Their Mediterranean sampler appetizer is GF (without pita bread). They don’t have a GF substitute for the pita, but the dips are delicious and I just ate them with a fork.
I ordered one of the Moroccan tangines. The tangines are served with couscous on the side. I explained I had celiac disease and they made me a very flavorful quinoa salad with mint and tomato. However, the couscous is “complimentary” and they insist on serving it, so just make sure you’re with someone who can eat it. Initially we were told there would be an additional charge for the quinoa (no problem, GF substitutes usually come with a surcharge). The manager then decided (very nicely!) not to charge us for the quinoa - I think because she realized I have celiac and am not just avoiding gluten for kicks. Overall, fun experience and good food. I’m fairly sensitive and felt fine the next day, so I think they were pretty careful.
— No gluten-free information on the menu