On Friday evening, after Hanukkah ended and after I finished ice skating, I decided to pay a visit to The Angelo Pizza on 2nd and Market. After I ordered, Angelo and I chatted for a bit while he made the pizzas. When he came to my order, he had a dedicated gluten-free spot for the pizza, and handled it differently. I was so happy (and thankful) to see this.
Gluten-free? It truly isn’t an issue at The Angelo Pizza. I heard him instruct his employees that when it came to the gluten-free pizzas, they had to wipe everything down and they had to continue making the gluten pizzas at a safe distance away. They didn’t step into the area.
To be honest, I am very grateful for Angelo and The Angelo Pizza. After the video went viral, he didn’t have to offer a gluten-free option. He did, and he did some research on Celiac disease and made a safe spot to accommodate the community. That’s an awesome business model there and it makes me feel verklempt. I thanked him and he agreed to a selfie.
Friday night was 17 degrees. I ate the pizza across the street in the chilly evening. It was beautiful to see the snow as well.
Yum! The deliciousness is in the dough and the sauce! L’chaim!