I don't think I know anyone who doesn't like pizza. People may have preferences over deep dish or thin crust, but it's pretty fair to say that if someone offers up pizza, no one is going to turn it down. That is unless, you have Celiac Disease. Going out for pizza or ordering in is near impossible. Even if the pizzeria offers gluten-free crust, there is often a high change of cross-contact. But not at Renee's Pizzeria! This 100% gluten-free and nut-free pizzeria is a safe haven for many. Zero chance for cross-contact. Did I mention they make elephant ears?
Renee's Pizzeria opened in early 2014 to meet a very real need. Owner Gabe Hertz has a young daughter named Renee. Renee was diagnosed with a peanut allergy when she was 5 and then diagnosed with Celiac Disease when she was 10. The opportunities of safely eating out were greatly reduced, so Gabe quit his Relax the Back franchise and took a bold step into the food industry. Watch the video above about the ways this business has been successful. Sometimes success is measured more than just in dollar signs.
Their brave and compassionate step has greatly paid off. Business has been good for Gabe and they're about to open a second location in Southfield. They love being able to bring smiles to people everywhere. In honor of Celiac Disease Awareness Month, they're offering a $25 gift certificate for one lucky person. They do not ship their products, so you MUST be able to come to their location to dine in or pick up your order yourself.