Great pizza, many gluten free options for bread/wraps/pasta. Pizza is Celiac friendly, the rest is made in a common kitchen.
They had white bread to exchange for buns and the typical pizza crust and pasta exchanges but all for an up charge. In the fine print it does say that all foods are cooked in the same as gluten foods which wasn't an issue except for fried things. I had the southwest salad to be safe not thinking of the fried chips ( I thought they were prepackaged because I asked if they were wheat or corn) I didn't feel well that afternoon, kept burping the seasoning on the chicken and had a violent headache that ibuprofen couldn't control. Not saying it was a very mild gluten issue but I won't go back. I would definitely not say it is celiac friendly just that they do have some GF options
I had the Turkey Alfredo.....very good! Any pasta dishes can be made with gluten free noodles. The garlic bread was also gluten free...yumm. This restaurant is not celiac friendly....everything is prepared in a common kitchen.
They don't have a ton of options, but they do have GF pizza, sandwich bread, and pasta. The server and manager couldn't tell the brand but I know it was something packaged they they bought. It was better than UDIs but not much. The tortilla chips are fried in a shared fryer. I won't go back because I can find better GF pizza other places.
recommended! their smoked chicken wings are delicious. lots of bbq options plus they have gf bread, pasta and pizza crusts and can work with you for quite a few different options.
Great food and friendly staff. Many options including gluten free pizza, bread and pasta! Also a fun atmosphere - small town/hole-in-the-wall type place with really great food.