• Milwaukee Ale House Grafton

    1 starsMarch 11, 2013

    1208 13th Avenue, Grafton, WI 53024

    Hands down one of the worst gluten free experiences we have had. Celiacs - STAY away from the Milwaukee Ale House. I am so mad I could 'spit nails' as my mother would say. When you say "Gluten Free Menu" then mean it. People's lives are at stake and not only was our waiter clueless, but so was the manager and kitchen staff. The manager claimed that the "Whiskey Salmon" was gluten free because the "rye in the whiskey burns off during cooking" Seriously, and Oh Dear God are you misinformed! And since my husband lives on the edge, he decided that he would try the gluten free pot-roast instead since it seemed like a safer choice. They brought the dish out with a very large onion ring on top. When I asked how the onion ring was made, the waiter said "It is a flour/beer battered recipe." Again, clueless. This is not an oversight, it is cruel negligence to a group of people they claim to take care of, but really they falsely advertise to get you to come into the door and spend your money. Not only will I never go there again, I will warn everyone I know to stay away.

  • Cooper's Hawk

    5 starsMarch 11, 2013

    15 S Moorland Rd, Brookfield, WI 53005

    Great place for celiacs! Thanks for being so aware of our needs

  • Rodizio Grill

    5 starsMarch 11, 2013

    777 North Water Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202

    Great night out with husband - he has celiac disease and the waiter was fully informed about a proper gluten free menu and she also provided him with a detailed list of how each meat and dish was prepared so there was no questions. Will definitely be back.