This restaurant has great food, and the folks are nice, but I'd call the food "low-gluten" rather than "gluten-free." Our daughter has a fairly strong gluten sensitivity but has not had problems with cross contamination in the past. After eating a bit of gluten-free pizza and a small portion of a gluten-free bagel at Street Breads last night, she vomited for a couple of hours and then fell asleep, which is what happens when she eats gluten by mistake. Bottom line: Great place, but I'd consider it gluten-free only for those who avoid gluten as a choice rather than a necessity.
Awesome food! Be advised though that the bakery they get the GF bread from(they use a bagel that tastes just like regular bagels!) doesn't guarantee that their products are totally GF. It's just a flax and millet (if I remember correctly) bread they make in the same factory as other regular breads. So if you're super sensitive, I wouldn't risk it.
excellent food and caution with cross contamination