We’re always so grateful to be at a place that speaks celiac lingo - especially an Italian place. I can’t honestly say if it was ultimately safe because my son is asymptomatic. But it felt safe. That being said, I felt they could’ve gone a better job with the pasta. My son ordered oglio Alio (sans breadcrumbs) and it came out with one huge wad of garlic stuck on top - no red pepper flakes or pepper or parm or parsley so the presentation was terrible. Luckily he ordered a side of mozzarella to put on it. So like i said - it tasted and felt safe - which is the most important thing - but when you pay extra for GF it’d be nice if it didn’t look like a bowl of plain penne. It was obvious to a 9-year old. Thanks!
Bottom line: great pizza, cool beer selection, intimate vs tight and loud. Gluten line: gluten free pie was delicious. Long line: came here with a friend and waited quite a while for a table. For a place like JC in my mind that means it's good and popular. Overall the space is small with not many seats and they're set close together with may make claustrophobics uncomfortable. I was happy to see so many different beers, including 4 on tap and many bottles from Italy! Didn't know about the craft beer scene out there. Both the regular and gluten free pies were very delicious. Overall nothing mind blowing but I felt the prices were fair and I'd go again if in the area, but not particularly run back.
Great Italian food! My husband and I go there almost every week. I’m gf and have never had an issue. Almost all of their LONG list of pastas can be made with a gf penne pasta. When ordering they will always ask if it is a preference or an allergy and employ extra caution when an allergy is stated. For appetizers, the salads and meat and cheeses can be gf just ask for no bread. The veggie side dishes are also all delicious but you truly MUST GO for the pasta!