Thursday, May 30, 2013
Eating Gluten-Free at Fenway Park
It did take awhile for the pizza to be ready, but we figured that. They don't just have the gluten-free stuff ready and waiting. They make it as soon as someone orders it. It also took us a little longer because the gluten-free pizza accidentally touched the regular pizza, so they had to make a new one. Which we were totally fine with!! They could have just ignored that and served my husband a contaminated pizza, but they didn't. They told us about it and then made a new one.
And here is what the gluten-friendly pizza looks like:
Oh, and that's just one plate of it. You get a second plate of pizza, too. (My husband had already eaten that plate by the time I was able to snap a picture.)
The verdict on the pizza? It was good. Not the greatest, but it was still good. Apparently the gluten-free pizza at Madison Square Garden is SO GOOD. So, there you have it.
Have you tried any of the other gluten-free stuff at Fenway? Know of any good gluten-free restaurants in the area? We just ate at a nearby UNO after the game. (More on THAT later!!)