Went here to have lunch with my husband. After sitting down with the menu and talking to the staff, there were very few options for what I could eat and I didn’t feel safe. We ended up leaving.
Staff VERY knowledgeable and friendly. Food super fresh and yummy. I found the prices super affordable considering the high quality ingredients.
One server told me that the chips were fried in a separate fryer my first time here. I’ve come here many times over the past year, and just today after I told the server I had celiac disease she informed me that the chips ARE fried in the same fryer as floured items. Probably the last time I’ll eat here unless all of the staff can get on the same page.
We came here based on the only other this out had which noted dedicated kitchen space and a gluten free menu. Neither of those things is true. The staff said to just ask our server what to avoid and not to eat anything fried. I asked about the dedicated kitchen space and the hostess laughed and said "I wish!" That didn't exactly fill me with confidence. Given that they were not very well versed in celiac friendly practices and the overall response at the hostess stand, we decided not to stay. I'm bummed because the note about dedicated kitchen space really got my hopes up. In hindsight I should have called first to confirm but we were already in the car and decided just to swing by.
This place is family owned. It is southwest food. I believe the entire menu is gluten free except if you order a flour tortilla. It takes great and Omar's margaritas are amazing!