We went there as one site said they were gluten friendly. In short the waitress had no idea what we were talking about. They ended up making us something but by then I felt nervous. The setting is like an elks club for the Irish
Just spent a great weekend at the Cape Cod Irish Village. I explained to my servers my Celiac concerns with gluten. They were very knowledgeable. For breakfast I ordered the ham and cheese omelet. They assured me it was safe and also that the home fries were safe. They also offered gluten free toast. For dinner they had the chef come to my table. He stated the sirloin, and the prime rib were safe as well and many of the seafood dishes. I went with the sirloin also had mashed potato and squash. No reactions. Great dining experiences.
Cape Cod Irish Village has a variety if gluten free options for both breakfast and dinner. The Tipperary (steak) Tips might be my husband's favorite food from anywhere ever. Ask for details/confirmation, and/or make sure your server is one who is there all year rather than just for the summer, and you will be safe. The kitchen staff knows how to make GF food truly GF. They have GF toast for breakfast, but primarily you want to go with the naturally GF options, of which there are many. After all, it is Irish food, and the reason so many Irish people have Celiac's is that wheat cultivation came there very late. So this is a much better place to go for the meat and potatoes (or lobster!) than just about anywhere else. Also, when you go for a late dinner, you get to enjoy a really fun (and excellent) concert and pub sing-along.