The gluten free offerings are listed on the menu, and when I told our server I had celiac disease they immediately said the gluten free pizzas are made in a separate area and cooked in a separate oven. I’m writing this review the next day so I can confirm I didn’t get glutened (hooray!). I ordered the margherita pizza - the sauce was excellent but the rest of the pizza was just fine. The crust appeared to be the Udi’s pre-made crust, which is totally okay, but I don’t feel it warrants the $4 upcharge. Someone else in my party ordered the regular margherita and when it was brought out the server called it “non gluten margherita”, which was a little confusing (I’ve run into this in other restaurants, too) and I had them confirm that it DID contain gluten so it wasn’t mine. The place appears to be celiac friendly but I wanted to give this heads up - though I feel like most of us with celiac disease double check when servers bring the order out anyway.
Our waiter was extremely friendly and asked whether any of us had celiac. When we said yes, she made sure our GF pizzas were baked in separate oven. The pizza crust was great, though a little crispy. My wife and daughter, both celiacs, had no negative reaction to the food.