Visited on a Saturday afternoon during a Mizzou away football game and they had only one server and it was her first day on the job. The server poured water from a pitcher and touched the rim of the pitcher to the rim of every water glass at our table. Not only is that not good for celiac cross contamination but very unhealthy during the COVID pandemic.
My daughter enjoyed her gluten free pizza. Burgers were good. My wife did not like her kale salad.
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Told me that I shouldn’t even try to eat there, even though they had gf bread. We decided not to eat there after all.
They had great gluten free options, however the kitchen made a mistake and sent out regular crust instead of gluten free. The server did not notice. After we inquired about it, after eating a piece they fixed it with a quick apology. But they seemed to think that it wasn't a big deal.
While mistakes happen, it is disheartening to trust a place that seems so knowledgeable only to get glutened.
It also would be helpful if they actually marked the menu in someway to denote gluten free items. We had to inquire.
Great handling of celiac. Waiter was great and GF pizza was great.
Be careful of their online menu, the GF doesn't quite match up with what the waitress says. That being said, the butternut squash and bacon pizza was good! Interesting, but good. They have a good amount of menu items GF and a few unique ciders.
I ate there last night and it was great. Their menu online has marked items to signify gluten free but in person they don't so look at the menu ahead of time. The poutine has gravy but we ordered it with gravy on the side (for my gluten-eater partner), which was delicious. I then ordered the Butternut Squash Bacon pizza, which I enjoyed a lot but it is a seasonal dish. The steak, pizza, and pulled pork sandwich are all gluten free too. They also had a delicious and quite large creme brulee. The whole experience was great. They also have a stage for music, but no one was playing when we went.