This place is probably a great place to eat and hang out if you are not gluten sensitive, but if you are, don't go here. Unless they make some major changes. We were told they had an allergy menu, but when we got there, we were handed a clipboard with copy paper-printed list of menu items. Underneath each item was a list of what allergens that particular item had, along with a short indication of what ingredient caused the allergy. For example: a teriyaki burger would have listed the bun as the item with the gluten allergen...but soy sauce was an ingredient in the burger and it was NOT listed as a gluten allergen. It took us about 20 minutes of cross referencing the list of items with the menu (to read the ingredients) before we concluded that there was absolutely nothing edible for someone with celiac. I would LOVE to see them transform into a gluten friendly restaurant, because the place looked so cool, and I am bummed that we could not eat here after all.