It’s no secret: I am pizza OBSESSED. Always have been and probably always will be. The toughest part about going gluten free about a year ago was to cut out pizza from my diet. Luckily, over time I’ve found a few amazing gluten-free pizza restaurants in Boston. For those wondering, gluten-free pizza tastes exactly like regular pizza these days, except it might be a bit thinner crust and slightly more crumbly.
Since more and more people are going gluten free these days, I thought I’d share my running list of gluten-free pizza for everyone in the Boston area!
Best Gluten-Free Pizza in Boston
Oath Craft Pizza
Oath Craft Pizza is all about unique, gourmet ingredients and has locations all over Boston – from Chestnut Hill, to South Station, and most recently Coolidge Corner in Brookline.
You can create your own pizza (“The Selfie”), or opt for a craft pizza which are all really good! Plus, if you’re in a hurry or don’t want an entire pizza, you can order by the half.
Blaze just opened in the Fenway neighborhood near Citizen Public House / Target area, and it’s kind of like the Chipotle of pizza. You go down the line, choosing your fave fresh toppings, crusts, and they pop it in the oven for you. It’s super quick and about as healthy as pizza gets!
Davio’s is a great white-table-cloth Italian venue in Back Bay. They have great gluten-free pizzas for lunch, and just started a gluten-free brunch menu as well (at select locations like Back Bay)!
Sonsie on Newbury
Sonsie is another great Back Bay gluten-free pizza option. Nestled in the adorable brick-laden shopping street Newbury, it’s the perfect spot to refuel after a full day of shopping or strolling around Boston.
Season’s 52 is known for their great flatbreads, and luckily they have gluten-free options for these as well!
I love the toppings that Otto’s pizza (from Portland, Maine), offers. My favorite from this Coolidge Corner venue is the gluten-free mango and pulled pork pizza. Yum!
Comment Challenge: What’s your favorite gluten-free pizza in Boston?