Ordering process was rather confusing from a gf standpoint. They essentially told me my food would be cooked on the meat-free grill and in the meat-free fryer because those are also the cooking apparatuses that aren’t used for gluten-containing ingredients. I feel like they maybe had that backwards, but I trusted that they know their kitchen better than I do. Fast forward to the near end of my meal and the stomach aches and headache kicked in indicated that I’ve been glutened.
Garlic aioli with the sweet potato fries were tasty, and the gluten-free bun was actually decent but ultimately pointless if the food can’t be made truly gluten free. The burger itself was nothing exciting - got the Swiss mushroom burger.
They were dog friendly and provided a water bowl for my little guy which was very nice of them. However, the outside seating area smelled and looked like it is regularly used by the homeless population as a bathroom. Glad I brought a little mat for my dog to sit/lay on as that can be washed rather than giving him a bath after our visit.
Staff was friendly.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
I asked if the fries were Gluten Free, "yes but they are fried with the other foods (or Onion Rings)... then they are NOT GLUTEN FREE! Gluten free bun was good but I believe I was cross contaminated. Celiacs beware!!
Love this place! I order either a burger or grilled cheese with a gluten free bun! The bun is made locally too. Salads are gf and you can sub croutons for a gf bun turned crouton. Wash it down with a Turquoise Barn cider :)