We found they were not celiac friendly no dedicated fryer, staff did not appear to understand GF Diet or cross contamination concerns. We were really disappointed.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
This used to be my favorite place to go because I felt safe there. The chef had celiac and the kitchen was safe. That chef left and now they have completely changed their kitchen set up. They no longer have a dedicated fryer and don’t care to accommodate at all. One more place marked off my small list of safe places to eat.
Really good food , but should make people aware there is no longer a dedicated fryer. The fries, wings, etc. are no longer gluten free.
We have several celiac family members and excited to learn of this menu. The frustrating part here is that they have GF all over their menu. But when asking questions, they don’t take you seriously; we’ve even gotten a couple of eye rolls. My daughter has gotten sick every single time she’s eaten here. I think it’s time that restaurants become fully educated before jumping on the fad that isn’t a celiacs fad. We won’t be back.
The food was good, thought it was a little pricey to have a $$ rating. The fries were not GF they are done in the same frier as other breaded fried foods. Food was delicious, just make sure to ask the right questions.
I visited in June 2018, and I asked if they had a dedicated gluten free fryer. During this visit I was told they did and so I ate their chicken wings. However, I got sick (I have Celiac disease). It was not until a few more visits to Bricks Kitchen & Pub that I was informed that the fryer was not dedicated gluten free. Additionally, I was informed by the chef that the gluten was "burned off" during the cooking process and therefore Celiac-friendly (gluten does not get burned off in the frying process). It's one thing to cater to fad diets, but please do not make false statements that could get someone dangerously ill or worse.
Can confirm that there is NOT a dedicated fryer and they said they have never had a dedicated fryer despite being told on multiple occasions they do. Speaking with the server she said the manager says the heat burns off the gluten. They looked at me crazy when I said that’s not accepted in the medical industry. I told them that must be why I’ve been sick from the place many times, but not every time. Extremely disappointed.
Lots of gluten free items on the menu. Very knowledgeable about Celiac's. Highly recommend!
They have a few GF options. The waitress asked the chef my specific questions about CC. The response from the chef was the fryer was safe because it’s hot enough to burn the CC. Needless to say I did not eat anything from the fryer. Burger and GF bun were great! Not sure if I would go back because of their understanding of CC.
great food and drinks! I'm very sensitive to cross contamination and didn't get sick! separate fryer for fries - yay!
I’ve eaten here a number of times and have never had a problem. The staff all seem to be very knowledgeable about gluten allergy issues. The fries are in a dedicated fryer too!
Very knowledgable on GF and CC. Separate fryer for fries. Very good food.
Awesome The B.L.A.T. Is really good so is the GF Mac N Cheese. There were very few items on the menu that could not be made GF. Two thumbs WAY up!!
Great gf bun! the Parmesan truffle fries were great too!
I got a burger and fries with a very excellent GF bun. Perfectly cooked burger, awesome fresh fries, ketchup from scratch, servers cared about the GF part of the order. Everything was great.
The food was fantastic! There were a lot of options and the head chef is gluten free!! Dedicated gf fryer and kitchen space. Staff was very knowledgeable and friendly!!
Bricks is amazing! Excellent chef creations using seasonal, quality, ingredients with big flavor. Gluten free options are phenomenal, especially for a foodie. Great options, great food, great staff! I highly recommend!
Great place for casual fine dining.
very good food and extremely knowledgeable staff!!!!