I had the lunch portion of the salmon. All naturally gf options. I appreciated the gf roll. I was looking forward to the gf brownie, but they were out- very sad as dessert is rare for me since I also avoid dairy. A bit pricey, but good; great staff and yummy wine.
Awesome! Staff is great.
5 star + Tons of naturally gluten free options, very knowledgeable staff and the manager always checks to be sure your meal was perfect. And very reasonably priced for what you get.
Food was good. Brownie was very good.
My favorite place! They even have a great gluten free menu
Large gluten free menu, including several desserts to choose from. Food was good, my daughter loved her burger, I enjoyed my portables burger, although the roll was a little crumbly and it was a touch dry. They do have the best iced tea I've ever had- blueberry pomegranate. It was light, not too sweet, but flavorful. I'd come back just for the tea!
Food just ok. But gf menu extensive. Will go again to try different items.
Great selection of GF dishes (salads, burgers, entrees). It was wonderful to be served bread, an appetizer, main course and dessert that was delicious and safe.
Cooper's Hawk opened at Easton Town Center in Columbus on Monday this week. Imagine my excitement when I saw they offered a gluten-free menu and my first thought was "I have to try it immediately." So by Wednesday, I was eating there for the first time. Check out the size of this gluten-free menu.... They even have 5 gluten-free desert options! I told our waitress about my gluten allergy and she made sure the kitchen knew I was there. They brought out the pretzel bread for my dinner date and a gluten-free bun for me to try. We started with an appetizer of shrimp wrapped in bacon - delicious. The shrimp were large and I easily got 2-3 bites out of them. Dinner was the pepper jack, bacon cheeseburger - the bun was a little much for me since I already had one when we first got there so I ended up eating the burger naked. There were several sides I could select from and I ended up with Mary's mashed potatoes. I got a gluten-free brownie to take home and shared it with my husband. It was simply delicious. Light, fluffy and moist! The manager even came out after my meal to make sure everything was ok and I enjoyed my meal. He explained the gluten-free process and that they are very sensitive to cross contamination and pride themselves on making safe gluten-free experiences for their guests. After this tasty meal, I decided to bring my family last night to try something new on the menu. They've already been to all the places around us to eat so it was a great change for them to try something new. Last night's meal blew the lid off of any other gluten-free meal I've had at other places. Wildfire Chicago is a close second to this dish. I decided to try something totally new and went with the short rib risotto and it was best decision I've ever made. The meat was tender, moist and fell apart with my fork into the risotto. The sauce was incredible and the truffle oil on top with parmesan shavings tied everything together perfectly. We ended the meal with some chocolate covered strawberries. They were ok, not the best but then again it's hard to compete with Godiva strawberries. I just didn't think they were ripe enough before being covered in the chocolate. I do have one comment about the restaurant - we had reservations at 7:30pm. While we didn't wait longer than 5 minutes for our table, imagine our confusion when they were quoting people a 2-3 hour wait for a table and then there were at least 10-15 empty tables in the dining room when we were seated. Maybe it was lack of staff, but it was strange in my book.
Food was excellent, service experience was poor to downright rude (example: when being seated we asked for a larger table to accommodate our party, which we had made reservations for months in advance. Instead of saying "sure, but you may need to wait a few more minutes for a table" the retort was snarky, "well there was no mention of a table request when you made your reservation, this is where we seat you". We had never dined there before, how do we know you take a 4-top and add extra chairs and squish everyone in? We then had to argue the point and finally were moved to another table). I would return for takeout only. They do have an extensive GF menu, and it tastes great. If you or someone in your party is vegetarian, you're almost out of luck. (Most items are made with chicken stock or other meat-related ingredient so you can't just omit the meat item in the dish). In the future our group will return to Season's 52 for our annually work holiday dinner, which also has great food and MUCH better service.
My favorite for GF options. I love the Parmesan crusted chicken and the mashed potatoes are so good. For an appetizer the lettuce wraps with cashew sauce were excellent. It's the one restaurant I can go to and order off a real GF dedicated menu, order a delicious meal, and not feel different being GF. I've eaten there many times and have had no problems.
Great service, plenty of options and wonderful food. Their cheese burgers are excellent - my kids love them. We come eat here once a month!
Several people recommended this place to me. Ate here one time and got sick for two days. They have a gluten free menu that is extensive- no idea how I got so sick. Wine is very so-so in my opinion. I ordered a Chardonnay which is typically a dry wine and I found it very fruity and almost sweet. My friend, who is also gluten intolerant ate there with me and felt "bad" after eating. Not sure if this was a one-off day or what.
While in the past we have had a great experience here, this weekend we had a HORRIBLE experience. My gluten free salad came with bread on it. In addition, a family member's (who is anaphylactic to tomatoes and we told the waitress this many times) sandwich came with a tomato on it and we only found out after he took a bite!!! The manager was most apologetic and we received a free meal, but it was a very scary experience.
My friend took me here for a birthday dinner. First off, I love a place that prominently features its Gf menu on its website. And their menu looked amazing. The place is pretty and if you are a wine enthusiast you will love it! As I was driving I didn't partake of any of that but my friend got a glass of their passion fruit wine and it smelled heavenly.Several appetizers. I didn't get to try any this trip but they sound good and I will be returning at some point. My food was good. Not "write-home crazy fantastic" but a good meal. And I didn't get sick at all. They even offer GF desserts
Went twice second time they got me very sick even carefully following their menu and recommendations. Buyer beware Agree with cross contamination comments on blog
Cooper's Hawk is one of the best restaurants I've been to wrt taking GF food prep very seriously. They have a great GF menu, it's creative, not an afterthought. I have eaten here many times and never gotten sick. I think I need to eat there tonight!
I was pleasantly surprised by the vast gluten free options including gluten free rolls they can use for their sandwiches/burgers. I ended up having a salad to avoid any possible egg in the gluten free bread & it was delicious & large! Will be back.
Amazing!!!! I went here for a family dinner recently and was really happy with the gluten free menu. SO many options! I had sea scallops and asparagus and jasmine rice and it was delicious!! Then I had the gluten free brownie and ice cream for desert which was incredible. Overall, super happy with my experience here.
The food was absolutely amazing. They had an extensive gluten free menu including home made bread that can be brought before meal like the regular bread one would get at a restaurant. Burgers, chicken Parmesan, I could go on and on. I loved it and had zero problems
Excellent restaurant and winery! We've enjoyed this restaurant and their expansive GF menu in other cities. This location in Cincinnati was a delight as well. They take great caution for those with Celiac. Food is delicious! Two dessert GF dessert options.
While Cooper's Hawk has an expansive and impressive gluten-free menu, my experience was ruined by dreadfully slow service and an inability to work with my dual dairy/gluten intolerance. They lost my confidence that my meal would be safe so I left without ordering.
Celiac-friendly! Our 2 celiac diners had no adverse reactions to the food, and considering how careful they are "behind the scenes," this doesn't surprise me. There is an extensive GF-specific menu with GF rolls offered before the meal. We'll definitely be back.
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