I’ve been eating here for years now! Before I was celiac & now when I am. SOME of the servers take the allergy very serious others not so much. I always get a gluten free pie, and the server makes sure they put it on a tray in the over to prevent cross contamination. Unfortunately, I had a really bad experience where I felt so sick even before we left the dinner table. That night I ordered the penne vodka gluten free & the pizza not sure what went wrong but something for sure.
Federici's has GF pizza on the menu along with a warning of potential cross contamination if GF pizza was ordered. I ordered GF pasta (with a $2 up charge) and checked about the sauce being GF. The waitress had to check about the sauce because she doesn't know what gets accidentally added to sauces during the cooking process in a busy kitchen. I ordered a sauce identified as GF and added mushrooms to my pasta (another $2 up-charge) paying $17.95 for the pasta. Once home, I was quite sick. I recommend avoiding this restaurant.
Based on reviews went there after day on beach. The staff and menu are very clear that pizza is NOT contamination free. Only option for Celiac is pasta though I don't know if sauce is safe (daughter went with butter). Very nice staff, non gf meals were good.