They do have gluten free pizza, cooked on a separate screen, but only one size, very expensive ($21!), But very good!
Really good gluten free pizza!
They are a very popular pizza chain. My family loves them. Not at all safe for someone with Celiac.
I ordered a GF vegetarian pizza here last week and 2 hours later my chest got super tight, my heart was beating out of my chest, and it lasted for 2 hours. So, either the crust was NOT gluten free, or it was cross contaminated.
Delicious gluten-free pizza comes in three sizes (7, 10 and 12 inch pies). Great place to have a team party and no big deal if kids need to be gluten-free. Very family-friendly with games for the kids and drinks for the adults. Restaurant is very spacious and the people who work here are super nice.
My daughter and I have celiac disease. While I realize there is the risk of an accidental glutening anytime we eat at a restaurant that is not gluten-free, I think it's worth the risk if I'm comfortable with how the location handles cross contamination. So, I always politely ask my questions about prep and ingredients and then tip well. When I called, the person I spoke with (sounded like the owner) was very resistant to answering my questions. He was defensive, said I shouldn't eat his pizza since I was "more worried than most". I actually have no problem w a restaurant telling me their location is not celiac-safe; it shows concern for the health of their customers. In this case, the sad part was the little I got out of him sounded safe, but he would not answer all the questions. My non-celiac son and husband are going for a little league party, my daughter and I will have girl time elsewhere.