This place gets points for having both dairy free and gluten free pizza. But having tried many other superior gfdf pizzas since then, this place doesn't really live up to its competitors. Crust was soft, almost soggy and the soy cheeze they use lacks flavor. It could do in a pinch, though, and the service was friendly.
I loved this place so much when I hadn't gone gluten-free yet, so I was really excited to see they had a gluten free pizza. Unfortunately I was very disappointed with the pizza. It was very expensive, and not on a level with their superb glutened-pizza. If you are looking for good gluten free pizza, I would suggest hopping in your car and driving 20 minutes out to Essex. Pizza John's nailed their's and it is worth the extra drive.