We were given a GF allergen menu. We ordered the GF Fettuccini Alfredo for our son. The waiter came back and told us they no longer had the GF pasta. They should remove the GF options from the allergen menu if they are no longer carrying it. This was the only reason we came since we had a gift card for MG and 3 other restaurants owned by the group.
They have gluten free crust and they claim all their sauces and dressings are gluten free (even the blue cheese?). Since all of their sauces are in containers that they spread on the crust with a spoon, I had to ask if they were willing to open a fresh container of sauce for me. The crust was very good, but I'm not willing to go here again as the risk of cross contamination for a celiac is just too high.
When I came into this place for the first time, we asked the hostess if there was a GF menu. She said 'no' and didn't say another word to us. There is a GF menu on the back of their regular menu. I'm still cautious eating here because under their GF drinks they have Mile's Hard Lemonade and I didn't think it was gluten free. I think they are making a nice attempt to serving the GF population but they are misinformed.
I did have a delicious salad.
I was very skeptical going into this restaurant but they had a great allergen menu, which was only available online. I had a burger with a GF bun. Very tasty. Still wish hey had GF fries or onion rings, but I'll take what I can get. I will definitely come here again.
I was not completely comfortable here as a newly diagnosed celiac. First, the manager could not find the gluten free menu. When asking the waitress about the seasoning in the tableside guacamole (which was DELICIOUS) she assured me it had no dairy. Well, that's lovely, but I don't have an issue with dairy. There were only 2 entrees marked gluten free on their regular menu, both shrimp dishes. So I ordered the chili relleno with shrimp. The cheese they use on it has flour in it, which I didn't realize, so I picked at a sad, dry stuffed pepper with no cheese. The servers were sweet, but I got the vibe that they are not completely prepared for a customer like me. Every time something was brought out from the kitchen, I got a little nervous. I also didn't advocate for myself enough and did not ask if they have seperate prep spaces, etc. for the GF food. Which was my mistake.