“Gino’s is a great place to go if you are celiac. There are two locations, one in Parque de Nações, and this one, in Principe Real. They have a completely separate (but limited) gluten-free menu, in which they guarantee their items ordered from the menu will be free of gluten and any contamination. The items ordered from the gluten-free menu are brought out on blue plates to signal they are from the “celiacos” menu. The gluten-free pasta is great but the gluten-free pizza crust was a bit dry. For other allergies, they have an extended allergen menu on their website where you can input your allergens and see what is safe, what may be cross-contaminated, and what contains the top 13 allergens. Safe for peanut allergies!”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies


Pizza Express

Location: Endinburgh, Scotland

“Locations all over the UK. Only nuts used in their pizzas are pine nuts. Detailed allergen information for pizzas and all ingredients on their website. Gluten-free crust available for no extra charge.”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and hazelnut allergies.



Location: Gros Islet, St. Lucia

“This Italian restaurant at the all-inclusive Royalton in St. Lucia was a dream come true! They had the allergy-friendly meals clearly marked on the menu and the staff was very knowledgeable. They had gluten-free pizza and pasta on their menu so we ate here multiple times! Their Caesar salad can be made gluten-free without croutons. I got their gluten-free pesto pasta and gluten-free margarita pizza. They also have a carousel salad that’s gluten-free which was amazing.”

@kaylacappiello who manages celiac and tree nut, milk, and wheat allergies

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