I actually have eaten there quite a bit, I recently brought my friend there (Pazzzo Pazzo) who is celiac. They have gluten free fettuccini, and all the sauces are gluten free. The dressings for the salads are also gluten free. Most of the entrees are gluten free already and we were told that even the chicken parmigiana could be done pan fried without the breading. My friend ended up ordering a mista salad to start and the tenderloin, which came with a side of the gluten free fettuccini. He had the gigi sauce which is a tomato cream. I've always enjoyed the food there, and I was happy I was able to bring my friend out for Italian which can be a pretty restrictive cuisine for anyone with gluten allergies. Hope that was helpful,
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