I've been self-diagnosed for about 6 years! I'm pretty sensitive so I think I notice when there's cross-contamination.
30 S Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
The good: according to my server, cross-contamination is minimized by wrapping the pizza in foil while cooking it. The bad: I guess I'm not a fan of "artisanal pizza" which has splotches of big cheese balls and thick pepperoni. Plus my girl's soup was cold. And the water was lukewarm and served from a container with dried pizza sauce.
1049 W Northern Lights Blvd, Anchorage, AK 99503
Good effort with a good-looking menu which indicated gluten-free items, but I definitely felt glutened after having the jambalaya entree. The food tasted excellent, price was great, and the service was great, so I may not be giving up on it...
2610 Spenard Road, Anchorage, AK 99503
I wasn't real impressed for avoiding gluten. The menu indicates gluten free but its not the focus. As another reviewer noted, they bake their own gluten free bread but that increases cross contamination risk - they told me the oven was shared with regular bread. Also none was available at the time. I'd vastly prefer Udi's bread or something with similar quality control. Ordered nachos which were pretty good. Soup was OK. Servers quite friendly. Update: 2 hours later, I definitely feel glutened.
1243 Old Steese Hwy, Fairbanks, AK 99701
They have a gluten-free pizza which is apparently sent from corporate. I ate there twice and didn't notice a reaction (maybe a very light one the second time), even though I'm fairly sensitive. That's better than I'd expect from a pizza place. There are reviews of the chain which mention major reactions and the celiac.com forum says it is pretty chain-dependent.