SO to someone with celiac's. I rate based on her acceptance of food, and deliciousness.
3508 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704
Not a ton of options for Gluten free, but the exist and this is a place you go more for the experience and to hangout than anything else.
5701 W Slaughter Ln, Austin, TX 78739
I work here and just want to give an overview of what we do to ensure pizzas stay gluten free. First of all we have a list of all the gluten free ingredients next to the checkout counter. Anytime anyone orders gluten free I check this to make sure there isn't anything on their pizza or salad that contains gluten. Pizza crusts are premade and put inside pans which are solid on the bottom with edges so they do not touch the brick oven which normal pizza crust will sit on. We put the crust straight into this pan out of the fridge then make your pizza in or normal line. (One issue with our process is that we do not have a separate sauce or ingredients, and we do usually spread the sauce with the spoon for it. This part is subject to some cross contamination, I'm working to try and improve the way we treat the ingredients so this isn't an issue). We then put it in the oven, when it is ready we pull the pizza straight from the pan to your plate or box and cut it with a gluten free only pizza cutter. I personally have no issue's with gluten, so I can't say for certain whether or not it works for others. I do have a number of celiac's who are frequent customers though, so I assume they haven't had issues. We also stock gluten free/dairy free deserts from a local bakery.