The GF biscuit is more like a scone, a bad scone. It was hard to even slice with a knife. The breakfast meats are fried with other gluten items. The pulled pork and brisket were offered as alternatives. The pulled pork was meh. I'd give it 5 stars for bring knowledgeable about GF safety. One star for how the food tasted.
I love this place!! While it's not a certified GF kitchen, I have to say that its one of the more safer options. My husband and I had an extensive conversation with the owners. They do make a hardy go of keeping cross contamination at a minimum but it might happen. I'm celiac with a wheat allergy (EpiPen bad) on top of it. I, myself, didn't have any issues when I've eaten there. Their GF biscuits are the best I have ever had. They are a touch cashie but its well worth it. if you're calling them to get information, ask if it's celiac safe. Don't just ask if they have a GF menu. The staff is very educated about gluten sensitivity and celiac so ask lots of questions.
After talking to them on Facebook, and having them confirm that they did in fact have gluten free items, they told me when I got there "that they are gluten free, but not if it's life or death"and that they aren't really gluten free because they have wheat flour all over everything because "uh, they make biscuits back there".