Definitely DO NOT have a gluten free menu. When we asked about gluten free options, we were told their soup of the day was gf and that they had gf bread. My daughter cant eat dairy in addition to gluten, so it seemed a sandwich was her only option. However, when I inquired about whether or not the ham used for ham sandwiches was gluten free, the server appeared confused. I explained that meats can have added ingredients that contain gluten, and asked if she could look into the deli meats they use for sandwiches. She returned to tell me that she was unable to find an ingredients list for the meats, because they arrive sliced and ready to use through Sysco (no labeled packaging?). At this point, I didn't trust the knowledge of the staff regarding gluten in foods and felt disappointed/annoyed that we had specifically sought out this restaurant based on the gluten free claims on their website. Mis-advertising. I ended up making my daughter a lunch from foods we had in our car. Nice restaurant, good food in general, but not a great destination for those seeking gf (at least if you are hoping for more than soup and plain bread).
I had a very good experience at Sandys Place. Staff is very knowledgeable about cross contamination. I am looking forward to my next visit.