This is one place we consistently order delivery from. I’m crazy sensitive and have never gotten sick from eating here.
Papa Gino's claims to be GF friendly, and some of the staff is... but if you have Celiac and want to avoid any contamination you should avoid this location. We have seen some poor practices - not changing gloves between regular crust and GF crust; taking from same topping containers used for regular pizza without cleaning hands; using same countertop for laying out pizzas - that would not let me be comfortable serving to someone with Celiac. I think some staff try and the company claims the right facilities, but obviously training is inconsistent and unreliable. Unfortunately I will be avoiding in the future.
They use Udi's crust and make an amazing pizza. The staff are very knowledgable and there is quick service. They are also very good with cross contamination. Definitely recommend for celiacs or gluten allergies.
The staff and management are very dedicated to a gluten free pizza and separate baking facility. They present your pizza (10 inch), with a unique piece of parchment paper to prove that there is no cross contaminants. They recently started to make their pizza with UDI’s dough, so don’t be alarmed if it looks like regular pizza. I enjoyed eating a hearty crust for once in a long time.
They have gluten free dough, however there is a warning below it stating cross contamination is a possibility. The staff assured me they use separate gloves, pans, and utensils.