If all it takes to be a gluten free restaurant is offer a GF bun then I guess this qualifies. made my burger on a regular bun when asked they said they would remake it fresh so cross contamination would not be an issue, well they lied. I won't be back got glutened there. run away from this place
French fries are not gluten free because the flour falls off the onion ring station and onto the FF fryer. No good for a celiac. GF Bun was good once they thawed it out, 2x. Management did say he would address the cross contamination. My gluten bun was great, HB patty all dried out. Not a good visit. Solid beer choices.
the burger had to be plain. the waitress was not very knowledgeable. the burger was small and not very good. won't be going back soon
Love that they serve 100% Grass-fed beef . Burger was delicious, with GF bun option. My sandwich totally fell apart but I didn't care because it was so delicious. Very cool downtown shop/building/decor. Also offer TONS of different sodas, beer, and mixed drinks/tea/lemonade.
Really enjoy their food. The bun is a little dry, but the burgers are awesome!
Recently visited St Louis and had a wonderful dinner at Bailey's Range. The drink choices are endless. The burger combinations are delicious! I had a beef burger with tomato jam, pesto, goat cheese, and bacon. My only complaint was the gluten free bun was a bit dry. That was my daughter's only complaint too. She had the basic burger. My hubby had the brisket and my son had a bison burger. All agreed was quite delicious. Oh and the fries are safe to eat too! yummy!!
Appreciate the effort of having gf options. Bun was dry and crumbly. Burger was good and loved the variety on the menu. Not my favorite place, but would go again if someone wanted to go.
Great GF Berger and knowledgeable staff. I would not do the fries but the chips are GF.
Tried the gf basic burger, bread was fine burger was very basic they make their own ketchup etc has a different taste so be prepared. Also downtown so pay for parking. Ice cream was good/different. But I think when I'm on town again I would bypass this place not on my must do list