I've had the gluten free pizza 3 times now, and it's been great every time. To me, the sign of a great gluten free pizza is one that you wouldn't be able to tell apart from a regular crust in a blind taste test (no weird texture or weird taste). This one does not disappoint. It's not cheapest pizza in town (a small Greek with the gluten free crust runs around $24), but it is really good pizza.
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