Cantina is my favorite. I have Hashimoto's (not celiac) and I never get sick after eating here. All the choices are incredible and everything is labeled on the menu so if you're shy about asking for your options they are right there for you. Tostadas and tacos are a must have.
The food is great however they are not celiac safe. I have celiac and have been going there for months to the point where the servers know me. I've said several times how severe my problem is and that I have celiac. They assured me it was safe. I found out last time I went that their tacos are made in a shared fryer making them no longer gluten free. I was crushed and very angry that no one ever said anything when I repeatedly told them how important it was my food was made safely. I will not be there again
My wife has Celiac and this is one of her favorite, most-trusted restaurants. All employees know what Celiac is and are fantastic about eliminating cross-contamination. Friendly, homey, and inexpensive. Make sure to try the GF French toast (the syrup is GF, too!)
7366 East Shea Boulevard #111, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
This is an entirely gluten free restaurant. Everything is naturally gluten free. I have been to this location a few times and it's awesome! All their locations are the same. It's gluten free heaven! (I have Celiac Disease by the way)
I eat at Blaze a couple times a month. It's not gourmet pizza, but it's decent and you can put as much as you want of whatever toppings you want on your pie for the same reasonable price.
But that's not what this site is about. Is this place safe for someone with celiac? In a word, no.
It's not their fault, mind you -- it's the design of the restaurant. If you have celiac, don't eat here.
The toppings are all cross contaminated, the shared workspace is contaminated, the oven and cutting area are contaminated. My wife and daughter have celiac; there's no way I'd let either of them eat at Blaze.
Again, good pizza and a good deal, but definitely not safe for celiacs.