This place is awesome , menu is clear, items are identified GF accordingly, and they identify that fryer is cross contaminated, so do not get fried stuff!
Good food and the staff is knowledgeable. They have a GF menu with a lot of options. As others have mentioned, the fryer is not dedicated, so some items are not safe for celiacs. If you can tolerate a shared fryer, they will make you fried chicken, onion rings, etc with rice flour.
This was super good! I loved the smoky taste of my ribs and you could tell they had been cooked in a smoker. I have to eat gluten free so I requested the GF menu and there were plenty of choices. I had the spare ribs, cheesy grits, and garlic mashed potatoes. She wasn’t going to have any onions on it until I asked if they could make them gluten free. They did, so basically I had a little batch of skinny onion rings! They do share a fryer so it may not be safe for Celiacs, but I’m gluten intolerant and don’t usually have problems with shared fryers. They have a bottle of GF BBQ sauce over by the other options on a tray.
fryer is not GF. wide variety of sides to choose from, as well as all the regular BBQ meats.
This place, by far, had the best side options, including fried onions! The owner's wife Stephanie was super friendly and knowledgeable of the allergy. For true celiacs, they use the same fryer to cook gf food as non-gf food. We loved this place and will return again, and again.
They have a gluten-free menu, gluten-free sauce, and the guy taking my order also told me that they have a gluten-free batter and can make chicken fingers, fried fish, etc. not sure if they have a dedicated fryer. I'm not a celiac, but have a bad intolerance and felt good afterward. They seem like they would be helpful if you had celiac, just based on how much of an effort they've made. Creme brûlée for dessert, too. Yum!