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Anyone have any good recommendations for a good take out place for gluten-free pizza in the Schaumburg/Arlington Heights/Buffalo Grove area? There's a million pizza places around, so there has to be one.

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Anyone have any good recommendations for a good take out place for gluten-free pizza in the Schaumburg/Arlington Heights/Buffalo Grove area? There's a million pizza places around, so there has to be one.

I have yet to find a place in the area that does a gluten-free crust. However... Lou Malnati's does a gluten-free pizza that uses their deep dish sausage patty as the "crust" layer and then piles everything else on top of that - and they use dedicated pans to cook it. Prices start out the same as a sausage deep dish (I get no crust but hey - I have a safe pizza option so I will not complain) plus your toppings.

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Anyone have any good recommendations for a good take out place for gluten-free pizza in the Schaumburg/Arlington Heights/Buffalo Grove area? There's a million pizza places around, so there has to be one.

DaLuciano's in River Grove sells their pizza frozen. Not quite take out, but close - and it's really good. You could probably get it to go if you called.

Aurelio's (various locations) has gluten free pizza and does take-out and delivery, but I've heard it's not great. I haven't tried it myself.

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do you have a Boston Pizza in your area. We just found out this week that our local Boston Pizza has a gluten free one with a variety of toppings available. We took our two grandaughters there yesterday and they both enjoyed their pizza. Only single serving size was available, but we were happy to be able to take them out!

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Godfather's offers a gluten-free crust. It's decent. Do you have a Biaggi's nearby? They make an awesome gluten-free pizza.

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I have yet to find a place in the area that does a gluten-free crust. However... Lou Malnati's does a gluten-free pizza that uses their deep dish sausage patty as the "crust" layer and then piles everything else on top of that - and they use dedicated pans to cook it. Prices start out the same as a sausage deep dish (I get no crust but hey - I have a safe pizza option so I will not complain) plus your toppings.

I was told by Lou Malnati's today that they do not have dedicated pans or work areas for their gluten free pizza. So please be careful! They also said they are working on perfecting a gluten free crust, which is pretty exciting.

I believe California Pizza Kitchen at Woodfield has a gluten-free menu, but again, no dedicated pans or work areas. There's a Biaggi's in Deer Park that has gluten-free pizza, but I was underwhelmed by the crust. They use Tinkyada pasta, but I've found it doesn't make the ride home if I'm doing take-out, and honestly, if I'm going to have Tinkyada I might as well make something myself.

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Boston Pizza assured us that they have a dedicated work area, pans and knifes for their gluten free pizza's. I hope this idea catches on everywhere. It seems more and more people need to be gluten free.

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