NONONO. their “gluten free” pizzas are cross-contaminated with non-gf pizzas. papa john’s even said that these “gf” pizzas aren’t meant for celiac or gluten sensitivity (huh? then why bother, if we can’t eat it?) stay far, far away
while they do not have a fully dedicated space the staff are very aware of celiac and have procedures in place for those in need of gluten free. They do the best they can and my 17yr old daughter has not been disappointed yet.
I don't know if they are any good for celiacs, I didn't dare try it. My mom brought it home for my husband and I (I'm celiac) and the hubby said it's good. My mom said the guy told her that he washed his hands and everything and they keep it separated, but I don't know if that means he used a dedicated counter, etc. If anyone knows anything about them, I would definitely love to know! I put the rating on 3 stars cuz I don't know...
Select gluten free crust for an upcharge, but as always, cannot guarantee no cross contamination. Their crust is not my favorite, but works for ordering delivery. Only issue is you can only get a very small pizza so is not very cost efficient.
I'll reevaluate after we get our food but this location has gluten free crust that's kept in its own area, and put on a clean pan. When I asked about cross contamination he said he didn't think it would happen because of this so hopefully the toppings and handling is safe as well.
The girl at the register was very well informed when I asked how the pizza was cooked. She assured me that it was cooked separately. I did not think it was all that great. My daughter with Celiac liked the pizza and she did not get sick. I would say it is Celiac friendly, although we are not sure how sensitive she is to cross contamination.