Good food, great service! Unfortunately, not safe for celiacs, they cook the gf pizza in the same pan used for regular pizza. Sign at register states gluten friendly but also notes that it is not a separate kitchen area so cross contamination may occur.
My fav for GF Pizza in the area. For a while they cooked the pie on a seperate tray. I think it tastes better with out it ;) I personally haven't had a reaction to cross contamination here, at least they tell you it's possible if you ask.
NOT GLUTEN FREE. I spoke to both the cook and the manager and they both said they cannot guarantee anything in the kitchen remains gluten free. The pizza is cooked on grates that are not washed, just wiped, and they have no solution for people who are concerned with the cross contamination. The bread for the sandwiches is put on a common counter and they won't clean it before making the foods. The waitress was completely uneducated about gluten free as was the cook (the cook admitted that she didn't know anything about it). If you are doing gluten free as a diet, not an allergy or celiac, then this place is ok but for actual gluten sensative people I'd suggest running far far away.
Fantastic pizza, if no one told you it was gluten free you wouldn't know. It tastes like a fancy thin crust pizza. Awesome waitstaff, big screen TVs to watch the game and a full bar. If you like pizza you will not be disappointed gf or not. The up charge for the gf pizza was also very reasonable. You can tell they actually calculate their extra cost and charge only that to the customer instead of taking advantage and trying to profit like some places do. One of my pizzas was actually exactly 1.23 cents more than its regular counterpart. Great place! Highly recommend it!