It was great
This restaurant does have a GF menu, and I have eaten here several times with no problems. I found out today that even though their French fries are listed in the GF menu, they are NOT prepared in a designated fryer. I was told they are fried in a separate basket but in the same oil as other items. I told them they CANNOT list them on their GF menu. We'll see if their menu changes. BEWARE!!
We were excited to see that they had a gluten free menu that included French fries, but it turns out that the fries are not fried in a dedicated fryer, but in the fryer that "has the least amount of gluten in it." Boneless wings are an option on the GF menu, but came out heavily breaded. When I asked the waitress (not the problem) if they had a non-breaded option, she brought the manager over. He claimed that the boneless wings "come that way" (breaded), but that they are gluten free because they never come in contact with flour in the restaurant. Ugh. Is it possible that the breading was a gluten free breading? Sure, it's possible. But I certainly wouldn't have allowed our gluten intolerant daughter to come near them. Disappointing experience.
we just left and it was just okay. they did have a menu that stated a dedicated fryer but then the waitress didnt know cidar wasnt beer so i dont know how much as a celiac i can trust them to make sure im safe. also i feel sort of sick. i got fries and a blue cheese salad and grilled chicken tenders with honey mustard and bbq. all i have to say is .... at your own risk and NOT if you're celiac.