I was very disappointed because the other two reviews were very misleading. I wound up talking with the manager (not only about the GF things, but because I found something in my food that should not have been there.) There is hope though, if you follow the ground rules that were not mentioned by the other two reviewers.
Jump Kitchen is willing to have a dedicated fryer if you call about 30 min in advance and request it. They do not have one that is ready, available and "clean" all the time. So most of the wings and other fried things are out unless you make sure this is ready. If you really react strongly, you may not want to chance cross contamination. Other wise, the menu is typical for most places offering GF good. Pretty much plain fish, plain steak, etc, although they will do them up as blackened. We had Shrimp and Grits, and it was all GF and very good. Not as spicy as some, but some people see that as a plus. No desserts.
We had a new waitress who didn't really get the whole GF thing - if she did, she wouldn't have tried so hard to get us to have chocolate cake!
BUT!!! The manager was nice, the waitress was glad to learn, and we are willing to give them a try and call them first. Don't write them off. Just don't expect GF heaven.
Please, when you write reviews, tell the truth about what is going on. I was so psyched for fried pickles.
Great experience here! We were staying overnight in Government Camp, and found it on our way home. Both my 8 yr old son and I are GF, and I often feel bad that he misses out on some kid favorites that his sister gets to eat. We rarely eat out anyway, but he was so thrilled to be able to order fish and chips. And I was thrilled to let him and not have to say "I'm sorry buddy, that has gluten". Their fryer is dedicated GF, and even their chicken strips are safe. Plus, after chatting with the cook, he even makes his soups with cider instead of beer like the split pea and "beer" cheese. They don't advertise this outright, so don't be afraid to ask! We will be back! Plus, he mentioned there is always a cider or two on tap :).
While visiting Cincinnati we ate here. They offer at least two GF soups and have several delicious salads. Everything was VERY fresh and good, restaurant was clean, and staff was friendly. I ordered the tomato cabbage soup and cobb salad.
Wow-- the wait staff was well informed about gluten free. I had a bowl of cream of mushroom soup and the gluten free fish and chips and an order of the gluten free onion rings-- it was awesome-- did not get sick on any of it (that made my day) the portions were very large and came served piping hot. Not greasy. Tell every celiac out there that this is'the place'