Be Very Careful!!!
I decided to try this restaurant, as I had a good meal there several years ago, before I was diagnosed with celiac. I requested the "gluten-free" menu, which as another reviewer correctly noted, is a "special diets" menu, not a gluten free menu per se.
I made my server aware at the outset that I had celiac, and to her credit, she was very good about trying to help me with this. However, I was going to order the vegetable ravioli, which was clearly marked as "gluten-free" on their menu, only to then be warned that none of their pastas were gluten-free. I ended up ordering the planked whitefish instead.
I was told that none of their dressings were gluten-free except for olive oil and vinegar, so I asked to have my salad made gluten-free with olive oil and vinegar. It arrived with a slice of bread on top of it. My server was apologetic, and asked if taking it off would be good enough, or if it needed to be remade.
The salad, once remade, was quite good, as was the fish, so from a food quality standpoint, I have to rate them well.
I complained to the manager afterwards about the issues. I was assured that the ravioli were indeed gluten-free as listed. I didn't get a sense of deep concern from him, however.
So, the bottom line is that the food was good, but I don't know whether what I was served was gluten-free or not. My celiac has always been asymptomatic, so I can't use getting ill to judge. If you're gluten-free by choice, it's probably OK. If you have celiac, I wouldn't recommend eating here. At the least, there is way too much confusion about what is actually gluten-free, and the kitchen doesn't seem to understand celiac.
You must go here if you are gluten free. You won't believe the rolls or pizza crust or all the healthy delicious choices! Staff was knowledgable gracious and awesome! Atmosphere charming and also great with my sons allergies (dairy egg)
The woman who took my order was very knowledgeable about gluten-free and cooking for celiac. She told me they could not account for cross-contamination on some of their items, but when I ate what she had suggested, I had no reaction. I say they're celiac friendly due to their friendliness and knowledge.