We arrived and asked the hostess about gluten free food. She had no idea. The waitress asked the kitchen what was available gluten free and told me the only thing they offered gluten free was chicken tenders. Breaded. Chicken. Tenders. I told her that wasn't possible. She went to find someone else, but at this point I'm not eating anything here. On the plus side, the cider is good.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Our waiter, Thomas, was very knowledgeable about the gluten free options available to me. The rib tips were very tasty. I also had the Cobb salad which was excellent. I can recommend this restaurant to other celiacs.
Great food. We were excited that they had GF hot wings! No issues here.
They had a gluten-free menu, and the waitress seemed to know what she was talking about. I felt safe eating here. Plus, they have awesome smoked meats. I could eat here everyday, if I lived closer.
Fantastic barbeque, best in the north hands down. Not by any means is it really gluten free. I have been glutened every time I've been there unfortunately. Even the one in New Brunswick. so sad
I wanted to write a review because I had seen a review somewhere else that mentioned they have a gluten free menu here - they DO NOT. If you ask for a gluten free menu, they give you a gluten FULL menu - literally a piece of paper listing every item/ingredient/thing that might have gluten in it. It literally says gluten FULL menu. So then I guess you're supposed to compare that to the regular menu yourself and decide? It was so overwhelming (and kind of embarrassing) that I ordered a salad with chicken, which was mostly iceberg lettuce and like 10 small cubes of grilled chicken. I had hoped to try BBQ but the list was so long that I couldn't tell if it was OK to eat. (I will give them credit for being thorough - they even mention some vinegars might not be gf, but it's still weird to get almost an informational pamphlet instead of a menu) So expect to do your own research if you decide to try it there.