This was my first time eating gluten free here. I’m pretty sure it’s not a fresh made dough. Tasted like a store bought crust and at $11-$14 it wasn’t worth it. It tasted fine, nothing special. And I had a reaction within a couple hours. Won’t be back here, which makes me sad because it was one of my favorite pizza places prior to my celiac diagnoses.
I was staying the night in town and stopped by here. Pizza places always male me nervous of cross contamination, but I had no issues here. The gluten free crust was very good, had a great crunch and texture. They had lots of options of toppings, and I'm sure you could come again and again and keep it interesting each time. It's a pretty busy and noisy atmosphere, so if you want quiet contemplative pizza eating you might want to get it to go. Overall, great food!