UPDATE: The store owner Levi reached out to me and said he was going to check in with the kitchen to make sure that the temperature was right and they’re not burning their gluten-free crust. He also states he takes pride in his crust being a homemade sourdough because his wife has celiac disease. They do say they try to take precautions to not have any cross-contamination. But they do share the same oven with other pizza, so I’m not sure how well that goes With cross-contamination. But I will definitely give it another try because the owner reached out and was very understanding. The gluten free pizza is said to be a “handcrafted sourdough crust”. It tastes like a flavorless burnt cracker. Hard, VERY thin and absolutely flavorless. Like it needed more salt or something. Which really shocked me because I’ve had their regular crust and it was one of the best I’ve ever had. I was hopeful for gluten free one. Also, they do not do anything for trying to avoid cross contamination (which never makes sense to me. Why offer a gluten free crust if you’re just gonna sprinkle gluten all over it for the customers that can’t eat gluten free?). I got very bloated after, tummy aches, nausea after. So definitely not celiac friendly. Incredibly expensive. My one GF pizza was $25. It was 12” and only had 3 toppings added to it. That’s insane to me. Staff is nice. That’s about the only positive I have to say.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much/None