Has GF menu but no GF bread and everything is fried in a comingled fryer. You can have salads, sides, bunless burgers, etc.
This restaurant has a GREAT, wide variety menu.......good food too! Had the wings and chips and queso!
When asked if there was a dedicated fryer they said yes and it’s gluten free! When we did get the food I used the Nima tester and was not able to eat the fries but I risked it with the wings. It’s been a while and I don’t really plan on going back.
They have a gluten free menu and most other locations are good about being gluten free. This location does not have a dedicated fryer for its wings, and then the waitress lied to us and said they did. First time we went to this location I was sick after, but thought it may be something else. Second time we go to place a to go order and they tell us that there is no gluten free fryer. I’m not sure if I would trust any of their other gluten free items at this location. Go to the one on Lakewood ranch and 64 if you’re interested in going to beefs.
Was told they had gf buns and was given a regular bun. I took two bites before asking my husband to taste it to make sure I wasn’t dreaming. When I asked for a third time are you sure this is gf because it doesn’t taste gf or look gf. The waitress finally came back and said it wasn’t a gf bun. The staff didn’t apologize for their mistake. They blamed it on each other rather than just owning that they screwed up. This place is not at all gf friendly.
The staff was great. You can choose from a variety of appetizers and entrees. We got the cheesy bacon pub chips and (bone-in) chicken wings, ribs and French fries. They do not have gf bums or tortillas, but can make you a safe burger, taco, or fajita without the bun. We will be back!
Gluten Free menu misleading. Fries listed as GF, but bottom of menu disclaimer states friers are not dedicated. Salad brought with croutons and waitress offered to have them removed. Did replace the salad. Chancy! Ordered burger and side salad, did not get sick.
Worst service I've had at a restaurant in a long time. Took the waitress 20 minutes just to find the gluten free menu. Drink orders were wrong multiple times, long wait for the food. Additional requests were forgotten with no apology. I would not recommend this location to anyone.
They have a gluten free menu and a separate fryolator to make gluten free fries! The staff was very knowledgeable about gluten free options, understands contamination and made sure the kitchen staff was aware of the need for gluten free. The waitress had the ability to "buy the meal" and remove the charge from the bill when the item I ordered inadvertently was made with a gluten containing item. Fortunately, she had me look at the meal prior to leaving the table and immediately brought it back to the kitchen prior to me eating any of it. I had to wait for a new meal to be made, but it was worth the wait. It was delicious and I didn't get sick!
Has "gluten friendly" menu, too bad kitchen practices and food handling don't back it up. Common fryer, etc. I ordered grilled chicken tenders and still had a very strong reaction. I'm crossing Beef's off my my list, which is sad because I really loved their wings before my diagnosis.
I get sick every time I eat here and I'm not even that sensitive to gluten!
Four stars based upon their wings and fries. They have a dedicated fryer and the honey barbecue wings are delicious! They also had a gluten-free chocolate cake dessert. I don't think it was on the menu but it was really good. We did have a bad experience with burgers. They were way over cooked and the waitress had said they gluten-free buns, but when she brought them out it was actually gluten-free bread. And a burger on bread just isn't the same as a burger on a bun. I also had a chicken quinoa bowl that had peppers and onions in it, which was good however the chicken was a little dry. I would probably recommend just a vegetable one.
Beef O' Brady's at Tradewinds Resort in St. Petersburg, Florida has a gluten free menu. They have a dedicated fryer, so fries and chips-yay!! I had a burger with a gf bun, and cheesy bacon chips for an appetizer. Ate here twice-Diana and Dylan helped me-they are very friendly staff and extremely knowledgable about their menu/ingredients. Cross contamination: low taste: 4/5 knowledge of gf: 5/5 options: many service: 5/5 Follow me on Facebook and Instagram: Gluten Is A Pain In The Glutes
They have a gluten free menu but no dedicated fryer. Their chips are even deep fried. Salads it is I guess. On bright note, they have milkshakes!
GF Menu it's pretty generic. (Burgers without buns, Salads without croutons, Fajitas without tortilla shells). There are some hidden items in menu that are great choices though. Staff was very helpful and general manager even double checked ingredients of sauces for my meal.
They have a gluten free menu!
This restaurant does have a GF menu, and I have eaten here several times with no problems. I found out today that even though their French fries are listed in the GF menu, they are NOT prepared in a designated fryer. I was told they are fried in a separate basket but in the same oil as other items. I told them they CANNOT list them on their GF menu. We'll see if their menu changes. BEWARE!!
We were excited to see that they had a gluten free menu that included French fries, but it turns out that the fries are not fried in a dedicated fryer, but in the fryer that "has the least amount of gluten in it." Boneless wings are an option on the GF menu, but came out heavily breaded. When I asked the waitress (not the problem) if they had a non-breaded option, she brought the manager over. He claimed that the boneless wings "come that way" (breaded), but that they are gluten free because they never come in contact with flour in the restaurant. Ugh. Is it possible that the breading was a gluten free breading? Sure, it's possible. But I certainly wouldn't have allowed our gluten intolerant daughter to come near them. Disappointing experience.
we just left and it was just okay. they did have a menu that stated a dedicated fryer but then the waitress didnt know cidar wasnt beer so i dont know how much as a celiac i can trust them to make sure im safe. also i feel sort of sick. i got fries and a blue cheese salad and grilled chicken tenders with honey mustard and bbq. all i have to say is .... at your own risk and NOT if you're celiac.