Please don't go here. I went last night and tried to first order the carnitas street tacos (from the gluten sensitive menu). A manager came over a few minutes after I ordered and said if I had celiac disease (which I do), I cannot eat them because the premixed onions are cooked in a shared fryer and can't be taken out. She said the only street taco I could eat was the blackened swordfish one, so I agreed to that and she assured me it was celiac safe and 100% gluten free. The food came and appeared to be GF. It did not taste terrific but I ate some of it. Within twenty minutes of eating I experienced severe gluten symptoms and was up ALL NIGHT severely ill. This was not a cross contamination issue -- this is the sickest I've ever been from gluten, so I think something in the food directly contained gluten. Please don't go here. I do not think the staff is properly trained and I do not think the restaurant understands the severity of celiac -- which is fine, but don't pretend that you can serve celiacs. Just tell me you don't feel comfortable serving me because it is not safe.
Was visiting Phoenix and loved this place!! Lots of gf variety! I had the chicken nachos, rib tacos, and chocolate cake for dessert. Amazing. The waitress right away mentioned Titos vodka when I first was seated after mentioning I was gf. You know you're safe when they know about corn vodkas.
Attended a function where the company had a buffet laid out.
With my gluten and dairy allergies they felt it best to make a plate just for me. She asked if I wanted chicken or shrimp and vegetables with a salad.
I'm not sure why people believe gluten and dairy free is so hard to accommodate, but I received grilled chicken and steamed veggies that didn't even have salt or pepper. That was the most boring meal I've had in nearly two years. Made it worse to see everyone else eating some really yummy stuff from the buffet that could have very easily been free of my allergens, but no mention of it.
The only thing on the menu that is gluten free in waffles and pancakes. The waitress couldn't even tell me if the omelet was gluten free or if the hash browns are. She said there was no way to know. The staff isn't knowledgeable at all.