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18 Places for Gluten-Free Pizza in Portland, Mapped

Find the best gluten-free pies in the city

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Pizza is so much more than sauce- and cheese-topped dough. It's a food group. A necessity of life. So if you've been told to lay off the gluten, cutting out pizza can feel like cutting off a limb. But all is not lost. Many of Portland's pizzerias are there for you with gluten-free crusts and made-to-order pies. Here now, a round-up of some of the best spots serving Gluten-Free Pizza in Portland.

And those with serious allergies please be advised: Unless otherwise noted, these pizzas are not prepared in 100 percent gluten-free kitchens, so do call ahead if you're unsure.

Did we miss a gluten-free pizza you love? If so, give it a shout in the comments to get it added to the map. (Note the restaurants on this map are not ranked; rather, they are organized geographically.)

—Mattie John Bamman and Danielle Centoni

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Via Chicago

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If it's Chicago-style deep dish you crave, Via Chicago offers a "gluten-free slice du jour" for $4. Any of its make-your-own pizzas can substitute a gluten-free crust for an additional $2.

Mississippi Pizza Pub

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The Mississippi Pizza Pub is not a strictly gluten-free environment, but they take their dough prep seriously: According to their web site, they "rescheduled our dough making process to allow our gluten-free dough to be prepared first thing in the morning prior to preparing any wheat containing products." Gluten-free pizzas come in 8-, 12- and 16-inch sizes for a few extra dollars than regular pies. [Photo]

Pizzicato

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Pizzicato offers any of its pizzas on a gluten-free crust for an additional $1.75 (12-inch) or $2.75 (for the 16-inch pie). More information here. [Photo]

Eat Pizza

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At this sliver of a pizza joint in the Goose Hollow area, you can opt for a gluten-free crust as a "Mini" for $7.99, an "In-Between" for $22.99, or a "Giant" for $27.99.[Photo]

Old Town Pizza

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Old Town Pizza's original location is allegedly haunted by a 100-year-old ghost named Nina. That's reason enough to pay a visit, but their house-brewed beer is no slouch either. Options include 10-inch and specialty gluten-free pizzas.[Photo]

Pizza Schmizza

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New Cascadia Traditional

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Sizzle Pie

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Sizzle Pie, a hard-rocking New York-style slice spot with several Portland locations, is a favorite among chefs and the post-bar crowd. They're all about equal opportunity, with just as many vegan options as special meat pies.

Baby Doll Pizza

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Baby Doll's gluten-free pizzas start at $12 for a cheese. The lineup of specialty pies is deliciously wide ranging, including one with bacon, dates, and walnuts. [Photo]

Slice at the Zipper

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At this little NE Portland pizza shop inside the Zipper complex, pizzas come with interesting combinations, like fennel, peach, fresh mozzarella, and prosciutto. A gluten-free crust is available for any 14-inch pizza for an additional $2. [Photo]

Blind Onion Pizza and Pub

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This dark and rustic pub has that great, old-school Portland vibe, and the pizzas come loaded with toppings, whether it's meat or fresh vegetables. Gluten-free pizzas come in 12-inch (extra $4.25) or 16-inch (extra $6).[Photo]

Hotlips Pizza

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Locally owned and sustainably minded Hotlips now has a sixth location, bringing yet another option for solid gluten-free pizza in Portland. The pizzas come in one size: 12 inches, at $2 extra per pie. Photo: EPDX

Pizzeria Otto

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East Glisan Pizza Lounge

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Any of Vallery Markel's 12-inch pies can be made with a gluten-free crust at no additional charge. [Photo]

Flying Pie Pizzeria

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Flying Pie Pizzeria, which has been around for 30 years and has locations in Lake Oswego, Gresham and Milwaukie, will convert its usual 12-inch crust into a gluten-free version for an additional $3.50. [Photo]

Rudy's Gourmet Pizza

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Rudy's serves any of its non-traditional pizzas — like its taco pizza or Buffalo chicken-and-blue-cheese versions — on a gluten-free crust for $3 extra (for a 10-inch pie), or a 9-inch crust with herbs for $2 extra. [Photo]

Opa Pizzaria

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At Sellwood's family-owned, Greek-influenced Opa Pizzeria, gluten-free crust is available in the 12-inch size only, for an extra $2.50. The restaurant also offers the occasional gluten-free dessert. [Photo]

Bellagio's Pizza

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The Bellagio's chainlet offers an entire page to its gluten-free menu, which prepares its crust in one thickness in two sizes: 10- and 14-inch. [Photo]

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Via Chicago

If it's Chicago-style deep dish you crave, Via Chicago offers a "gluten-free slice du jour" for $4. Any of its make-your-own pizzas can substitute a gluten-free crust for an additional $2.

Mississippi Pizza Pub

The Mississippi Pizza Pub is not a strictly gluten-free environment, but they take their dough prep seriously: According to their web site, they "rescheduled our dough making process to allow our gluten-free dough to be prepared first thing in the morning prior to preparing any wheat containing products." Gluten-free pizzas come in 8-, 12- and 16-inch sizes for a few extra dollars than regular pies. [Photo]

Pizzicato

Pizzicato offers any of its pizzas on a gluten-free crust for an additional $1.75 (12-inch) or $2.75 (for the 16-inch pie). More information here. [Photo]

Eat Pizza

At this sliver of a pizza joint in the Goose Hollow area, you can opt for a gluten-free crust as a "Mini" for $7.99, an "In-Between" for $22.99, or a "Giant" for $27.99.[Photo]

Old Town Pizza

Old Town Pizza's original location is allegedly haunted by a 100-year-old ghost named Nina. That's reason enough to pay a visit, but their house-brewed beer is no slouch either. Options include 10-inch and specialty gluten-free pizzas.[Photo]

Pizza Schmizza

[Photo: Yelp]

New Cascadia Traditional

[Photo: Facebook/New Cascadia]

Sizzle Pie

Sizzle Pie, a hard-rocking New York-style slice spot with several Portland locations, is a favorite among chefs and the post-bar crowd. They're all about equal opportunity, with just as many vegan options as special meat pies.

Baby Doll Pizza

Baby Doll's gluten-free pizzas start at $12 for a cheese. The lineup of specialty pies is deliciously wide ranging, including one with bacon, dates, and walnuts. [Photo]

Slice at the Zipper

At this little NE Portland pizza shop inside the Zipper complex, pizzas come with interesting combinations, like fennel, peach, fresh mozzarella, and prosciutto. A gluten-free crust is available for any 14-inch pizza for an additional $2. [Photo]

Blind Onion Pizza and Pub

This dark and rustic pub has that great, old-school Portland vibe, and the pizzas come loaded with toppings, whether it's meat or fresh vegetables. Gluten-free pizzas come in 12-inch (extra $4.25) or 16-inch (extra $6).[Photo]

Hotlips Pizza

Locally owned and sustainably minded Hotlips now has a sixth location, bringing yet another option for solid gluten-free pizza in Portland. The pizzas come in one size: 12 inches, at $2 extra per pie. Photo: EPDX

Pizzeria Otto

[Photo: Facebook/Pizzeria Otto]

East Glisan Pizza Lounge

Any of Vallery Markel's 12-inch pies can be made with a gluten-free crust at no additional charge. [Photo]