I’ll preface this by saying I’m not celiac, so I don’t worry about cross-contamination as much as some other people do. I’m so thankful they have GF options for pizza and pasta, as well as delicious salads! It’s always been one of my favorite places to eat, and glad I can still go there now that I’ve had to change my diet!
Gluten free pizzas are prepared on disposable foil pans and gloves are changed between contact. Pizzas are all cooked in the same ovens however.
The pizza crust was very thin and a little tough, but overall the pizza was pretty good.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Gluten free pizza is good, thin crust and crunchy if you like that type of pizza. Very good option for gf pizza and nice they have it! I got delivery so not sure if they make sure to not cross contaminate, but I ate and felt fine afterwards.
I've tried the GF pizza there a few times. First few times it was fine but the last 2 times it made me feel really sick - as much it makes me question truly how GF they are. I wonder if other people have experienced this, because there has to be gluten there somewhere.
Better pizza than you'd expect from a chain. They make the gf pizza to order like most places, so it takes a little longer, but nothing unreasonable. Consistent throughout their locations.
No dedicated pizza slicer to prevent cross-contamination. No separate oven yet the serving tray admits its frozen quality. No other GF options. Toppings availability is plentiful, open till 11pm & online ordering. Not for the sensitive, not trip worthy.