We tried two different g/f pizzas: mushroom and the one with goat cheese and sausage. A friend who was also there ordered the regular chicken alfredo pizza. Seeing that probably set me up for a bit of disappointment. To me, the crust was underbaked, and a little waxy tasting, except for the crispy edges, which were good. Going there during Happy Hour is the only thing to do, otherwise it would be too expensive for the amount of satisfaction achieved. The argula and prosciutto salad was almost worth the trip by itself. Amazing. I would love to return and try their g/f pasta dishes. One other thing: be prepared that the bar side was completely full and you have to have reservations to sit on the other side.
Scusi offers many gluten free entrees, but probably the best buy is the gluten-free pizza (with any topping) offered half-price during daily happy hour from 4 to 6 p.m. and after 9 p.m. The pizza dough is outstanding and the variety of toppings is great.