They have a gluten-free pizza dough which they cook on a separate dedicated pan to protect from contamination. Servers change gloves for gluten-free customers, and they even have separate sauce bottles for gluten-free customers. Seems like this chain has a pretty robust gluten-free policy which I guess you kind of need in a pizza place, although I'm not entirely convinced about protection from cross-contamination among the buffet of toppings. They always seem confused when I ask which salad dressings are gluten free. Feels like a place where the management have instigated strict gluten-free policy - which is great, really awesome actually - but the lower level workers don't fully understand the nuance of celiac disease, so be sure to check everything and watch as they prepare your food.