The crust was way too soggy for my taste--almost like when you throw pizza in the microwave after being in the fridge and it turns really limp and damp. Plus, their delivery took over an hour and I don't even live that far from Las Olas. I much prefer Pizza Fusion's GF pizza. The crust is crisp and the ingredients are much fresher and of better quality.
Best Gluten-Free Eats - 2010
Pizza is one of dining's great pleasures. Unfortunately, its traditional form is built on a foundation of gluten as its crust. For those who can't eat wheat, At's-A-Pizza provides a tasty and remarkably chewy alternative built with a rice flour crust. For the same price as a gluten-based pie, the wheat-averse can enjoy a pizza crust that has ne'er a hint of the metallic flavor that plagues so many products for the celiac-afflicted. Be it delivery, takeout or eating in, there's no reason for gluten-intolerant folks to hold back from satisfying a normal, human craving for pizza.