No gluten free annotations on the menu mean that you rely on the intelligence of those working there. I was assured the soup was gluten free after the waitress "double checked." Several bites in, I started feeling sick. I looked more closely and saw what looked like barley. I asked the waitress if it was barley. "No," she replied, "it's farro. That's gluten free!" Except it's definitely not... All the food was overpriced for what it was as well. I would know, there was no break on the bill for being misled into eating gluten.