I can confirm that their entrees are safe and gluten free. Also a pretty good casual meal for $12
As a Celiac DragonCon attendee, I’m always looking for nearby gluten free food options. I'm so glad they are open extra hours during the con, and the owner is there all day throughout the weekend.The owner at Beni's did his research and knows how to take care of his Celiac customers. All the entrée plates are gluten free, he knows what’s safe, and he changes his gloves and sanitizes the counters before preparing food if you let him know you are Celiac. The plantains have a safe fryer. Ask for a manager before you order to make sure the staff understand your needs.I’ve eaten there three times so far this weekend with no reactions.It's a little pricey, but not only is it safe, it's DELICIOUS, and the owner and staff are marvelous. You're paying for quality. So I'm happy to support them. Try the puerco asado and the cuban coffee.