Now at new address under hotel. Only have thin crust pizza there that is gf.
Visited last night. Restaurant right next door to Wyndham grand and across from Trump monstrosity. No gluten free menu but server was actually very helpful. He took time to insure what dishes I could have with gluten free pasta. The pasta was cooked al-dente, clearly fresh and not sitting around and soggy. Sauce has a cacophony of meats, very tasty and very spicy which was nice. Also had caprese (sp) salad. Mozzarella was fresh and very soft and tasty. Atmosphere was I’d like to say rustic but probably safer to say a little worn, but, food makes up for it. Frustration as always is no cold beer, it is beyond me restaurants cannot stock Omission or Redbridge at least. Had glass of house merlot. Overall highly recommend for gluten free meal; no signs of issues this morning, so all good. They have a small pizza, but did not ask which commercial crust it was. Doubt it is home-made.
Not a GF facility but has several pasta and pizza options. (See images of menu.) Tried their mushroom pasta. Very simple. Good texture. Not mushy or saucy. For me, pasta is simply a way to ginstead sauce in my mouth. Not here. If you are a pasta lover, this ought to work for you. Alao had ploenta and mushrooms. I could have had that appetizer as a dinner instead. If I were in the mood for pasta, I'd eat here again. Quite a carby meal but good taste/flavor.