Cross contamination is highly likely. Didn’t know until after eating that they use the same utensils and sauces for both gluten free and gluten pizzas. They do ask if you need your gloves changed when ordering gluten free items.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I was in line for 10 minutes waiting to order, I'm not complaining about that because it was the lunch rush, and I saw a ton of cross contaminating practices. I ended up not ordering. This was the location on Washington and 2nd st.
I appreciate that they use a new, clean pizza cutter if you tell them you have an allergy. The pizza's delicious and they're fast.
This is NOT celiac friendly - ok for gluten sensitive
They have options but you have to be explicit with employees to avoid cross contamination. They couldn't tell me whether or not the tortilla strips were gluten free and then forgot to take them off my salad and had to remake it.
They do have a gluten free crust however staff knowledge is significantly behind. They use brushes to rub on sauces on glutened pizza causing x-contamination. Also the air duct above all the ingredients is severely contaminated with dust so much so that it is visible!
I do love their gf pizzas! A choice of plain or herb crusts that come prepared. I prefer the gf herb crust It’s nice to not spend a fortune and get a sizable pizza! All sauces are gf also.