I have had some strong reactions here.
Updated 03/2019: Strong caution on asking what is in everything labeled GF. GF crab cake? Yep, made with Abigail’s Not Really GF bread. Tart crusts? Contaminated. Some items like salad w/out any grain items are fine, but you need to ask very specifically and I never, ever eat there without my Nima Sensor. UPDATED 07/30/2018: Management continues to use contaminated GF bread. Floor manager says bread is produced in bakery that also makes their regular bread. This my 6th positive test for their GF bread on a Nima Sensor. This business does not seem to have a commitment to celiac safety. UPDATED 08/03/2017: I got positive Gluten tests on the Nima Sensor TWICE, for toasted GF/vegan bread (Abigail's) and for an in-house-made blackberry tart. The fact that the latter is made in-house suggests this restaurant is now having contamination issues.
I've been very very sick two times I have eaten at the Blue moon. I will never eat there again.
Always high quality,and great selections, local sourced food, great selections, lunch and dinner.
Love this place so far. From the moment I walked in. One look at the menu and in a happy girl. Not only GF options but Vegan too. The best thing here is the meat, and veggies are organic. I can't wait to try my oceana wrap. Wild caught tuna with GF wrap.....yumm
Great food. The wait staff was very well educated about celiac and gf. The restaurant is not dedicated gf but they are very clear on what is and is not gf. I felt very safe and didn't get sick.
This is the most delicious and healthful food in the area. They are nearly all gluten free now, and the menu is creative and imaginative. It's not just gluten removed, but real chef-ing and pastry chef-ing going on here with gluten free grains. Atmosphere changes quite a bit from casual lunch to dinner with white linens and candlelight. Reservations are a good idea so you don't end up eating at the bar.
The food taste great,but beware they cross contaminate and use the same toaster