Not impressed at all!!! We had to wait over an hour to get seated, which I understood as it was packed. When the waitress took us back to the table it was only a table for 4, there were 5 of us and the waitress had an attitude about it and said guess your waiting longer. It already had been over the time they had stated and with the nasty attitude we left. Sucks when you have two young kids that already have a hard time going to restaurants do to celiac. If the lady didn’t have such an attitude, we would had waited longer.
The manager came out and even asked me if I had a sensitivity or celiac. The staff was very knowledgeable and cleaned down the grill, changed gloves, and prepared my food in a separate area. The milkshakes and burgers are TO DIE for!
They say they have a GF menu and that it's celiac friendly, but it's not. They fry most of the ingredients on the same cooking surface. Managers are NOT helpful and each server says something different. The good thing is that if you're ok with the cross contamination, the GF bun isn't ridiculously expensive like other places.
Burgers! They have GF buns (I think Udi's) but make sure they don't toast them. There are a lot of GF burger options, the manager came out to talk to me to verify what I chose was safe. Unfortunately can't eat the chips because there is no dedicated fryer, but the burgers are so filling you don't even miss them. No GF menu exactly, just be specific with the waiter.