1503 North Philadelphia Avenue, Ocean City, MD 21842
A quaint place in a strip mall that you should really check out. Friendly, insightful staff that were able to help us with the food allergies that we have in the family. Great options for those like my wife and son that are gluten free. Priced a bit higher than I expected for the amount of food I received but to see my boy happy made it worth it.
Dining out when you have food allergies in the family can be hard. The folks at Happy Jack's made this much easier. So much so that we made multiple trips while we were there. Absolutely delicious meals especially the GF pancakes.
A DC classic. The waiter knew mostly what could be GF but verified with the chef. The manager delivered the food for the allergy. Said they had GF pasta but had the salmon. Make a reservation, it's popular. Awesome old time atmosphere at the bar and main dining.
No dedicated GF menu but they certainly worked with us. We didn't realize we'd have to walk as much as we did but the meal we had certainly made it worthwhile. The chicken sandwich with the crab dip was amazing. The Orange Crush was delicious drink. My wife and son who deal with gluten allergy enjoyed their dishes.
GF roll that my "Rachel" came on was fantastic. However, they charge you an extra $1.25 for the gf roll, not $.50, like the menu online says. Also, we sat on the deck and the waitress was way more interested in talking to her friends, so service was lackluster and slow.
Terrible experience. Ordered food to go and when I got there the hostess was rude and took forever to get change and while she was getting change two people walked in and out because there was no hostess and another couple came in and found their own table. Food sucked so bad I was surprised from all the good reviews. Got laws wings and they were soggy and cold. Boyfriend got the tap house burger and the fries were cold and the burger was luke warm and somehow burnt at the same time. Can't believe the experience I had from all these good reviews but I'm just so disappointed.
So the food was good. Got a bltt. Nothing exceptional. Arrived at 5:45 on a Friday night. Not a soul there. There is a sign posted stating they're not a fast good restaurant. I ordered my sandwich. A few min after I ordered the guy goes to the stairs and shouts that there is a sandwich to be made. About 8 min later a gal comes down and goes into the kitchen to start making it. All I all from the time I paid for my food to my sandwich in hand was just over 30 min. I feel like the gal couldn't be bothered to get off Facebook or had to finish her Netflix show before they could serve me. The sandwich was not worth 12$ and 35 min of my time.
And they are really not a bakery. A cafe really. As far as bakery foods, they had a couple variety of brownies....
Phenomenal! We came up from Colorado and felt like steak. Asked for the gluten free menu, and the offerings looked very much like the regular menu. And the food! I had Cajun ribeye and my GF wife had the Salmon board. Both were on the GF menu and exceedingly well prepared. The chocolate GF cake was the best. Looking forward to going back! BTW, the waitress, Ariel, was totally knowledgeable about the kitchen and how things are prepared.