Went the other day, they were friendly and openly shared that their kitchen likely wasn’t safe for someone with celiac.
Has a GF crust option but uses shared prep utensils and same oven as regular pizza.
We ordered pizza for dinner. $18 for a gf crust!!! We expected something very good for the price. We finally got the pizza and there was no sauce on it! They remade it Th is time with no toppings, not even cheese! Then they burnt it the third time. We ended up with three free nasty gf pizzas and they were so bad we threw them out.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Staff was very friendly and let me know not a gluten free kitchen. I was disappointed with the $25 Udis pizza crust that I got. They offer vegan but no vegan cheese so I had to order it with no cheese. Crust was a little overdone but again it’s an udi’s crust so it made it edible. I probably wouldn’t go here again based on the price. If you do t mind paying the cost then is a good option. I had no reactions.
costs 2.50 more for the Gluten free crust on a pizza and you must order a medium. the medium is already about $16.00. pretty good pizza though:) although I do not have a severe contamination allergy, so I do not know whether this restaurant would be a problem for people who do.