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Quite pricey, and a complete pain in the ass to park near... but quite good pizza. Their pizza has a wide variety of toppings and some are non-traditional and fantastic. Yum!

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I live just north of Boston and turned down going there because I don't think it's right to charge a whole $4 more for gluten-free versions of food they charge quite a lot for in the first place. I can understand a dollar, maybe two dollars more, because of the higher cost of ingredients and extra, separate cookware. But, I think they're price-gouging. They know there aren't too many other places we can go.

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I live just north of Boston and turned down going there because I don't think it's right to charge a whole $4 more for gluten-free versions of food they charge quite a lot for in the first place. I can understand a dollar, maybe two dollars more, because of the higher cost of ingredients and extra, separate cookware. But, I think they're price-gouging. They know there aren't too many other places we can go.

while I understand your frustration, I don't think they're price-gouging. They are an expensive restaurant in the first place, but the burdens of dealing with gluten free pizza while you run a regular pizza restaurants cannot be easy. Add the fact that if I recall, they make their own wheat dough, and yet they must BUY their gluten-free pizza crusts and those things are quite expensive relatively speaking.

Where I live, a local pizza place tacks on exactly 4 dollars for a gluten-free pizza on top of the regular price. I'm not thrilled to pay 15 dollars for a pizza, but I'm rather be able to than to have none.

Just MO. There is always Uno's at 13.00 a pie.

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I also think that since Nebo is creating much more interesting pizzas than someone like Uno's, you're not only paying for the gluten free option, but you're paying for the ambiance and variety of options above and beyond the norm. And yes, they do order their gluten free crust from a place in Maine, I believe. I spoke extensively with the bartender who was very knowledgeable on the subject, which is a great sign, that they've trained their staff well. don't get me wrong, it's not your average 'go there once a week' type of place for gluten free food...but it's a nice treat.

There's also always Stonehearth Pizza Co in Cambridge...best pizza in my opinion.

Liz

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I also think that since Nebo is creating much more interesting pizzas than someone like Uno's, you're not only paying for the gluten free option, but you're paying for the ambiance and variety of options above and beyond the norm. And yes, they do order their gluten free crust from a place in Maine, I believe. I spoke extensively with the bartender who was very knowledgeable on the subject, which is a great sign, that they've trained their staff well. don't get me wrong, it's not your average 'go there once a week' type of place for gluten free food...but it's a nice treat.

There's also always Stonehearth Pizza Co in Cambridge...best pizza in my opinion.

Liz

Liz,

Stone heart in cambridge is the best pizza in the boston area. The ONLY pie I've had that was better came from Pizza Pi in Keene, NH which I started a thread about a few weeks ago. I LOVE their sausage and carmelized onion pizza, and the fact that they stock Bard's beer. I came close to tears the first time I went.

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