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Blue Pan made the list of top 10 best gluten free pizzerias in the country. Thank you to all who voted!

Blue Pan made the list of top 10 best gluten-free pizzerias in the country.

Gone are the days when going gluten-free meant a bleak future of tasteless meals. No matter the reason for forgoing wheat, diners can still tuck into one of America’s most popular comfort foods–pizza–at these 10 pizzerias offering gluten-free pies.


Blue Pan in Denver specializes in Detroit-style pizzas, baked in rectangular pans with a caramelized crust. Any pie can be made gluten-free in both 13-inch round and small Detroit styles.
Photo courtesy of Blue Pan Pizza



Any of the nearly two dozen types of Napoletana-style pizza from Forno Rosso in Chicago can be made gluten-free. Diners can choose between red or white pizzas, with toppings like prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, hot sopressata and pecorino romano cheese.
Photo courtesy of Forno Rosso / Facebook


  • Razzi’s Pizzeria in Seattle has a special menu for its gluten-free diners, with safe versions of appetizers, soups, salads, pastas, pizzas and calzones. Pizza lovers can choose between three crusts and several different sauces, as well as tons of topping options.
    Photo courtesy of Razzi’s Pizzeria

Doylestown, Penn.

Certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group, Jules Thin Crust serves up gluten-free pizzas suitable for all gluten intolerant diners. Every staff member is trained in preventing cross contamination, and diners can choose between mini or medium pies. The gluten-free dough is also available to take home.
Photo courtesy of Thomas Seymour / Flickr

Harrisburg, Penn.

Everything from hoagies and grinders to pizzas can be made with The Wild Tomato’s gluten-free and vegan dough. These 12-inch pies come in six varieties, or diners can build their own with a range of meats, cheeses and toppings.
Photo courtesy of The Wild Tomato Pizzeria


Buddy’s has been serving up classic Detroit-style square pizza since 1946. Today, gluten-free diners can enjoy the Sicilian-style pies with tons of topping options on a gluten-free crust.
Photo courtesy of Buddy’s Pizza


Chicago’s Pizza began offering their gluten-free pies in 2011. Using a made-from-scratch dough, this pizzeria makes deep dish pizzas, calzones and even focaccia rolls for diners avoiding gluten.
Photo courtesy of Chicago’s Pizza

St. Louis

Known for its deep dish and thin cornmeal crust pizzas, Pi Pizzeria makes their thin crust options gluten-free on request. Diners will also find gluten-free desserts and beers on the menu at Pi.
Photo courtesy of Pi Pizzeria

New York

Everything coming out of the kitchen at Senza Gluten is made with 100 percent gluten-free ingredients, including the flatbread pizzas served on the lunch menu. A gluten-free cafe and bakery is set to open this month.
Photo courtesy of Senza Gluten

New York

Kesté Pizza & Vino locations in both Fulton and Williamsburg offer a full gluten-free menu of appetizers and pizzas with a host of traditional Italian toppings.
Photo courtesy of Kesté

The top 10 winners in the category Best Gluten-Free Pizzeria are as follows:

  1. Forno Rosso – Chicago
  2. Razzi’s Pizzeria – Seattle
  3. Jules Thin Crust – Doylestown, Penn.
  4. The Wild Tomato Pizzeria – Harrisburg, Penn.
  5. Buddy’s Pizza – Detroit
  6. Chicago’s Pizza – Chicago
  7. Pi Pizzeria – St. Louis
  8. Senza Gluten – New York
  9. Kesté – New York
  10. Blue Pan Pizza – Denver

A panel of experts partnered with 10Best editors to picked the initial 20 nominees, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote. Experts Kim Koeller (Gluten & Allergy Free Passport) and Erin Smith (Gluten-Free Globetrotter) were chosen based on their knowledge and experience of the country’s gluten-free food scene.

Congratulations to all these winning restaurants!

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