They have a separate menu for GF. The food was good.
— Separate gluten-free menu
We stopped here for breakfast on the way to the Pikes Peak drive, arriving a little after 6 a.m. The breakfast menu is quite extensive with many southwest options; we, however, stuck to the traditional breakfast menu and ordered an onion and bacon scramble and a 2-egg omelet with sausage and spinach. The home fries (not GF) were delicious. Coffee was good but not great. The service was excellent, although there were only 4 parties in the entire place at our early seating. They do have a separate GF menu. Heavy on the corn. They do offer GF pancakes, I did not try them.
We ate our breakfast inside, but there is a nice patio area for outdoor dining when the weather is nice. Also, there is parking for about 8-10 cars adjacent to the restaurant.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Our waitress was super attentive so I was comfortable with the prep of my omelette. I skipped hash browns because they’re made on a shared grill. The Udi’s toast was done in a GF toaster which I asked the waitress to be super sure hadn’t been used for regular bread.
Totally miserable experience. We are a celiac family and obviously were fed gluten!! Our waitress had an excuse for everything, none of it her fault. Our family of four is miserable and hoping to avoid a trip to the ER as a result of the inattention of the staff at Bon Ton!
I was given non-gluten free bread, and my grandma had croutons on her salad, when she asked for a new salad, the croutons were just taken off.
Literally the best gluten free pancakes I had ever had the first day I was in town. And breakfast is served all day. The second time I went later in the week, the flavor was great but they were a bit gummy. Inconsistent. But still worth going.
A little overpriced for what is essentially just Udi's bread, not too many GF options.
They have a gluten free menu and offer Udi's bread and gf pancakes. The gluten free green chili is amazing, I had it on the benny which was just corn tortillas. The pancakes were enormous! About an inch thick! The staff was great and the food was safe. Neither of us got sick!
update - So wanting something different I decided to give this place another try. I read the reviews and the last guy said the Benny was great so, ok, I'll come back. I regret it. The "GF Benny" is so called because it cones on corn tortillas. LOL How hard would it be for them to get the gf English muffins in this town of at least 3 gf bakeries and multiple stores that carry them (including walmart)?! The pancakes were huge, but the absolute worst pancakes I have ever eaten. Ever. Id rather gave eaten the eggy ones. They should put effort into taste rather than size. I am so thankful I got a side of bacon so I had something to eat. My son & boyfriend each got two tacos, I got two pancakes & a side of bacon, and the bill was $40. I will not make the mistake of coming back. Trust me, there are loads of gf places to eat around here don't waste your vacay meal on it.
first experience - Expensive. its just Udis brand and the charge as if they have some secret recipe. $7 for TWO pancakes. Nothing else. Menu is limited mostly to breakfast tacos or eggs with something. Pancakes are large and taste OK (a bit eggy for me), and they offer fresh made maple syrup. Staff is friendly. Not a bad experience, but not a place for me.
The Gluten Free Benny was the best breakfast I have ever had! Very knowledgeable staff. Pancakes were awesome and HUGE!
Nice selection and staff is always willing to work with you. I eat there atleast once a week. Pancakes look awesome and taste yummy.
They have made a good effort. Dedicated pans, gf items stored separately, gf menu with bread and pancakes. Do not currently have a separate toaster though. Serving breakfast and lunch!