We were comfortable from the second we asked the hostess (manager?) for the GF menu. There isn’t one, but she knew exactly which dishes couldn’t be converted to GF because they involved beer. She also made a point to tell us to be sure to tell our waiter so everyone was on board. When our server brought our chips over, we told him we were celiac and he didn’t even put the chips on the table - he told us there’s a separate fryer for GF chips and he’d bring those (we knew about the dedicated fryer from the woman we initially spoke with, so that was awesome and so reassuring that everyone was so knowledgeable.) Food was delicious. Our waiter was Jordan and he said they really take care of people with celiac - gloves, cleaning surfaces, etc. to eliminate cross-contact. Very cool place!