The previous reviews are full of s**t The manager said their gluten free pastas aren’t safe for celiacs. You have a choice of 2 seafood entries. The server didn’t know how to order for a celiac and had to call over the manager. Whenever a manager tells you they can’t “guarantee” against cross contamination you know it’s not a good place for celiacs. Very very pricey and it was an hour before we got our food. One of those places I was so sure I would get sick from but luckily didn’t, would have been terrible barfing up an entree that was $40 for 4 pieces of fish.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Charming, quaint restaurant. Ordered the eggplant parmesan and it was delicious. Definitely will be returning to try gluten free pastas!
This was hands down one of the best Italian restaurants we’ve been to. One of my kids has celiac and got the gnocchi (homemade made with rice flour)- incredible! All of the pastas can be substituted with GF pasta. Great, intimate atmosphere. We loved it!
The gnocchi is amazing, probably best I've had - and I lived Italy for a year!
Was excited to go here after reading the positive reviews. We had a fun evening but our Carbonara was a small,cold lump of sticky, dry spaghetti. Would of sent it back but did not want to ruin the vibe of the evening. Service was slow , but friendly and the total bill was very pricey .
Wonderful food and service. The swap in pasta they have is a corn base, but most everything on the menu is Able to be GF. Amazing wine selection and desserts.
This place was so delicious and the manager was so accommodating of my gluten and dairy intolerance. The cocktails were great too!
Charming, well priced restaurant. Gluten free pasta available for most entrees. Waiter was incredibly helpful in being certain my dishes were GF. Food was excellent. I will return here.