Love their pizza, but the pizza oven they use for the gf crust is the same oven/surface that they cook the regular crust on. So I don't know if any celiac a have issues. I always seem to have issues between all my combined food allergies so I never know what it is.
This place is now called Thirteen Pies. They do have a lot of flour around and I don't think this place is really safe for celiac disease, however they will cook the pizza on a pan as an extra precaution. You want to ask them to be as careful as possible, but I've had a pizza come out with flour specks on the bottom of it. So it's fine if you just want GF for preference, but not for celiac. That said, the pizza is yummy!!
Holy crap. This was by far the best gluten free pizza I've ever had. I was in heaven for every bite and still can't believe how good it was. Seriously, ask my husband. I keep talking about it. :) I ordered the triple roni and it was delicious! I had called ahead to ensure that they're preparation standards were up to par. The manager assured me that they change their gloves and prepare and cook the pizza on its own surface. The staff was knowledgeable and helpful. But the main test: I haven't gotten sick at all! :) The only somewhat significant downside: my pizza cost $18!!! I'm still not quite over that, but it satisfied an epic pregnancy craving for pizza so I have no regrets. Go Fireside!
Used to love this place but noticed that I was feeling sick a lot afterward. I spoke to the chef and he told me flat out that the pizza wasn't safe because of all the flour in the air all the time that contaminates everything. I appreciate the honesty but am disappointed to not be able to eat here anymore.