Of the other gourmet pizza combinations on the menu, the Gunpowder ($15) was the most intriguing, with spicy Gunpowder bison sausage, apple-wood bacon, and red onion as toppings. Diners can also build their own creations from a choice of six different cheeses and the 20 meat or vegetable toppings for $10 per pie, plus $1 per additional topping. The gluten-free pizza crust was on par with others we've tried around town, with a texture more akin to cardboard than glorious, chewy, regular-people pizza dough. We don't blame Woodfire for this, however—it's merely the sad reality of GF crust. And given the care with which the pizza chef worked the notoriously sticky and tricky GF dough—the oven area is open to the dining room—we figured the extra $1 charge for the GF crust was a dollar well spent. That dollar ought to go directly to him. Cardboard texture aside, it's still heartening that there are plenty of options at Woodfire for those with dietary restrictions. There are gluten-free sandwich rolls available, as well as certified gluten-free mozzarella for the pizzas. And the house-made red, white and black bean burger ($8), with its lovely balance of legume heft and lemony herbal leavening, is the best vegan burger we've had this year.