First timers from CT... wanted to try this because my wife needs gluten free and she wanted pizza. As a side note for celiacs my wife is extremely sensitive. This place does have a lot of GF options. First, parking here is a complete nightmare. You may have to pay to park next lot over. Or, if you’re lucky you can find a spot on the street just a short walk away. When we walked in we were greeted and seated by a hostess with virtually zero personality. Waitress was nice though and IMO was knowledgeable about GF related questions and concerns. Food came out pretty quickly. My wife’s GF pizza was not prepared as ordered, they left off one topping. She liked the toppings otherwise. GF Pizza crust itself tasted pretty gross to be brutally honest. It was very bland. I actually apologized to my wife for having to suffer through it... The good part for her is at least she had no adverse reaction, so that was good. I got a regular pizza with three toppings. My gluten filled pizza was pretty good. I liked the crust, it was both crispy and chewy. So, for regular pizza, this is a good choice. If you require gluten free pizza, I’d say go somewhere else, yuk!