About Pizza Pie Cafe Gluten Free Menu
Pizza Pie Cafe offers a Gluten Free All-You-Can-Eat Pasta and Salad Bar. You can also add a Gluten Free Pizza to any regular price adult buffet for just $2 more! The majority of salad dressings and the majority of salad fixin's are gluten free. They offer a specially tailored Gluten Free DESSERT PIZZA (without the "crumbles") with varieties such as Raspberry, Peach, and Apple Cinnamon. You can even order one gluten free pizza and make it half tomato cheese (and any toppings you like) and half dessert pizza! Their full gluten free menu is available for viewing online -- and also available upon request at the front desk of each Pizza Pie Cafe location.
Pizza Pie Cafe values its many gluten free customers, who provided the incentive to develop their Gluten Free Menu. Pizza Pie Cafe takes great precautions to avoid cross contamination in the preparation of their gluten free pizza and pasta. The pasta is cooked in a separate pot and drained with a separate, clean colander. The gluten free pizza comes in its own pan which prevents it from touching any other items. Workers change their gloves before preparing the gluten free pizzas, and a special bin of pizza sauce is kept in a separate cooler with its own spoon. All pizza toppings are gluten free, with the exception of the buffalo wing chicken. Pizzas are cut with a separate, clean pizza cutter.
From humble beginnings as a college hangout with one location under a different name, Pizza Pie Cafe now has locations in Utah, Idaho, and even one in Arizona. Pizza Pie Cafe hires only the best, hardworking employees and sets high standards for themselves. They hope you'll have an opportunity to come by for a safe and satisfying gluten free meal which allows you to enjoy all the same choices your non-gluten-free fellow diners enjoy!
Karen Broussard is the Founder and President of GlutenFreeTravelSite. Karen launched GlutenFreeTravelSite in 2008 after her son was diagnosed with Celiac Disease at a very young age. She and her family found that dining out and traveling could be a real challenge for people following gluten free diets, and she wanted to provide a place where the gluten free community could go to share their experiences first-hand with others.
In addition to heading up GlutenFreeTravelSite, the DINE GLUTEN FREE Mobile App, and the Gluten Free Travel Blog Karen is an Associate Editor of Simply Gluten Free Magazine and volunteers each summer at Camp Celiac in Rhode Island. A graduate of Georgetown University with a degree and career in Marketing, Karen resides with her husband and two sons in the Washington, DC area.