The gluten free pizza costs $2 more than the regular. They keep the crust in a closed refrigerator and use designated boards for cooking. When you order the GF crust, they ask if you have an allergy or if it is a preference. If you answer that you have an allergy, they usually ask if you'd like them to change gloves. If the worker forgets to ask, you can always request it. I've tried both ways and felt glutened when I did not request the glove change. If you get a glove change, they will bring out a separate container of oil and red sauce as well as a separate container for the mozzarella cheese. The other toppings are taken from the original containers. Considering that this is not a dedicated gluten free facility, they do put forth a lot of effort in trying to prevent cross contamination.
I have been to this location as well as the one in Columbia, Md and they take Gluten Free VERY seriously(!) 😊 this is one place where saying you need GF doesn't make you feel like an "inconvenience" and you don't sacrifice menu selection or the deliciousness of their food just because it's GF! Their food is excellent and there service is as well!
Nice place. While the cafe offers GF wraps, they are not safe from cross contamination. The same press is used for all sandwiches. The girl at the counter said that they are not certified GF, they just have GF options. The hot beverages are good, but they are inconsistent. There are also muffins from an outside source at the register that are safe and tasty.
This is the only Five Guys I have ever gone to. And I have gone with my son (who is also celiac) and my daughter (who is not) several times. Not only are they always careful about separating and putting on new gloves regarding our orders, they are super friendly. I don't know what they use for their training or hiring practices, but more places should adopt them. Never had a cc issue, always top notch customer service, and delicious food to boot. Worth the price. Really love these guys.