I watched as our GF pizza was placed on the same surface as all the other pizzas, the person cutting the pizza used the same knife and gloves as she did with the previous non-GF pizzas. You will get contaminated here, its pretty much a guarantee. Celiacs should steer clear.
Gluten free pizza tasted okay, wait staff didn’t really seem concerned that I had an allergy. When the pizza came out, my parents regular pizza was stacked on top of the gluten free. I ended up getting sick, not sure if it was the pizza or something else...
We ordered our pizza to go. Their gf pizza tasted exactly like the pizza I remember before my diagnosis . Most of their salad dressings are also gf. I had zero problems and am excited to add this restaurant to my rotation.
Good food. Decent enough selection. Ridiculous prices. Went with our family of 4, all gluten intolerant. Have a 3 year old who only eats crust (with nothing on it) and a 5 year old who ate a pepperoni pizza. Hubby and I each got a 10 in pizza. Our bill was $64 and some change, no drinks or appetizers!!! Seemed a little bit absurd to get charged $10 for a plain 10in crust that was burned on the edges, $14 for a pepperoni and sausage pizza for my 5 year old (no child's gf option or even discount). We were visiting, but if we were local the price tag would keep me away.
Very robust gf menu that you can eat in or get as take out. Has both pasta and pizza. This place has lots of seating and can work out well for parties where you need to accommodate lots of different appetites.