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Nine Places to Find Gluten-Free Pizza in Atlanta

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For those following a gluten-free diet, pizza consistently ranks as one of the most-missed comfort foods. So, it's no surprise that adherents to a gluten-free lifestyle will travel a considerable distance to enjoy a pizza that fits within their dietary limits. In addition to taste, there are other factors to consider, like safety (many people are gluten-free for medical reasons, and avoiding cross-contamination with gluten products is vital), cost (many pizzerias will add an upcharge to cover the cost of the gluten-free substitutes), and the pizza crust itself (gluten-free crusts usually come pre-made). It might not be as easy to find a gluten-free slice as its traditional counterpart, but as these nine Atlanta pizzerias with gluten-free pies on the menu show, if you build it, they will come.
Jennifer Harris


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California Pizza Kitchen

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CPK recently launched gluten-free pizza nationwide, which includes dedicated ingredients and utensils. Their pizzas are made on a proprietary crust and topped with high-end ingredients like Nueske’s bacon, truffle oil, and spicy pepperoni; $2 upcharge. [Photo]

Blue Moon Pizza

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Of course there's pizza, but it's the gluten-free garlic cheesy bread served with marinara that brings the crowds to Blue Moon Pizza’s four Atlanta locations. Take-n-bake pies are an option here as well; $4 upcharge. [Photo]

Don Antonio

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This Buckhead newcomer is one of the only local pizzerias making a fresh crust with Caputo flour in a dedicated gluten-free environment. In addition to pizza, on offer are a number of gluten-free hot appetizers, and all pizzas are made with housemade mozzarella and sauce; no upcharge. [Photo]

Chuck E. Cheese's

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Let’s not forget there's a big kid in all of us, and that kids like to eat pizza and play games. The personal-sized Conte’s Pasta cheese pizza arrives frozen in a bake-in bag that goes from the oven to the table sealed. Another noteworthy gluten-free option: Fabe’s chocolate cupcakes; no upcharge. [Photo]

Fire Stone Wood Fired Pizza & Grill

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Fire Stone pies come on a 10” Smart Flower Foods crust, which is both dairy- and soy-free. The pizza here is prepared on separate gluten-free surfaces using dedicated utensils and ingredients; no upcharge. [Photo]

Your Pie

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This Athens-based chain (already in Roswell, and coming soon to Buckhead) employs the pick-your-own-toppings assembly line-style of pizza creation; $2 upcharge. [Photo]

This cross country chain offers a gluten-free option in two different sizes, a 10” and 14”, both made with shared ingredients; $2 upcharge for 10" pizza, $3 upcharge for 14" pizza. [Photo]

Riverside Pizza

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The cheese is grated fresh daily at this local chain, and two layers go onto every pizza. The seasoned crust makes it hard to believe Riverside’s pizzas are actually gluten-free; no upcharge. [Photo]

Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint

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The pizza assembly line experience at this homegrown Atlanta chain offers a cornucopia of toppings, all on a 10" Venice Bakery crust, which is vegan, as well as gluten-free. Uncle Maddio’s uses a separate gluten-free sauce and ladle, but the pizzas are prepared with shared ingredients; $2 upcharge. [Photo]

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California Pizza Kitchen

CPK recently launched gluten-free pizza nationwide, which includes dedicated ingredients and utensils. Their pizzas are made on a proprietary crust and topped with high-end ingredients like Nueske’s bacon, truffle oil, and spicy pepperoni; $2 upcharge. [Photo]

Blue Moon Pizza

Of course there's pizza, but it's the gluten-free garlic cheesy bread served with marinara that brings the crowds to Blue Moon Pizza’s four Atlanta locations. Take-n-bake pies are an option here as well; $4 upcharge. [Photo]

Don Antonio

This Buckhead newcomer is one of the only local pizzerias making a fresh crust with Caputo flour in a dedicated gluten-free environment. In addition to pizza, on offer are a number of gluten-free hot appetizers, and all pizzas are made with housemade mozzarella and sauce; no upcharge. [Photo]

Chuck E. Cheese's

Let’s not forget there's a big kid in all of us, and that kids like to eat pizza and play games. The personal-sized Conte’s Pasta cheese pizza arrives frozen in a bake-in bag that goes from the oven to the table sealed. Another noteworthy gluten-free option: Fabe’s chocolate cupcakes; no upcharge. [Photo]

Fire Stone Wood Fired Pizza & Grill

Fire Stone pies come on a 10” Smart Flower Foods crust, which is both dairy- and soy-free. The pizza here is prepared on separate gluten-free surfaces using dedicated utensils and ingredients; no upcharge. [Photo]

Your Pie

This Athens-based chain (already in Roswell, and coming soon to Buckhead) employs the pick-your-own-toppings assembly line-style of pizza creation; $2 upcharge. [Photo]

zPizza

This cross country chain offers a gluten-free option in two different sizes, a 10” and 14”, both made with shared ingredients; $2 upcharge for 10" pizza, $3 upcharge for 14" pizza. [Photo]

Riverside Pizza

The cheese is grated fresh daily at this local chain, and two layers go onto every pizza. The seasoned crust makes it hard to believe Riverside’s pizzas are actually gluten-free; no upcharge. [Photo]

Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint

The pizza assembly line experience at this homegrown Atlanta chain offers a cornucopia of toppings, all on a 10" Venice Bakery crust, which is vegan, as well as gluten-free. Uncle Maddio’s uses a separate gluten-free sauce and ladle, but the pizzas are prepared with shared ingredients; $2 upcharge. [Photo]

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