As a family, we visited this restaurant many times. Once again it's under new ownership. Don't ask for water unless you want to drink water from an old cranberry cocktail jug that sits in a fridge right in front of our table. That alone should have been an alert! Gluten free options are definitely not gluten free as they were in the past. I promised one of my daughters who is celiac that she could pick the place for breakfast. We made it clear to the waitress of the importance of ensuring our food was not cross contaminated. She gave us her reassurance. My husband's pancakes tasted like sausages. That was another alarm! About an hour after breakfast, my daughter was gravely ill and this continued throughout our scheduled family day. When my husband called the restaurant to inform them, he was rudely addressed by the male owner. Minutes later, his wife called us back and she told him that she was a nurse and understood celiac. Did she? This restaurant & it's owners don't care about the well being of their customers. Who knows what is going on in that back kitchen? Eat here at your own health risk!!!