If you are in the mood for pizza but not for cooking, try some of these restaurants offering gluten free pizza throughout Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. It is always a good idea to confirm with the manager or waitstaff that the sauce and toppings put onto the gluten free crust do not contain any gluten. You know how easily gluten can sneak into sauces and ingredients you never would suspect.
Not too interested in pizza but looking for a nice, gluten free meal out? Check this listing of dining options that cater to those with gluten sensitivities (as well as dairy at some locations.) Let me know if you encounter a great place, and I’ll add it to the list.
Aurelio’s:(locations throughout Chicagoland) They offer a gluten free pizza crust that comes in its own pan.
Chicago’s Pizza (locations throughout Chicago – Old Irving Park, Ravenswood, Lincoln Park, Lakeview) Their dough is made in dedicated equipment and can be made into thin crust, Chicago-style stuffed, and baked calzones.
Connie’s Pizza: (locations throughout Chicagoland) They now offer a thin crust gluten free pizza, which was also recently offered during The Taste of Chicago.
Edwardo’s Natural Pizza: (locations throughout Chicagoland): Offers a thin-crust gluten free pizza.
Gino’s East: Although it is not listed on their menu, they do offer a thin-crust gluten free pizza crust. Sorry, no gluten free deep dish yet.
Giorgio’s Pizzeria: (Crystal Lake, South Barrington) I dined at their Crystal Lake location which offered gluten free pizza crusts (prepared in their own separate pan with gluten free pizza sauce) and pasta which can be made with marinara sauce that is gluten free as well. My son LOVED their gluten free sausage pizza.
Lou Malnati’s: (locations throughout Chicagoland) Lou Malnati’s offers a crust-less deep dish pizza for those with gluten intolerance.
Marcello’s/Father & Sons: (Lincoln Park, Logan Square, Northbrook) I dined at their Northbrook location. They offer thin crust and pan pizza varieties, and if you call ahead, you can get a frozen crust to take home with you.
Nick’s Pizza and Pub: (Crystal Lake, Elgin) Aside from the fun peanut shells you can
toss on the floor, they have a special gluten free pizza crust that comes in its own pan. I order mine loaded with veggies and without cheese. My son has had the cheese and sausage many times. Yeah for a yummy gluten free pizzeria!
Palermo’s: (Oak Lawn) They offer gluten free pizza crusts and will be offering dairy free cheeses to accommodate gluten and dairy sensitivities.
Pie Hole Pizza Joint: (Lakeview) They offer a wide variety of sauces and toppings – including gluten free pizza crust and Daiya cheese for vegans and those with dairy allergies.
Pizza Capri: (Lakeview, Lincoln Park, Hyde Park) Gluten free crust available.
Pizzeria Uno: (5 locations throughout Chicagoland) Offers a dedicated gluten free menu with gluten free thin crust pizzas.
Ranalli’s (Andersonville): They have a dedicated gluten free menu with pizza and crusts you can take home.
Rocco Ranalli’s: (Lincoln Park) Offers a gluten free pizza crust.
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