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Fantastic Pizza In Ny
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Anyone who is within driving distance of Long Island who loves pizza should check this place out. The name is Cafe Baldo, located in Wantagh LI. The gluten-free pizza is amazing (even fold-able). They also do a considerable amount of gluten-free baking and offer other Italian specialties for celiacs like garlic knots and mozzarella sticks. I went there once last week, once since, and will be going again this weekend... its that good.

-Will

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I am so jealous!! I really wish there was a place that I could walk into and order a pizza. Making them at home is ok, but not great. Pizza is one thing that I still miss and crave like crazy. They need to bring a Cafe Baldo to kansas! ha :D

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I heard somewhere that the Godfather's chain sometimes has gluten-free at certain restaraunts... I don't know if it is true or if you have one near you...

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I have a godfathers not far from my house, and they haven't offered anything like that <_< . I sure wish they did! ha I also checked out their website and it doesn't seem to hint at anything gluten free or low-carb. Too bad! Maybe someday...a girl can dream anyways!! :D

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I heard Donatos has a gluten-free crustless pizza. I don't have Donatos near me so I can't confirm or say if it's good.

Kim.

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