Pizza is excellent!!! But it's NOT SAFE for true celiac folks. GF pizzas are prepared on the same floured surface as regular pizzas. If you are GF for vanity, you'll be fine. But if it's truly medically necessary, you WILL have a reaction.
Yes, it's prepared in same kitchen as gluten pizzas. However this should not be a shock as most restaurants do not have 100% dedicated restaurant facilities. I am pretty sensitive to cross contamination and trace amounts of gluten and did not have a problem at all. The crust was the among the best I've had, and was chewy, thick, and even had air pockets. How many GF crusts do that? Plus, they have several vegan topping combos. See my blog for more: http://www.eatingoutwithout.com/2015/03/verde-pizza-review.html
Verde has good gluten free crust and they do take some precautions to ensure its gluten free. They wash their hands beforehand, prepare it in a separate gf area, and keep it on a separate tray as they add toppings (the kitchen is open so you can watch them make it). However, it appeared they just set the pizza in the oven in the same place as gluten pizzas. I've eaten here three times and got sick once. They have a good mozzarella ball appetizer you can enjoy gluten free. It's a cute restaurant and I'd recommend at least stopping by the bar for a glass of wine.
Excellent handmade, wood fired pizza. House made GF crust that is delicious and well done. Food is prepared at separate station but cross contamination is warned on the menu due to single oven and single ingredients station. Day later addition: Food is heavily contaminated with Gluten. Although the crust is GF the preparation is completely contaminated. Not recommended if you have an allergy to Gluten.