While they do use a separate pot for gluten-free pasta to avoid cross-contamination, their website claims that "All our pasta dishes and pizza can be made gluten free." In reality, they have gluten-free penne and spaghetti, but not gnocchi or ravioli (they told me it was too expensive to keep making because not enough people ordered it), and their gluten-free bread is just their prepackaged pizza dough cut into pita chips and baked in their pizza oven... which does suffer from cross-contamination issues.
They say they are gluten-conscientious, though it seems lip service only. I expressly ordered GF pasta and was brought whole wheat. The waitress insisted it was GF. When I refused repeatedly, she took it back to the chef, who realized the error. Then she brought out GF pasta, but it wasn't the dish I ordered. I pointed this out, but it was going to be another 20 minutes. As I ate my incorrect dish I fished out a piece of spaghetti. I gave up at that point. No chef or manager ever came over or offered compensation. It was a failure of training from the management, to the kitchen, to the waitstaff. I will never go there again.