If I could give negative stars I would. Upon our arrival I asked to confirm that they do gluten free pancakes. Our server said" we didn't have them yesterday, but let me check." What!?! as a restaurant owner it behooves you to carry everything on your menu or change the menu! Go to the supermarket and but a stupid mix if you have to. Very dissapointed and unsatisfied. (Oh, it's winter and their parking lot is icy...and untreated.)
Food was well cooked and service was fast and not unfriendly. Unfortunately, when I asked for a gf menu my waiter told me my option was pancakes. No variety. I ordered the pancakes and received a stack of 4 (for those of you who've been gf for a while, you probably have noticed you need less food to be satisfied, so 2 pancakes for your avg person and 4 for a gf one is nonsensical). They are buckwheat pancakes. Not to my taste. Even before I went gf 15 years ago, I didn't care for whole wheat. If you miss that taste, then these are for you. For me, it was like eating dry grass and I literally had to put syrup on every single bite. Very dry. The "regular" looking food all around me looked fantastic and my bacon was cooked perfectly. Just not for me. As for being celiac friendly. ... they make regular pancakes in the same kitchen so there is bound to be cross contamination. If you're new to being gf, or ultra sensitive, you really should stick to eating at home or in dedicated restaurants.