My coworkers wanted to grab a quick bite and I walked in not expecting much. In my experience most Ale Houses or Brew Houses have little to no GF options as far as food. Well, I was proved wrong! They have a huge menu just like The Cheesecake Factory, and all of the GF options are clearly labeled. They have GF buns for burgers and sandwiches, GF pizza, cauliflower pita for tacos, and zoodles. On Wednesday’s they do $10 burgers and bottomless fries. I was able to get a burger with a GF roll and since the fries are not GF safe, they swapped it out for a baked potato no extra cost. Our server was very knowledgeable and anything she was unsure of she checked with a manager. The best part is they have a gluten free cookie skillet for dessert, and it qualifies for the free dessert if you sign up for rewards! I unfortunately did not get to try it but plan to when I return.
Staff friendly. Our normal BJs order is fine. Broccoli cheese soup and baked potato and pizzookie. Four stars because Heads up! BJs has a Gluten free chicken Alfredo zucchini noodles on menu that IS NOT gluten free. I questioned the sauce and yes has flour. Marked as GF! Just be aware the corporate office may not know what really is GF!
Went a few times a year ago and things were great. Staff and management seem to have changed because they were not accommodating about cross contamination. They did assure us that they could not promise safe practices. My daughter was so hungry we tried, as we had good experiences in the past. Well, she got sick and we won’t be returning! She has celiac.
I really love eating here. I can’t say the menu has that many options but the ones they have are great. You can even get a gluten free pizookie for dessert which is nice. My only complaint is that on my first visit the server had no idea how to explain the chart in the back of my gluten free menu.
I got cheese pizza and the chocolate chip pizookie. The pizza is ok here. Not terrible not great it’s just food in my opinion. Saw the other reviews and was nervous I would get sick so that put my stomach in absolute knots even though I didn’t actually get sick from the food. Never have been glutened at a BJ’s and hopefully never will. A good option if you have nothing else. Would honestly just come here to enjoy the pizookie because it is soooooooooo good.
Every gluten free item is marked but if you have Celiac I would download the gluten free menu and base your order off of that. They have gluten free buns for the burger but we we not sure if the burgers were gluten free so we just stuck to the pizza, chicken , and steak. My kids loved the pizza and all the toppings except for the meatballs are gluten free.
If they had a “nicer” menu that doesn’t make GF customers feel like an afterthought I would’ve given them 5 stars. The GF menu we got made me a little nervous, but the server was knowledgeable and the food was safe.
They have GF items noted on the regular menu in addition to a separate GF menu with an allergen list attached. I ordered the double pork chop, and the manager came out to tell me it was going to take longer (15-20 minutes) because they had some pre-cooked which could have cross contamination, so it would take longer to cook me a new one to ensure mine was safe. He even brought out a fruit and roll plate for each of my kids to hold them over since it would take longer. Food was great. I’ve dined here multiple times and haven’t had a reaction. GF pizookie is wonderful too. Staff seems knowledgeable, and will go ask a manager if they don’t know.
I have come to this location several times and it has been fine except for the service. Went here yesterday and got broccoli cheese soup and gluten free pizza. Only ate half of my pizza and before leaving the restaurant I was sick. Do yourself a favor and drive to the one in Plano!!!
Several gluten free options on menu but no dedicated fryer for french fries. My burger was served with the fries even after I told him I had gluten “allergy”. I switched it out but had itchy skin and GI symptoms after. I would try a different BJs solely for the GF pazookie. It was delicious.
I just went there for my birthday and they have a great amount of gluten free foods . I really recommend. And the waitress is well aware of gluten free but you jut have to make sure you tell them allergies.
This facility is NOT safe for Gluten Free food. Although they have a limited gluten free menu & advertise their gluten free pizookie, they are not safe for celiacs. Our celiac family got contaminated here & our server Jeremy was arrogant & rude. Staff are not trained to understand this food related disease. They also don't use a dedicated gluten free fryer. 😥🤢🤮💔
My waitress seemed not very knowledgeable but did nicely find out the answers to my questions. I ordered the hamburger, plain with a GF bun and a baked potato. I didn’t get any bun - which was ok - and I did get my baked potato. However, there were fries all over my plate, which she had questioned and informed us were not GF.
