GF bun is good and burger yummy. No fries - boohoo!
They have a few gf items on the menu however when ordering the gf salad it came out with croutons on it. My mom ordered a burger without the bun and got sick. She thinks the meat was mixed with breadcrumbs.
Great staff, waitress knew from my gf beer what questions I would have and answered them. Gf bun didn't fall apart and burger was great. No gf french fries but that is to be expected most places
Delicious burger on GF bun! The bun was from UDI's I believe but it was still good! GF beer and cider options as well!
Awesome Backyard Burgers, but they have fancy ones too. Impeccable customer service from hostess, Dorothy to server, Hilary to Manger Cory, who took care of one of our burgers for a very minor glitche! They would be our new favorite place if we lived here, but anytime we are in Savannah, we'll be back!!! They care about your GF NEEDS!
My husband and I shared the chicken ossabaw salad and the original B & D salad and had no problems! Stoked to get to have GF food and watch the World Cup!
They were out of Gluten free buns. The waitress had no idea (and became irritated) when questioned about the salad dressings. The fries are not gluten free but to get salad instead of fries was an extra 4$. This was just a small side salad, and I need up putting oil and vinegar on it. I would not recommend for Celiac.
food is not worth stopping to eat.
Really great burgers! just wished the fries were gluten free
Some of the best burgers in Savannah now with GF buns
Avoid this place and head down the road to Five Guys. Staff clearly has no gluten knowledge. We let them know our son had celiac and they still brought his Salad (listed as gluten free on menu) with croutons. They remade my son's salad and still charged us despite their error. Five Guys down the road gets it right and has dedicated fryer. Putting GF on the menu and having a GF bun can be dangerous.
When I called there was zero info beyond the gluten free bun, vegetables and fruit. Food was delicious too To the Manager, I highly recommend the initial training for all employees include an information session on allergies, intolerances and Celiac Disease to better serve all customers.