We had a pretty similar experience to the reviewer who mentioned the bread in the mussels - seated at a dirty table, had to request it be wiped down, and after multiple explanations about having Celiac disease and making sure the kitchen was fully aware, acknowledgement that the server understood, we were presented with mussels that had big pieces of bread shoved around the edges of the bowl. After explaining to the server, again, that we could not eat the mussels because they were now contaminated with the bread, he proceeded to just pull the bread out of the bowls and hand them back to us. At that point, we asked for the manager, explained AGAIN about having Celiac, not being able to have gluten, and avoiding cross-contamination, the manager sent our food back to the kitchen. I was assured that the new bowls that were brought out to us were not the same ones we had previously received with the bread in them, however my daughter and I were both sick after the meal. If you have Celiac disease, I would avoid this place like the plague. Even without Celiac disease, the restaurant is dirty, loud, and the service was lousy.
Does not have a dedicated gluten free menu or gluten free choices. When I asked about gluten free options they offered a hamburger without a bun and then the waitress walked away. Staff appeared unknowable about what truly gf means