I have not yet had a problem with the gluten free pizza here, but I'm not terribly sensitive. They have gluten-free screens for the gluten-free pizzas and cut them with a clean knife. The boxes come with a gluten-free sticker in them. That said, the pizzas go through the same oven as gluten containing food and, as in any oizza place that is not strictly gluten-free, there is flour in the air. I used to eat there before I was diagnosed with celiac, and I can say the gluten-free crust here tastes almost identical to their regular thin crust pizza. It does only come in the medium size, though. Also, avoid the crust toppers, as some have gluten and the person taking the order is not always aware of that.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
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