Drumroll, Please: These Are Our Favorite Gluten-Free Pizzas in Philly

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Photo credit: Courtney Apple

Searching for a slice of gluten-free pizza that tastes like the real deal? Look no further. Our gluten-free panel of taste-testers tried pies from across the region. Here, the three that had everyone begging for seconds.

The Contenders
Domino’s Pizza, multiple locations
Giorgio on Pine, Center City
Jules Thin Crust, multiple locations
Kermit’s Bake Shoppe, Point Breeze
Slice, multiple locations
Snap Custom Pizza, Ardmore
Stella Rosa Ristorante, Washington Square West and Downington
Tomato Bistro, Manayunk
Uncle Oogie’s multiple locations

What: Sweet Sausage Pizza
Where: Georgio on Pine
You can’t go wrong with a classic sausage pie. This pizza’s chewy crust, a rarity among gluten-free pies, has no trouble holding up the hefty layer of sausage and sweet green peppers on top.
1328 Pine Street, Center City, 215-545-6265.

What: Florentine Pizza
Where: Tomato Bistro
Parmesan, mozzarella, ricotta, oh my! This flavorful blend of cheeses pairs perfectly with the light, thin crust. And the unexpected hint of lemon zest drove our tasters’ taste buds wild.
102 Rector Street, Manayunk, 215-483-2233.

What: Truffle Pizza
Where: Slice
Our tasters loved that this crust was thin and crisp without being flimsy. But the toppings—portabella mushrooms, artichokes and truffle oil—are what really stole the show.
Multiple locations.

This article first appeared in the 2014 Be Well Philly print magazine.

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