I did not have the same experience as others. It was not the best meal I’ve ever had. We went on a Monday night and were the only patrons in the restaurant. While the server was very nice she did not know gluten free well, but did ask colleagues when we had questions she couldn’t answer. I got the GF ravioli. My husband got a non GF pasta dish. We had to send both back twice because both entrees were cold. The ravioli was also kind of crunchy/ under done. The wedge salad was served on a plate that was too small so the lettuce and bacon (very small crumbles) kept falling off the plate when I cut into the lettuce. When I asked about the blue cheese dressing being GF they couldn’t answer and offered me balsamic vinegar, which I dislike. I would think if you’re offering GF items and taking care to avoid cross contamination have a salad dressing other than BV. I did not get sick so that is a plus. It’s an attractive restaurant and I do appreciate the gluten free efforts, so I wouldn’t say don’t try it. Maybe it was an off night for the kitchen.