Not safe place for a celiac. My daughter got sick of the «glutenfree» food they served.
We went there based on information in this app and they didn’t have any gf pasta or pizza dough - unless you were ok with a salad - absolute waste of time....
At first glance this seems like heaven, but this is a dangerous place for celiacs! We were reassured because they had gluten free options and the menu is clearly marked, AND they have gluten free dough and pasta and beer, but the pasta is boiled in the same water as the wheat pasta! So stressful because I just happened to glance as we walked away and saw them put them in the same hot water. It was at least salvaged because my husband was able to go to the pizza counter and ate a whole gluten free pizza without getting sick! Agh! So if you dare to go there, get the pizza but definitely not pasta.
It may be part of a chain, but it's no less awesome for that. GF pastas (manufactured and pre-cooked separately) with cooked-to-order sauces and GF pizza options. Fresh, local ingredients assembled with care (and safety for us GF folks.) What's not to like?
I love pizza. Nowhere it is as simple to get your favorite pizza gluten free. Never had problems after eating here. For my opinion they are very careful with providing contamination with ordinary pizza. But I am no fan of the pasta. My pasta at home is much more delicious :)
I was warned by the hostess that the restaurant is not safe for celiacs, as cross contamination is likely. I am only gluten-intolerant, so we stayed and I ordered a gf pizza. It was not good. My family had the regular pizza diavolo and the ham and pineapple, and the lasagna. No one was thrilled with their food. Service was good, though.