First time here, nice location and atmosphere. Excited over seeing gluten free pizza on menu since its difficult to find in most places. Ordered the Hawaiian one along with the Greek salad. Friend ordered clam chowder and salad with chicken breast. Large portions. My Greek salad was delicious and fresh with just the right amount of feta. The much anticipated gluten free pizza had dry toppings and the crust was hard enough to break a tooth! Seriously, I chewed very cautiously. Disappointed since I have had fairly good ones.
Waiter: we both distinctly got the impression that he wasn't too happy about serving women. Hovered by as we chatted and tried to decide. We felt pressured to get on with ordering and we had only sat down together for about 15 min, we ordered to get him off our backs.
Next time will try the pasta dishes, they looked good and they have gluten free fusilli.
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