We found this place and ordered a pizza to go. We asked the waiter if we could get it "senza glutine,". He said yes. A different waiter delivered the pizza box to us. Again we asked if it was "senza glutine." Again, yes. Got back to our apartment and ate the pizza already n'y with a salad (that we made). Thereafter I took a walk around Venice. I can assure you the pizza was not gluten free. I had to run the entire way back to the apartment. These people were not careful. I hate them and feel betrayed.
Ive gone to Venice and a lot of people say gluten free etc easy to come by. I'm sorry it's not unless you like fish or salad which as a Coeliac is gluten free, but my point of view is lazy. I'm in Italy I want pizza and pasta. ok pasta is easier to come by but 95% is just out of packet. After 4 hrs I came across this bar san Miguel gluten free lager which is wonderful because Italians don't know what cider is and gluten free lager is gold dust, especially in a bar. they did pizza and puddings and is really quaint restaurant, friendly staff it's of beaten track from all visitors but worth it about 10 min walk from St Marks square. give it a go