Hit or miss. We’ve eaten here a number of times. I’m careful to order GF, make sure the precautions they take are actually taken. When dining in I’ve been fine. Service excruciatingly slow, but worth it for decent pizza. Take-out, however has scared me off. I got very sick—clearly precautions weren’t taken. I’ve eaten in once more since (and was fine), but will never eat their take-out.
We had a good experience here, celiac daughter got pizza and no reactions. Pizza crust and also cheesy bread comes frozen so not made on site. Tables and restaurant were very clean. Waitress told me her mom has celiac so is aware about it and knows this place does a careful, good job. Seems to have a lot of GF options besides pizza so we may try again another time.
This Place has great food, BUT if you are GF beware. Twice we have eaten there and twice we have been served a Non-GF meal, and not told until after the meal was partially eaten. This is not a total failure only because my wife's allergy is not severe, although we all will pay for the next 5-6 weeks while the gluten clears her system. If you order GF verify it, having the waitstaff to check with the cooks before eating it.
I had a disappointingly bad experience with the gf pizza here. It tasted great and I love the place (although pricy for a gf pizza), but I'm sensitive to gluten and had an awful reaction about half an hour later. Wouldn't do it again unless I hear they've changed their gf precautions. Bummed.
My husband and I love this neighborhood favorite. The cheesy bread is the best, and their marinara sauce is fantastic. We have always received very accommodating and friendly service. I prefer ordering out because the pizza is cut and boxed on the separate tin that it was cooked on (seems less likely to be contaminated accidentally.)