I informed them that I had Celiac and she immediately switched gloves and told those down the line to switch theirs as well. I had a guy follow mine all the way down. When it came out of the oven the guy asked me if I had an allergy and he wiped down the counter, switched gloves and got out a clean pizza cutter. Very Happy with the precautions that were taken.
They have a gluten free crust and gluten free red sauce and i just had veggies on mine.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I got very sick eating here (sensitive celiac). They changed gloves and used a separate/marked pan—but I don’t think it was enough to present cross contamination
Very nice about celiac!! They ask if you have an allergy when you order gluten free crust or the cauliflower crust. They change their gloves and keep the pizza separate. My favorite celiac friendly restaurant.
Not celiac safe. Yes, they change gloves and put the GF crust on a separate pan, but what about the flour-covered aprons, the shared topping utensils, etc? Not enough effort is taken to truly make sure the meal is 100% gluten free.
Workers new to change their gloves, and they have separate utensils to use on the gluten free pizzas. Excellent pizza
The GF crusts are burnt around the whole edge. When I said I thought that wasn’t acceptable the cook argued with me and said it had to be that way because GF cooks differently. I didn’t agree. I ate the pizza which did taste good but I had a burnt taste afterwards even though I didn’t eat the burnt crust part.
Great gluten free pizza that is affordable and many options. Ate here a couple of times safely :)
Best pizza I've had. Even from before having to be gluten free. The owner's wife has Celiac, so they take the correct precautions. The manager always handles my food to ensure its handled properly. They have a gluten free sauce with a separate ladle and a different cutter for gluten free. The pizzas are made in an open kitchen where you can see everything. That made me more comfortable.
Very open about gluten free options. Great service. However gluten free crust taste like cardboard, but the gf red sauce was okay.
The salad was good but I wouldn't trust the pizza for anything. They use the same scoop for all sauces and it is smeared all over the floury crust of the gluten pizzas. If they have another method we're not aware of it. I'm celiac and my husband is gluten free by choice. He was not asked if anything other than what he wanted on his pizza. I love the idea of local and fresh but sometimes you need more than a small salad.
Good pizza. They ask if being gluten free is a lifestyle or allergy. If it is, they get new gloves on and take your order.