The gluten free options we could find for breakfast were (drumroll please): toast and oatmeal. The oatmeal was $12 and uninspired. I got eggs with the GF toast and had been eating for several minutes when our waiter came by and mentioned that the crispy polenta cakes have wheat flour in them. Who puts wheat in polenta? Fortunately, my gluten issues are not too serious.
Went when it wasn't busy, but got great service. Food was pretty good. Gluten free bread. I do not have celiac and do not react to cross contamination so cannot speak to to whether it is celiac friendly. Seemed knowledgeable.
Excellent food, full price. Gluten free bread available, but that's it. No dedicated fryer, so cross contamination. Toasted bread is done in same toaster as gluten, so more cross contamination risk. Just plain bread is gluten free.
There are not a lot of options for GF. All they really have is GF bread. No buns for their burgers. I chose the Cuban chicken. It was very tasty. It was a little on the expensive side for what it is, but it is NYC so I guess that is to be expected.
They did have gluten-free bread. They also have McCann's steel cut oatmeal. My celiac-wife eats that oatmeal regularly without an issue, so she was comfortable ordering it here. She didn't have any issues. (McCann's says they can be cross-contaminated). Good place overall.
The staff was wonderful and knowledgable about what was available gluten free. They do not have a separate gf menu, but it states on the menu gluten free bread/buns/pizza, the server can help you from there. I had the Pastrami Reuben on a delicious gf bread with fries. Would definitely go back.