Limited GF options. Been a couple of times in a pinch but wouldn't go out of my way to find here.
I had one of the steaks (new york steak i think) and the cheddar mashed potatoes. It was sooo good. I've been back to have it again too. I just take care to say "i'm really allergic to gluten, can you please tell the chef." Mmm...
I think it's great BJ's has a gf menu. Last night, we drove South of SF to watch to the sunset and get some gf takeout from BJ's. I ordered the BBQ Chicken Salad. BJ's was packed. By the time our order was ready I forgot to open it and check everything. When I got home and opened the salad, it was covered in battered fried onions! After removing them, which really wasn't too difficult or damaging to the salad, I was super excited to dive into my gf yumminess! Never happened. The salad tasted so bland, I could bought one from a bad at Traders. While I very much appreciate BJ'S menu efforts, I believe I paid $16 for less than half a grilled chicken breast and a watery combo of lettuce, jicama, corn and mushy tomatoes. Definitely try some other gf menu items and let us know how they taste! :)
First, they ran out of gluten-free menues, so I had to use my phone. Second, I wanted a gluten free pizza with no tomato sauce, since I'm allergic to tomatoes. The waiter was completely unfamiliar with the gf and regular menu and he came back telling me they only have I gf spread and I asked if it had tomatoes and he said yes when I had previously told him I was highly allergic to tomatoes. The pesto sauce is apparently not gf, but I am going to chance is since I am only gluten intolerant and highly allergic to tomatoes. Excited to have the cookie pizza for dessert and the berry cider (alcoholic) was declicious!
Did not get sick! The kitchen mgr explained to me how they cleaned, prepped and sanitized they gf area. That they take it very seriously. I ordered the gf Santa Fe salad with chicken and shrimp. I had vinegar and olive oil as my dressing. My waiter even talked of avoiding cross contamination! I have celiac and am very sensitive.
I go here often, always get the GF pizza and berry burst cider. I've never gotten sick from gluten here. (Note: I had been getting bacon on the pizza, but recently a waitress informed me the bacon is not safe for celiacs. So now I get the Italian sausage.) Fun place!
Got the gluten free pizza. I am very sensitive and did not get sick. The waitress told us they have dedicated equipment to make the pizzas. Very friendly and knowledgable staff.
Burt the manager was very helpful. My food was good and I even got the gf cookie. They told me all gf items are prepared with dedicated equipment so it seems like it's pretty safe. I can see how if wait staff is not careful one could get glutened so I think one must not be afraid to ask questions. I wish their menu was a little broader but I will try BJs again!
They have a separate chart that lists the gluten free options in addition to several other food allergens. My daughter got a GF buffalo chicken pizza. It tasted like a typical thin crust hand tossed pie. My daughter loved it. They have 2 soups available daily. We heard the choc chip dessert was yummy, but we were too full to try it. We all enjoyed our meals. I got a salad- it was huge! Glad we tried it.
Great GF pizza (made with venice bakery crusts), and the GF pizookie is to die for. The staff here can get rushed and such so I recommend not coming at a busy time to up your chances of getting treated properly as GF. I haven't tried the other entrees because the pizza is so good. Once you get a lot of toppings on there it can get pricey, but is worth it.
They provided the same menu as othe BJ's around the country. I ordered the scallops, it said it was completely gluten free. The food came out and the brown rice clearly had orzo or some sort of pasta pieces, when I asked the waiter, they looked at the menu and it stated it was gluten free... To my knowledge orzo isn't gluten free. I believe they mixed up the rice pilaf from the salmon and the brown rice from the scallops. I'm very disappointed.
Absolutely fantastic dining experience! Delicious peach margarita, an awesome gluten free pizza, and a sweet glass of berry cider! Great environment; quiet but energetic. Knowledgeable and friendly wait staff. I will definitely be returning here the next time I'm in Louisville!
I ordered the gluten-free pizza to-go. The pizza is thin crust and comes with sauce and cheese. Each additional topping is $1.00 extra or $2.00 extra for grilled chicken. I only added grilled chicken and green peppers, because I thought the toppings were overpriced. Overall, I enjoyed the pizza. I always eat very healthy, so this pizza was good to me.
Upsides: huge menu with lots of variety for your non celiac friends. The gluten free menu is varied enough, but only a small fraction of the main menu.Another upside: the gluten free menu also references other food allergies.Downsides: wait and hostess staff is a bit slow and brusque (typical for Colorado) and the items are a bit expensive.Recommended.
Usually good. However won't eat pizza anymore due to cross contamination. Haven't had problems with other dishes though.
Great gluten free pizza!! Any toppings are available gluten free except the meatballs! The server was knowledgable and was familiar with gluten free. You must get the pizookie for dessert!!! Warm gluten free cookie in a skillet kind of thing topped with vanilla ice cream. It's amazing to have a gluten free dessert somewhere let alone a gluten free cookie!!
they even have a GF pizookie
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