Take-out pizza. When is the last time you had take-out pizza that was gluten-free? I can tell you when I last had it. Never. Well, not until tonight, that is. Sure, Donato’s Pizza makes a “No Dough” pizza, but it is not the same. There is no “crust”. The “No Dough” is either a soy crisp with sauce, cheese & toppings or sauce, cheese & toppings on a plate. Not my idea of take-out pizza.
Enter: Boston’s, The Gourmet Pizza. Boston’s has locations throughout the United States, with 2 locations in Ohio. One of the Ohio locations happens to be right next door to my husband’s office, so I asked nicely if he could bring home some take-out for us. Of course, he did! Jon ordered the pepperoni & cheese pizza, I ordered the Florentine pizza. My pizza was topped with Boston’s special pizza sauce, fresh spinach and basil, mozzarella cheese, artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, roasted garlic and freshly grated parmesan cheese. The pizza were a little under 10 inches (the gluten-free pizza only comes in a size small). There are many choices for toppings on the menu.
Jon’s – Pepperoni & Cheese
More Pepperoni & Cheese
My Florentine Pizza
More Florentine Pizza
So, the part you have all been waiting for. How was it? In a word…..phenomenal! WOW!! Seriously, I am super impressed. The toppings were plentiful & flavorful. The crust was thin and crisp and held the weight of the toppings! Jon ate his entire pizza by himself!! I ate half and had a large salad on the side. I wanted to save some for lunch tomorrow! I would definitely recommend Boston’s to anyone, gluten-free or not. They have additional menu items for those who are not gluten-free, including pastas & grill items.
***Editing to add some pricing information. The cost of 2 small, gluten-free pizzas from Boston’s was $26.00. Aaron was a little shocked by the price. I found it to be in line with the price of Uno Chicago Grill’s GF Pizza and the Take-N-Bake Pizza from Holiday Baking Company.
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