The staff was amazing, but their crust is not GF. I used my Nima tester to test the pizza crust, sauce and cheese, and it found gluten. The chef and manager came to talk to me so they can fix the problem.
Was in town on business staying at the Omni. Group wanted to order pizza, this place said they had a GF crust. Have to say, one of the best GF pizzas I've had. Cannot comment on safety, but the pizza itself was outstanding.
THIS SHOULD BE ZERO STARS
This was hands down the WORST pizza I've ever eaten. The crust tasted like paper. It had no flavor and was incredibly tough. The "sauce" was more like tomatoes that had been mashed randomly on the crust with cheese in a few spots. The toppings were ridiculously sparse. It was disgusting. And it wasn't cheap.
On top of all this, they could not guarantee no cross contamination. Only for people on the GF diet.
Let me start by saying, IF YOU NEED TO AVOID GLUTEN, DO NOT EAT HERE!
If I could give it zero stars, I would.
When I asked the waitress which toppings were GF, she answered with, "Pretty much all of them are." I choose a pizza and asked her to check with the chef to be certain the toppings I chose were, indeed, GF. She assured me that she would.
When the order came out, the MANAGER brought it to the table, and since I had not heard back from the waitress, I confirmed with the manager that the pizza she sat in front of me was GF. She said it was. One bite told another story. I called the manager over and, once again, said that I needed to confirm that the pizza was GF. She said it was not!
The manager and waitress apologized and said they would make a GF pizza for me. They asked what they could do. I told them I simply wanted the GF pizza.
When the manager brought it out, she began to set it on the pizza stand, it slipped and hit a glass of water, dumping it on the pizza and the rest of my lunchmates.
Do yourself a favor and go somewhere else. In spite of the 4 inch tall letters on their chalkboard, exclaiming "NEW GLUTEN FREE ITEMS!!" they really have no clue.
They now offer a gluten free crust, and the waitress seemed knowledgeable about cross-contamination issues. It is very thin, like most GF crusts are, but it had good flavor and texture. Prepare to pay an extra 2.50 for GF, but the pizza is big enough for 2!