I haven't eaten at this restaurant but when I called to verify the "gluten-free" options, I was told a few things that I felt should be mentioned here. First of all, they do *not* have a dedicated fryer or cooking space, only dedicated utensils. The girl that I spoke to claimed to have Celiac disease but stated that she ate there frequently without getting sick. I don't see how this is possible, given the high risk of cross-contamination at this restaurant. She also stated that the gluten free pizzas were made using the same sauce as the regular pizzas. I told her that by using the same sauce, they were contaminating the gluten-free pizzas and her answer was, "Oh, yeah. I guess so." Uneducated staff just goes to show me that this is not a restaurant where I want to risk eating.
good pizza, wonderful staff. bit pricey.