I will start off my saying that the food was good but the 2 hour wait and watching 2 other tables who came in more than 30 minutes after us get their food before us was beyond annoying. it was a slow Sunday night and we were only a two top. We would go back but only if we have no where to be and only for lunch when they seem to have it together.
No dedicated gf menu, but a lot of the menu can be made gluten free. All of the pastas, except the ravioli, can be made gluten free. I had the gf spaghetti red gravy, the pasta was very thick with great flavor. Super yummy! I also had breakfast there, and ordered the Tice Farm, which is an omelete filled with mozzarella, spiced apples, and bacon. Honestly the BEST omelet I have ever had. It's a very cute restaurant with a lot of charm.
i was there for a reunion and they servers were very knowledgable of what I could have on the buffet that was prepared. Since I couldn't eat either of the entrees that were prepared, they prepared mine separately. The food was excellent and they were very careful. We won't hesitate to go back when we're in the area.
AWESOME food! Tons of gluten free options, good prices, and great food. The tortilla chips do not have a dedicated fryer, however, so there is cross contamination and they should be avoided by very sensitive celiacs. I had the taco trifecta, with a shrimp taco, flaked fish taco, and island beef taco. All three were delicious and it came with a side of mango coconut rice which was great. They also have the "painkiller" drink here, which earned them bonus points with me since it's my favorite drink! Fun atmosphere, too.