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Found a really good place in Hastings on Hudson NY (Westchester County) called Slices Pizza (Main Street downtown). A lot of specailty pizzas and pastas, well worth a visit. Their website doesn't highlight gluten-free, but all pizza and (I think) all pasta dishes are available: www.sliceshastings.com

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Found a really good place in Hastings on Hudson NY (Westchester County) called Slices Pizza (Main Street downtown). A lot of specailty pizzas and pastas, well worth a visit. Their website doesn't highlight gluten-free, but all pizza and (I think) all pasta dishes are available: www.sliceshastings.com

Did you go down the street to by the way bakery for dessert? It's a 100% gluten-free / DF bakery.

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Found a really good place in Hastings on Hudson NY (Westchester County) called Slices Pizza (Main Street downtown). A lot of specailty pizzas and pastas, well worth a visit. Their website doesn't highlight gluten-free, but all pizza and (I think) all pasta dishes are available: www.sliceshastings.com

Was just in Tarrytown getting a haircut and next door http://www.mrnicksbrickovenpizza.com/ has a sign in the window "gluten-free Pizza". I went in to ask about it and as soon as I said gluten-free Mr Nick says "Oh don't worry, I will make you any pizza you want with gluten-free toppings, I'm very careful, cook it in a separate tin (crust appears to be French Meadow in it's own tin), we will be very careful etc, etc." Don't you love when they go out of their way to reassure you? End result was a delicious Hawaiian Pizza!

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I live in Tarrytown and go to Mr. Nicks all the time. We love it! I don't even have to order anymore. As soon as I walk in they know exactly what I want. gluten-free White Pizza, half with broccoli.

We also go to By The Way Bakery (BTW) pretty often. Amazing bakery and the owner is a sweetheart.

We'll have to check out Slices.

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