terrible. no gf bread, pizza, or pasta options. chef claimed that ribs which are soaked in a stout all night were gf. then he said the Mac n cheese was an acceptable side dish. do not trust this place if you are celiac.
Was disappointed for gluten free options: their website listed they offer a gluten free menu and gluten free bread-neither was offered. The chef did come and talk to me-which was helpful. I got the grilled bruchetta chicken-very yummy.
one of the best gluten free restaurant experiences in my life!! I wish I had known they had gluten free food sooner! everyone at the restaurant was aware of what gluten was and they have the manager come to your table to discuss your options. most of the regular menu they can make gluten free! I love their chicken bacon Mac and cheese and I still get to eat it!!
When we went here for dinner, I told our waitress that I was gluten free. She told me the chef would come out to speak with me. The chef went over every aspect of the menu to let me know what I could eat or couldn't eat. Though it is not on the menu, they do have gluten free pasta. It was a great experience!
My daughter and I are both GF. We were very clear with the waiter but mine showed up with a bun and her's showed up with fries. His explanation? We don't have 5 star chefs who pay attention. Avoid if going for GF lunch.
Very knowledgable staff. They were on a limited menu due to a snowstorm but made me a delicious salad!!
Not gluten friendly. Has a gluten free menu but very limited - basically burgers with no bun or a one entree which was dry with burned broccoli. Only alcohol was Angry Orchard. Plenty of other gluten friendly restaurants in walking distance from this one. Don't bother here.
I really enjoyed the salad I ordered when I first visited. But woke up with a stomach ache. I just thought it was something random but upon my second visit I realized their gluten free menu was flawed. I was so so sick from their "gluten free Waldorf salad". I called and spoke with the manager and she said they were making pizza dough at the same time as their "gluten free" candied walnuts. Obviously I know that cross contamination is always a risk but I would steer clear.
We have multiple food allergies. This establishment has always been great with any requests (they will even bake French friend instead of frying them!) and since everything is made in house, they are confident with the ingredients lists. They do not have a dedicated gf menu though.