When I asked about gluten free, the woman taking my order asked the cook “do you use flour in anything.” As any celiac knows, gluten is hidden in more than flour. But I ate here anyway because bbq is usually safe and another reviewer said he had no trouble.
I had the BBQ brisket baked potato. It was okay. I’ve had better and this place was featured in Texas Monthly as one of the best but it was just average imo. We also paid $71 for our family of 5 so it’s frustrating that the price/quality don’t meet up.
The beans my husband ate were just plain ranch style beans you could get in the grocery store.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Ate the brisket, cole slaw, and potato salad with no issues. Did not try the sauce or ask about ingredients, as I prefer bbq that doesn’t need sauce! As a celiac I had no issues with the food.