We got 6 meals of take out. Safe, delicious, inventive, healthy, and great service (for takeout). Only complaint is salad was small for a dinner meal. Personal Pizza was delicious and nobody got sick. Extra bonus points for the pizza.
Clear listings of a variety of items. Seems like they should even have more options but glad they had some. Had a GF bun with burger. Unsafe fryers so beware. But they do have a GF beer on tap so there’s that...
Asked for the GF menu, knowing they had one after checking the website beforehand. Had the GF sirloin (medium) with the turmeric cauliflower and a baked potato. Everything was great. For dessert they had a GF pizzookie which is a personal baked GF cookie topped with vanilla bean ice cream. Just be sure to mention gluten allergy as always.
I ordered the Moroccan chicken, had a slice of my husband’s GF pizza and some of the chocolate chip pizookie with vanilla ice cream. I’m very sensitive to eating out so this was a risky one. It turned out delicious and I didn’t get sick.
Food is awful but I guess better than no food? Ordered the Barbacoa chicken and it was so salty it was inedible and there was hair in it. Manager let me choose another meal so I got the BBQ chicken salad - lettuce was brown on the edges and had an off taste. Really not good. And I’m not a very picky eater.
Was excited about the gluten free options but the service was absolutely horrible and while the food tasted good, it was unfortunately not gluten free.
Waitress was excellent, I let her know up front about my daughter and I. We both ordered the GF pizza, I did no cheese and vegetarian toppings due to dairy issues too and my daughter had cheese, pepperoni, and black olives. It’s been almost an hour since we finished our meal and, so far, neither of us has gotten sick. It was definitely one of the better GF crusts we’ve had. We will return to BJ’s again. I was disappointed that they had a GF printable menu online, but in the restaurant the options were slightly different and imbedded into the regular menu, which made it hard to decipher.
I brought my two Celiac daughters to eat dinner here. We informed the server of their condition and he knew all about it and assured that they have a separate prep spot and tools for their kitchen. We ordered gluten free pizza and even a gluten free pizookie! Neither of my kids got sick (one is incredibly sensitive) and loved every bite! This is the first gluten free pizza that they've had more than one slice of since they were diagnosed. We are very happy with this restaurant and highly recommend it!
This review is solely based on a grudge against the whole fast casual dining industry who have all unilaterally decided to drop all gluten free beer choices, in order to stock more ciders. THEY SERVE NO GLUTEN FREE BEER!
Went out of way for advertised gluten free beer but they don’t have it. GF menu is hard to navigate and no better than normal restaurants. Don’t know if they have dedicated GF cooking space. I won’t return. A brewery touting itself as celiac friendly should offer a gluten free beer.
Pretty limited GF menu, particularly for kids. My son went with the pizza but wasn’t impressed. The GF Pizookie was nice but undercooked and the ice cream was nearly melted by the time it was delivered. We’ll scratch this one off our list.
I didn't ask for specifically gluten free food cuz I wanted to take my chances and see how sick I got (for science and also cuz I have social anxiety LMAO). I ordered the Moroccan chicken and it was delish but overpriced for what you get (not even a full breast - just four slices). I also ate some of my friend's spinach & artichoke dip which wasn't listed as a gluten free option. I feel a little gassy but am otherwise hunky dory. My biggest complaint is that the table and our menus were both dirty. The floor was also pretty dirty. The bathrooms were however pristine and fully stocked, which means they get cleaned regularly so I am confident the kitchens are clean. I think the waitstaff could bother to clean up the restaurant itself more thoroughly and sticky menus is absolutely gross. The cutlery was clean however. Overall the experience was okay. I don't know why my friend keeps insisting we should come back when every time something is dirty or goes wrong (my gin & tonic didn't have a lime and last time I ate here my brussels sprouts were basically raw). Lol. Will update if I eat here again.
I went with friends a few weeks ago. As soon as I told the server I had Celiac she pointed out GF options on the menu and assured me they would take appropriate precautions. I felt very confident that they were paying attention, and the food was great! I would go back for sure!