They no longer have GF buns. Cider is not GF either. Only GF side is cole slaw. Very limited GF menu.
They have GF buns for chicken sandwich’s and burgers. Also a salad but that as far as the GF items go. I will say they made the effort to make the bun fit my daughters kids burger. Rey nice people. Great beer too!
I gave this place five stars because the staff were so amazing and accommodating, but if you have celiac, beware! While they have 5 (maybe 6) items on their menu that are gluten free they do use a common fryer. For those who do not have celiac and only a slight allergy you could really enjoy their food.
The fried green tomatoes are battered in potato flakes but are fried in the common fryer. Same for the chicken tenders and fried mushrooms. HOWEVER, their house chips, though fried, are the first items made in fresh oil and did not cause me to have a reaction. Plus they are SO good. They also have gluten free hamburger and hotdog buns, which are actually delicious! I got the mushroom burger and, again, no reaction. As for drinks, no beer is gluten free, but they have cider which taste like fresh apples.
I recommend this place but you must tell them you have an allergy otherwise the cook will cross contaminate with utensils and the grill surface (they toast their buns).
I’m in LOVE — after a weekend of some of the finer dining in Braselton, we wanted to chill & watch a basketball game & found this little gem! Bar food rarely can be trusted to be GF, but low & behold, I was able to have a hot dog with a GF hotdog bun!!! Cannot tell you how thrilled I was — yummm & NO reaction!
They didn’t advertise it but upon asking the manager told me they had a Gf menu and GF buns. The staff seemed knowledgeable. They will have cider but they were out the day we went. I was impressed the bun wasn’t one that falls apart!