December 28, 2007

O Pizza

By GFIB -  

O-Pizza is a place where gluten free pizza junkies can truly get some good gluten free pizza! They start with Debbie’s gluten free crust, slather it with some great cheese, and any topping you want, and bake it on a separate pan to ensure that it is not contaminated with gluten from the other doughs.

They also offer soy cheese, a totally vegan pizza (the TVP), and many specialty pizzas, such as the Garden Veggie (Vine Ripened Mini Peppers, Fresh Mushrooms, Spinach, and Caramelized Onions) and the Spinach Lasagna (Fresh Spinach, Roma Tomatoes, Ricotta Cheese, and Mozzarella Cheese).

And, they deliver!

O-Pizza

3980 Broadway,
Boulder, Colorado
303-444-9100

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  1. Paul says:

    O! Pizza also charges an arm and a leg for a gluten free pizza. You can buy Deby’s pizza crusts for about $2 each, so why does O! Pizza charge $12 for a gluten free pizza??? It’s robbery. Go next door to Lucky’s and pick up an Amy’s Rice Crust pizza for half the price.

  2. Paul says:

    For comparison, their equivalent wheat-flour pizza is only $7. Gluten-free is over 70% more expensive.

  3. craig says:

    Funny, I can’t buy those crusts for that price Paul. If you can point me in the right direction to reduce the food and labour costs associatied with producing this product, please come by and enlighten me.
    Craig Fleming Owner O! Pizza

  4. Kendall says:

    I can make a pizza at home for a few bucks. I avoid gluten. But, I enjoy a good pizza made by someone else, GF or not. Margin and markup are all part of dining out.
    Maybe Paul should email Deby’s and ask why they charge $2 for a crust when it costs 25cents to make your own. Or ask why the only gas station in the middle of nowhere charges a higher price.

  5. Mishi says:

    I just got quoted $14 for a vegan gluten free (roughly 12 inches) that is an AWESDOME price… It is pretty much unheard of to find a pizza that is non dairy – gluten free that isn’t some measly overpriced FROZEN disc. THANKS you guys, I can not WAIT to try it and post again as to its deliciousness!
    And let me just say once more THANK YOU for providing this wonderful alternative. Even if the price turns out to be a little higher, I am OK with that (GREAT if they are this cheap tho). I have tried the premade rice crusts and made my own… while they were pretty good NOTHING compares to fresh baked pizza yumminess. I hope to post a glowing review once I have tried it!

  6. Mishi says:

    OK! I said I would rate it once I ate it! So here goes! Well, first I was told that the crust is a new type of crust they are using made by a local GF bakery. So apparently if you tried this prior to about two weeks ago it has changed. (Can’t compare since this is our first time) well, I will tell you that the entire pizza was lovely! I got 4 or 5 toppings and my teen and I enjoyed it very much. I have to say however, small thing here, I don’t like their sausage. I happen to like greasy little balls or sausage on my pizza rather than non greasy ground up sausage sprinkles. That is just my preference, It wasn’t awful or anything, just really not my texture choice. Anyhoo… aside from that wee little thing the pizza was well beyond my expectations. It was even great cold (the acid test) so THANKS BUNCHES AND MUCHLY you guys and gals at O’ Pizza! We are super uber happy to have something YUMMY and within our narrow eating range WEEHOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Ishrana says:

    The price is average for a Boulder gluten free pizza. My family thought it was delicious, and it was indeed! My only gripe is that my crust was slightly charred & very crunchy so I couldn’t eat it. Everything else about it was superb though. They deliver, too.

  8. Kelly says:

    May 2010: OMG! Disgusting. The crust comes from a place called GlutenFreeBistro and they should keep trying until they can make a decent pizza crust. The service was good and the people are nice, but that’s not why I went.

  9. David says:

    I LOVE this pizza! I think that the Gluten Free Bistro makes a fantastic crust. It reminds me of when I was in Italy traveling, before I went gluten free. It is like the Neapolitan style, but whole grain. Then, add the great organic ingredients on top. Superb! Guilt free eating & it’s pizza!!!! Thank you O! Pizza!!!!

  10. Jodi says:

    well, I would like to leave a comment about the quality of the crust, but unlucky for me I’ve tried to order twice in the last 2 weeks and not been able to both times…once because they were out of vegan “cheese” and tonight because they said they were closed (9:10 p.m.). The menu on the website says 10 p.m. daily. I feel discouraged from trying again…

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