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Cafe Formaggio - Gluten Free Pizza

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Has anyone tried the gluten free pizza at Cafe Formaggio in Westbury, New York? I have never been there but someone told me that they advertised having gluten free pizza on the radio. Does anyone know any more about this?

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No, put I'm definately going to find out about this. My inlaws live in Manhassett and we always go to Outback in Westbury with them. This would be great.

Edited: I just called to find out if they have gluten free pizza, and the person I spoke with had no idea what I was talking about, asked someone else and said no. Sorry.

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Ok, well I just heard the radio advertisement for myself recently and they say that they have "gluten free whole wheat pizza." LOL. Obviously, someone's a bit confused!

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Ok, well I just heard the radio advertisement for myself recently and they say that they have "gluten free whole wheat pizza." LOL. Obviously, someone's a bit confused!

I'd say :)

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No, put I'm definately going to find out about this. My inlaws live in Manhassett and we always go to Outback in Westbury with them. This would be great.

Edited: I just called to find out if they have gluten free pizza, and the person I spoke with had no idea what I was talking about, asked someone else and said no. Sorry.

Jillian,

Did you know there is a pizzeria on Plandome rd. in manhasset with gluten-free pizza?? It is called Villa Milano I think. We had a pizza party at work and they ordered from there only to find out they had gluten-free pizza. It was pretty good!

Kristen

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Jillian,

Did you know there is a pizzeria on Plandome rd. in manhasset with gluten-free pizza?? It is called Villa Milano I think. We had a pizza party at work and they ordered from there only to find out they had gluten-free pizza. It was pretty good!

Kristen

OMG really!! I had no idea. Thank you so much. I am definately going to check it out.

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OMG really!! I had no idea. Thank you so much. I am definately going to check it out.

Oooo, I'm going to have to try this sometime. Let me know how it is!

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OMG really!! I had no idea. Thank you so much. I am definately going to check it out.

Have you tried yet?? let me know when you do. and btw those raviolis are AMAZING! I got them at Jandi's in Oceanside. They had a few brands of ravioli when I was there but only tried these and they are AWESOME!!

Kristen

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Cafe Formaggio does have gluten free pizza and pasta now. I went there a few weeks ago and tried the pizza. It was very good and it tasted very similar to the pizza at Villa Milano in Manhassett. There is also another place nearby in Garden City that has gluten free pizza. It is called Plum Pizza. I believe all of the places order the crust from the same company, Still Riding Pizza, which is based in Connecticut.

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I have actually gone to Cafe Formaggio twice since originally reading this post. Both times I ordered take out pasta dishes, and both times it was delicious.

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Cafe Formaggio does have gluten free pizza and pasta now. I went there a few weeks ago and tried the pizza. It was very good and it tasted very similar to the pizza at Villa Milano in Manhassett. There is also another place nearby in Garden City that has gluten free pizza. It is called Plum Pizza. I believe all of the places order the crust from the same company, Still Riding Pizza, which is based in Connecticut.

It is the same as Villa Milano. They both use Still Riding Pizza. So does Plum Pizza. Check the website for Still Riding Pizza stillridingpizza.com

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