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Gluten Free Review: Uncle Maddio’s Pizza

As you know, Pookah is allergic to wheat. And I am always on the hunt for new places that he can eat.  Thanks to Tara over at The Young Mommy Life, I discovered an app called Find Me Gluten Free.   I put in my address and Uncle Maddio’s popped up.  I checked out their website and was happy to discover that they had GLUTEN FREE Pizza crust.

Now, we’ve tried another local pizza place that has gluten-free crust.  And it’s….nasty….imagine, your pizza crust with the consistency of cornbread…..

But I digress!  We traveled to Uncle Maddio’s 10 minutes from our house and walked in.

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I didn’t get a photo when we first got in, but it’s laid out sort of like Subway or Chipotle. You see the fresh ingredients, you see them making your pizza. On a GLUTEN FREE crust. Pookah requested sweet sausage and pepperoni, and I added mushrooms to my side.

Pookah and I made our way to our table and waited for our food.  Pookah had his crayons…..

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And while we were waiting, my fresh made salad came. Delicious.

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And then it came.  It looked good…….( see Pookah stealing a sausage)

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He tasted it…..

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It was a HIT!

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I really really enjoyed it and more importantly, Pookah did too! The crust was like a thin crust, nice and crunchy. It didn’t get soggy and held up pretty well under the toppings.  Service was quick and our meal was UNDER $20.

Will we go again??? OF COURSE! Pookah gives it two thumbs up!

So if you live in the Atlanta Metro Area,  check out Uncle Maddio’s! It’s going to be our go to place for Gluten Free Pizza!


*Disclaimer: I was NOT paid in cash or Pizza to review Uncle Maddio’s. *

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  • Reply
    Katherine G
    October 18, 2013 at 10:07 am

    I am a huge fan of Uncle Maddio’s. Their pizza is go good. I’m glad you were able to find another great place for your little man to eat at and enjoy great food.

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    October 18, 2013 at 12:32 pm

    I have heard the pizza was good I must try it out. As long as Pookah is happy with them I am going based on his approval lol

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      October 22, 2013 at 7:24 pm

      LOL. it really is good and I love the fresh toppings!

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    Mrs. Pancakes
    October 20, 2013 at 4:13 pm

    Loved these pictures of pookah enjoying his pizza! It looks delicious!

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      October 22, 2013 at 7:21 pm

      it really was great! We had it again this past weekend!

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    November 7, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    It seems that your Pookah is not allergic to wheat, but is gluten intolerant, assuming he did not have a reaction to the pizza.
    Uncle Maddio’s does have a gluten-free crust, but it is made with wheat.

    Anyway, thanks for the review.

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      November 7, 2013 at 12:41 pm

      He is definitely allergic to wheat. He is tested every year for it. And if you look on Uncle Maddio’s website, it does say that the gluten free dough is made from “a combination of rice, tapioca and potato flours” none which have wheat in them. That is the point of gluten free. It has NO WHEAT. But thank you for stopping by and commenting!

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    Tricia Young
    November 30, 2013 at 8:42 pm

    I have celiac disease and just ate at Maddio’s on a trip to Atlanta. It was delicious. Just a word of warning. Like any bar set up in a restaurant, the fresh items can be contaminated with gluten from the gloved hands that handle wheat crust and then dip into the items on the bar. They may change their gloves before making my pizza but the bar itself is contaminated with gluten. I ask that the make my pizza with the reserve items under the bar that have no yet been handled on top of the bar

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      Tricia Young
      November 30, 2013 at 8:49 pm

      …as I was saying before my tablet had a glitch, I asked that they use the reserves of each item that they keep under the bar. These reserves have not yet been dipped into by glutened hands. Of course nothing is full proof. But this seems to work.

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    August 7, 2014 at 9:30 pm

    Just be aware. When I asked if there Cheese had gluten in it. They said yes. So it’s not a total gluten-free pizza

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      August 10, 2014 at 6:38 pm

      The cheese is fine for him, he is allergic to wheat and the cheese has no wheat! Thank you for pointing that out!

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