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There is no dedicated fryer for French Fries here. The pizza is gluten free but cooked in the same oven as the other pizzas.
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I did not have any issues eating the pizza. The crust was under-cooked and the toppings were awful.
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The cheese and pepperoni were a terrible grease soaked congealed mass on top. This is not safe for celiacs at all.
They say there crust is gf but the chefs use reg flour to dust it and place the crust on reg flour. Blatant disregard for cross contamination issues.
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Use the same cheese and no gloves. Owner was nice though and comped the pizza for us. No dedicated fryer either. Avoid if you have celiac!!
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The desire for Mack's pizza was overwhelming and before long the family had four stores on the Wildwood Boardwalk - Wildwood, Glenwood, Lincoln and Robert's Avenues - plus the shops in Seaside and Ocean City. Some might remember when Mack's first opened they also offered other Boardwalk eats such as clams and corn on the cob, but the extended menu did not last long.
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Their tomato pie gained a large following which included a local Judge by the name of Andrew Caferio. He was a loyal customer and a friend of the Mack family and had stated on many visits that the pizza was so good they should serve it exclusively. The family agreed and so it came to be that Mack's Pizza was just that Mack's Pizza. Pictured below are several photos of the Wildwood Avenue shop.
Pictured left Bob Moloney and Charlotte Mack. Joe Mack is shown above working the dough. Looking toward the front of the shop. Above photo was taken in the early 70's.