100% of 4 votes say it's celiac friendly

177 Fleet St, Oxon Hill, MD 20745 Directions

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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.

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Great food. We were excited that they had GF hot wings! No issues here.

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Yes

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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.

Celiac friendly?

Yes

Updated 2 years ago read full review

This establishment is NOT a dedicated gluten-free facility and may not be safe for those with celiac disease. Please contact the establishment directly to inquire about safety precautions.

Gluten Free Features

  • Gluten Free Menu

Categories

  • Barbecue
  • Dairy-Free Friendly
  • Keto Friendly
  • Late Night
  • Lunch
  • Paleo Friendly
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout

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Gluten Free menu if you ask. Staff are friendly. if you like a lively sports bar near MSG then this is the place.

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No

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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

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No

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they do have a gf menu now!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/y9r39z35wxq95lx/bj_8thglutenmenu_alt_0223.pdf?dl=0

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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.

Celiac friendly?

No

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