5 GF Pizza Restaurants-Post 27

Hey Guys.

Do you like pizza?  I do. If you do, then you will like this post. I am going to give you five names of GF pizza restaurants.

  • Maddio’s
  • Pizza Hut
  • Your Pie
  • Mellow Mushroom
  • Lupi’s
Lupi’s – gluten free pizza

All these restaurants are about the same. They all don’t cook our pizzas with the gluten pizzas, and they all have GF toppings.  They are located in different places though.  Maddio’s is in many states along the east coast of USA.    They also have several locations in the Atlanta area.   Pizza Hut is a large restaurant chain located all over the USA.  Your Pie is in located in many states.  There are several Your Pie’s in the Atlanta and Athens area.  Mellow Mushroom is also popular with many locations in many states.  Lupi’s is in Tennessee.  If you want to learn more, click on the links to visit their webpage.                  .

Extra Info

Coming up: My next post will be a recipe one that includes coconut or almond flour, (not sure which one yet).

If you have any more ideas for my next few blog posts, then you can email me ( glutenfreegeorgiagirl@gmail.com ) or comment down below.

Happy Father’s Day!

Gluten Free Georgia Girl

Living gluten free and healthy! I live in Georgia. Read more in my blog!

3 thoughts on “5 GF Pizza Restaurants-Post 27

  • June 18, 2017 at 8:26 pm

    You wrote about a restaurant I have never heard about before. Lupi’s. I was wondering if you have eaten there? Informative and cool post.

  • June 19, 2017 at 8:28 am

    Excellent post. I have eaten at all of the above Pizza places and they are all good. Lupi’s has a couple of locations in Chattanooga, which is close to me, and I must say, they are like Mellow Mushroom and have great pizza’s. Thank you for your blog and all your comments.

  • July 18, 2017 at 9:46 pm

    I have been gluten free for 7 years so far and I am always looking for new gluten free products. Love what you’re doing


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