Attended a conference that was fully catered. All food was marked gluten free, vegan and dairy free and most of the time I had multiple options to pick from.
Cross contamination occurred to me within the last two weeks. Each time I go back and give them another try, I get glutenated over the past few years....
Went down the the Coffee Shop for breakfast and they said I could basically have eggs and sub the toast for fruit for more money. The potatoes aren't gluten free, but they will make you some with additional time after asking. Unfortunately, after sitting there for 20 minutes for that answer, I no longer had time to order.
They don't have a GF menu, however their servers are helpful and checked if they couldn't answer my questions. I have eaten here several times now and found them to be very accommodating. Good food and a pleasant atmosphere.
Go across the street to the other hotel. All of their restaurants do a much better job. It is the same company, but for some reason the Grand American is more accomodating.
They serve delicious food and offer a few different Gluten Free items. I would eat here all the time if I could afford it.
We have eaten here twice now and have been impressed each time. They did not have a GF menu but the waiters are very knowledgable. The chef will prepare any meats or fish on the menu for you. The sides are all prepared separately also. The creme brûlée is GF...they just have to prepare it with fruit....this is a great option
The coffeshop has a seperate gluten free menu. I ordered the cobb salad which was delicious and didn't give me any problems. I was informed however that they are getting rid of their gluten free menu. Would recommend calling ahead.
They had a separate gf menu with a handful of choices. I had the Cobb salad, which was very good and enormous. Their menu is online.