An old Coca Cola Sign with the words ‘gluten free crust’ caught our eyes and had us making an instant u-turn at almost 10pm at night. Pat’s pizza is a small chain located throughout Maine who offers not only gluten free alternatives to every one of their pizzas but also Wood Chuck Hard Ciders, perfect to end a long day! This place
was clean and spacious, but most importantly every table had trivia pursuit cards! What fun! Our waitress was very helpful in describing the kitchen procedure for gluten free cooking, which was a cautious and caring procedure. Pizzas
were cooked on their own dedicated gluten free pans used only for the gluten free pizzas and were served on a sheet of wax paper so they don’t touch the plate.
My boyfriend and I ordered the Auger and Ruben Pizzas. To put it frankly…. WOW. You all know I am a pizza fan and have reviewed many gluten free pizza places but this place takes the gluten free cake, or pie in this case. The crust, which I am not sure was made there or purchased
elsewhere, is the perfect thickness and texture that is genuinely reminiscent of non-gluten free Pizza. This is of course hard to come by for gf crusts. Both The Auger had pesto, chicken, provolone cheese, tomato and cheddar cheese. It tasted like something you would purchase at a
gourmet pizza place in New York City. As I said, WOW. The Ruben Pizza was a Ruben sandwich on a pizza crust, a simply unique and delicious Idea. The only mistake made was that the pastrami for the Ruben was actually ham, none the less still delicious! I really could find nothing wrong with
Pat's Pizza, although GF Pasta may also be a big hit and benefit to their menu!
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