This restaurant has made some changes and has no gluten-free options except for salads. Pretty place on the water, but not gluten-free friendly.
Great atmosphere but if you are a celiac I would stay away. The few Gluten free options are marked on the menu but when I asked about the ribs the waitress told me that they are cooked in beer. She said i could have clams or peel and eat shrimp. we ordered both and requested the bread on the side. it came with the bread directly on the top. Disappointing. My non celiac friends said their meals were just okay. We waited forever for our food but they did make up for it and gave us a few gift cards.
The atmosphere was great, the live music fun, rum drinks well made, and the food good. Rain started coming down right after we arrived, but the awning kept us dry while the music played on. We ordered and enjoyed the Pasta Primavera, which was tasty and al dente. Service staff was attentive and helpful. The only downside is that you may need to be prepared for the small parking lot, which is narrow. If it looks busy, find a spot on the road shoulder nearby and don't risk the logjam. Very good, we'll definitely be back.
An open air restaurant located on the ocean with seating over the water. Live music accompanies your food creating a truly island like atmosphere. The menu had a few gluten free items on it. Gluten free pasta is available. The chef will come out and talk to you, but I settled on the guava ribs. He is classically trained. The ribs are to die for. The guava sauce has a nice tangy flavor with a hint of sweetness. Great spot after a day of diving.