They offer GF but I question if it is cross contaminated. My daughter got ill after eating there. The pasta was hard and she ate very little of it. The waiter seem to be annoyed when we asked for GF options.
I was traveling through and stopped here because they had gluten free on their menu and not many local places offered this. The service was terrible. While the menu said ask about gluten free, the server seemed bothered that he had to come to my table when he was busy and then to answer questions about gluten free. After ordering everything at once it took more than 15 minutes to get our drinks. The food was not good. I got a side salad. They could not tell me what dressing was gluten free, so I got oil and vinegar. It came out in plastic solo cups. For dinner I got chicken parm and a baked potato. The chicken parm was not good, but I was so hungry that I ate it and regretted it later. The baked potato had butter and sour cream in mini containers on the side--not what I expect for paying $15+. I had the option of gluten free pasta, but they cook that in the same water as the other pasta!! That makes it not gluten free. I would have asked about the other options, but my server was too bothered. I guess it was a good thing I ordered when I did because the people next to me who also ordered baked potatoes got told after ordering that only two of them could have a potatoes. They then had to pick something else from the menu. At the end our server told us not to leave a tip because he knew he did bad. I have never had anyone say that to me--how strange. Don't go here--gluten free or not!!
Cafe Fratelli is an Italian restaurant that offers gluten free chicken parmesan and gluten free penne.