It was just January when I had the opportunity to sample and review the new Donato’s Sonoma Flatbread Take & Bake Gluten-Free Pizzas. The pizzas were hard to come by at first, but they are becoming more and more readily available in many grocery stores around the Columbus area and now select Donato’s restaurant locations.
The Sonoma Flatbread Gluten-Free Pizzas are certified gluten-free. Those exact pizzas can be purchased in the “Take & Bake” option in some Donato’s restaurants. For those who choose, a gluten-free crust is available to have made with toppings of your choice at Donato’s, though this version is not certified gluten-free and is made in the same kitchen as the regular, non-gluten-free pizzas. The Donato’s restaurants that are offering the gluten-free crust option are as follows:
10” and 12” Gluten-Free Crust Available
Pickerington | 614-759-8000 | 1214 Hill Rd. N.
Westerville South | 614-882-5211 | 363 S. State St.
Eakin Road | 614-275-4400 | 2115 Eakin Rd.
Mill Run | 614-921-1800 | 3703 Fishinger Rd.
10” Gluten-Free Crust Available
Bexley | 614-235-4477 | 2800 E. Main St.
Grove City Stringtown | 614-871-5000 | 2233 Stringtown Rd.
Powell | 614-761-5400 | 9764 Sawmill Pkwy.
Clintonville | 614-268-9559 | 3489 N. High St.
12” Gluten-Free Crust Available
Tamarack | 614-846-8411 | 1891 Tamarack Circle N.
South High Street | 614-491-1112 | 2835 S. High St.
New Albany South | 614-855-5400 | 1391 E. Johnstown Rd.
Upper Arlington | 614-340-0905 | 3000 Northwest Blvd.
The gluten-free crust used to make the pizzas in Donato’s restaurants is made by Udi’s Gluten-Free. We have fallen in love with the Sonoma Flatbread Take & Bake Gluten-Free Pizzas and are thrilled that they can be picked up from Donato’s now right along with the regular pizza. I like to dress up the Margherita version with fresh basil.
If you are in the Columbus area and you haven’t tried these pizzas yet, put it on your list of things to do soon!