The best gluten-free pizza I’ve ever had — Engfer’s in Seabright, Santa Cruz

I got really excited when BK told me that he’d spotted a sign outside our local pizzeria, Engfer’s, announcing they’d recently introduced a gluten-free pie.

 We went on Saturday night and ordered two GF pies. They’re eight inches each, putting them squarely in the personal pie size. I ordered mine with spinach and Corralitos sausage, while BK went with classic pepperoni.

We were both extremely impressed. These were the best gluten-free pizzas I’ve ever had, and I’ve tried a lot of them.  I talked to the owner and she decided to get the crusts from elsewhere, which made me a lot less concerned about the cross-contamination possibilities. 
I am so, so excited to find an awesome gluten-free pizza — and down the street from my apartment, no less. I walked away feeling positively ecstatic. And even better, unlike so many inferior GF pies, these did not cost me an arm and a leg. The two pies, with three toppings, and a liter bottle of Blackthorn hard cider cost us about $25 before tip. That was definitely one our cheaper Saturday nights out, and one of the more fulfilling ones we’ve had in recent times to boot. Thank you Engfer’s, I will be back! 

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