Bakery makes GF bisquits for sandwiches but they were already out by 12:30. Waitress recommended GF pancakes so ordered those. After they arrived I asked the waitress to confirm that they were prepared on a clean grill with clean utensils. NO they are not! My hubby enjoyed the pancakes with his meal (said they are good) and I ate a side salad. Disappointed.
I was given a sandwich with a gluten bun even after I specified when ordering a gluten free bun that I had an allergy. I asked twice after getting the burger if the bun was gluten free and was told it was. After realizing half way through my meal that it wasn't what I ordered, our server Eric only had an attitude and wasn't apologetic. Don't be so negligent and you'll have returning customers. I will not be back.
This is by far and away my favorite casual dining restaurant. The almond energy pancakes are to die for. I used to eat the kale casserole weekly until they took it off the menu. Most of the food here is delicious, and I never get sick.
If you have celiac this place is a major no no. There is flour EVERYWHERE and even the manager told me he would be surprised if there wasn't cross contamination. I've rolled the dice twice on the gluten free pizza and got incredibly sick both times.
While the food here is good (according to my non-Celiac friends) it is in no way safe for Celiacs. I've been here 3 times and every time I struggled to figure out what I can eat, which is nothing. The waitress said she knew the tacos were gluten free because "she can eat them and she is gluten free too" yet after asking a bunch of questions it turns out the jackfruit is fried in the same oil as items containing gluten. I ended up just eating the guacamole with a spoon. That's pretty much your only Celiac-safe option here.