We dined there recently on a busy night. We did notify them on our reservation that there were 2 celiacs in the party. Our waiter explained that they could sometimes sweep the oven to remove flour, they were very busy and didn't have time to do it. I asked if the pizzas could be cooked on a pan. He said no. So we got up to leave. He asked us to speak with the manager first. The manager eventually came over and said they would indeed sweep the oven, so make it safer. I again asked if the pizza could be cooked on a pan. He said they could cook them on a sheet pan. About an hour later, our pizzas arrived (we had a salad and olives in the meantime). The pizzas came on the same wooden peels as regular pizzas. I was very wary and ate only the toppings off my pizza. My son ate his. We both woke up sick. So they tried. But they failed. If you are gluten-sensitive, it might be ok. But celiacs stay away!! Also--the bill for 4 pizzas, one salad and 3 glasses of wine was $200
Good, fresh crust and fun, indoor/outdoor environment with good wines by the glass list. GF pizza prepared on it's own pan and, according to the server, separate cutting utensils are used. Most, if not all, pizzas were GF - even the meatball topping (no breadcrumbs).
Stopped in on Christmas Eve, and originally only planned to have a glass of wine and maybe a salad but our server convinced me of their gluten free awareness. Did not disappoint! Ordered the burrata which they were kind enough to sub the crostini out with an entire plain GF pizza crust. So thoughtful! Also, had a margherita pizza on their GF crust. Their crust is really delicious. Once our server mentioned they change gloves, etc., and that he notes 'Celiac' on the food ticket...I was sold. Definitely recommend.