Nice restaurant, friendly staff, a bit pricey. Portions are small, but plated nicely. Gluten free options available.
Waitress did not seem to know a lot. The menu says gluten free pizza and pasta but she only said pizza. The Fennel sausage pizza was gluten free and no reactions from eating here, however the first pizza that was delivered was the wrong one and clearly a gluten filled crust. We asked about it and she rushed it off to the correct table and brought the right one. The gluten free crust is more like a cracker.
Gluten free pizza, pasta, as well as other items marked GF on the menu. Our server, Alex, was very nice and knowledgeable. She said they cook the pizza on a pan in an oven separate from the other pizzas. The GF pasta is a penne. We were reminded there was a possibility of cross-contamination, but I think that’s the risk any celiac takes unless we eat at home or in a dedicated facility. The “regular” pizza has a big puffy crust so it is easy to ensure you get the right one. The GF one is thin and cracker like. I thought it was very good. They also don’t charge more for GF pizza or pasta which I thought was nice. Would go back.