I am gluten, dairy and nightshade free. This was no problem for my waitress who offered me options. I had shrimp cocktail with a mayo horseradish sauce. This was not on the menu but the waitress cheerfully made it for me and then checked to see if it was to my liking. I then had delicious broiled scallops with wild rice and asparagus. Everything was perfect.
Everyone always talks about this place like it is the best restaurant in town. I did not have that experience. My mom called beforehand to confirm that they can handle allergies. As I usually do, to call attention to my order being GF to make sure it gets written down, I stated, "I am ordering off your gluten free menu" before placing my order. My dish (chicken sauté) came out on pasta. Before she walked away, I said, "this is gluten free right? It's like a rice pasta or something?" She said yes. I started to cut into the chicken. She returned to take the dish away because she said the kitchen had goofed. I was very polite and agreeable about it. I would rather she say "let me check for you" than "yes" with me proceeding to dive in. When the meal returned, I had chicken on top of rice with a little more veggies on top. However, under the veggies I could see the exact cut I had made into the chicken before it was taken away. I would NOT eat here again with an allergy or autoimmune intolerance. If I weren't GF, I would also not eat here again because the food was really sub-par for the price.
They do have a pretty large gluten free menu. Enjoyed having gluten free french onion soup, that's hard to find. The food was very good and so was the atmosphere. Only thing that kept it from being excellent was too many sauces on the food for our taste. Filet Mignon was smothered in two sauces that made it hard to taste the meat. Order that on the side if you go there. Atmosphere was very nice.