The good: the plum tomato sauce and mozzarella on my gluten free pizza were delish. The bad: it was REALLY skimpy on my margarita personal pie and my husband who is not gluten free had plenty on his. The pizza dough was the worst I've had. Really dry combination of a graham cracker and cardboard. I had to eat the (skimpy) toppings off the top of the pie and leave the rest because I was so hungry. I really wanted to like it and I'm sure their pasta dishes are much better. It seems like a really great place otherwise. They need to go back to the drawing board on the gf pizza dough and sample it themselves.
Had the swordfish which was labeled as gluten free on the menu and asked the waitress about the potatoes that come with me she informed me that the entire meal was gluten free. It was delicious but I got sick afterwards if you have celiacs proceed with caution.
I've had the gluten free pizza here two times. The first time it was pretty good. they use Udi's pizza crust, so basically a big cracker with pizza toppings. The second time I ordered the same pizza, but when I went to pick it up, I noticed how dirty the place looked, YUk! Also there was flour dust everywhere, which didn't inspire confidence that I wasn't going to get a gluten-contaminated pizza.