I went at Sunday brunch. Had I not had to avoid dairy and eggs, in addition to gluten, my choices would have been better. As it was, I was limited to the arugula salad, without the goat cheese and candied pecans. I added salmon that they pan seared separately to avoid cross contamination. It was very good, and the staff was helpful. But I get bored with salads only as my "option." Perhaps coming at a different time would give more choice.
My wife and I went for dinner. No gluten free menu, but the chef will modify almost any dish to accommodate a gluten free diet/allergy!