Food is good, staff is well trained. We like to eat here a lot. Weekends has a cheap lunch deal 11 to 4 where you get soup and an entree.
Great staff... the bartender has always been my favorite waiter. Very knowledgeable and friendly
I loved going here! they had so many fun drinks (I had a cream soda, which was refillable once). I had a pasta skillet, which wasn't my favorite, but there are still a lot of pastas and pizzas to try... and then I had an amazing chocolate molten cake with ice cream for dessert! it was so nice to have so many courses available (and tasty!)
I did not know they have gluten free pasta now! The also have gluten free dessert!
Gluten-free spaghetti sauce is way too oily. Noodles were extremely grainy and tasted like eating uncooked wheat. Gluten-free desert also very grainy and they add way too much sweetness to try and cover up the texture.
I was happy to see they now have a gluten free menu with gluten free pasta and pizza dishes. I opted for the pizza because I was told they don't always change out the water when they do gluten free pasta so there could be some cross contamination with the regular pasta, not sure how this is ok. When the MANAGER brought out the food he just called it pizza so I asked if it was gluten free just to be safe. He said "uh, yeah." Unfortunately, I ate it and it was definitely not gluten free! It made me so sick! I won't be back since even the manager doesn't care enough to double check food safety.
The restaurant does have a gluten free menu including pizza and 2 types of pasta. We haven't had any issues with food preparation. The only downside is that they start every meal by delivering a loaf of bread wrapped in a wax paper bag. Even if you ask for a GF menu. Hasn't caused problems so far but unnecessary.
The GF menu available online is not all the same as at the Fargo Location. They said all they can do is substitute vegetables for pasta on a dish... but I cannot understand why two pieces of broccoli and a handful of mushrooms was considered a substitute for a full plate of pasta... I didn't get sick, but then again I barely got food at all : (
Ate the gluten free pasta twice. Very good! But even after talking to waitresses each time and making sure that my food would be completely safe, I still got unsafe food. 1st day the kitchen staff brought a full gluten meal, then after eating 3 spoon fulls the waitress noticed it was the wrong pasta and took it from me. The manager came and offered me cake to say sorry... and still charged me full price... 2nd day, I told them what happened the 1st time and they said they would make sure that never happened again. I ate a great tasting meal, and half way through the bowl of pasta... I found 2 gluten noodles! I was so upset, and they just said sorry and felt bad, still chartered me full price, didn’t offer me anything to make it up to me. Later that day I puked for 6 hours. Will never eat there again, even though they have the only gluten free Alfredo I have found. And it’s good. It’s not worth it!
Really good food. Good selection in gluten free menu. Wish they had more options that didn't include pasta edit. unfortunately the second time I went there they screwed my order three times. they included croutons in the salad and bread sticks in the order. I didn't even eat the food afraid they had screwed it also.
Warning! No gluten free menu at this location (unlike others). Waitress clarified they are "gluten friendly" then she goes, "we have a gluten free penne pasta that can be subbed for any of our pasta dishes and that's about it" with an attitude that didn't make me feel too good about not getting glutened... we left.
Wonderful food! They have a handful of options, most offered with pasta. Initially I was told they ran out of gf pasta earlier in the evening but my waiter (Casey) ran back to check and thankfully they had some! He offered to have the chicken scallopini over red potatoes if they didn’t have the pasta. Also had the Gf bread offering prior to main course which was their gf pizza crust with a garlic-cheese on top. I was a little saddened the online menu states they have a flourless chocolate cake but they do not. As an extremely sensitive celiac, I haven’t had any issues and even ate leftovers the next day.
We ate at Carinos in Pigeon Forge this month while on vacation. I had a good GF experience two years ago at this same restaurant so we decided to go back again. They have a gluten free menu with several GF pasta dishes to choose from along with several other GF items. They also have a GF kid's menu. My GF pasta was delicious and my husband said his gluten-filled pasta was great too. Nice atmosphere - unless they sit you back by the kitchen which is very noisy with servers, cooks, and pots and pans.
The chicken caesar salad was great! I was at a restaurant that was supposed to have a gluten-free menu but did not. While my party enjoyed their food, I ordered and went to pick up the aforementioned salad. A lovely smelling loaf of bread (not GF) came with the order which justified the price. Quality taste
Zero stars for this place. Poorly staffed. Coffee machine broken for days but no effort to fix it. GlutenFree salad came out of the kitchen with croutons. Wait staff was sure "all our bread is gluten free" which of course was completely inaccurate. In fact they have no gluten free bread. Stay away.
I'm super thankful for their huge GF selection (and my pasta tasted so good that I actually thought I was going to be glutened until I ended up having no bad reactions!). The bar couldn't make the first few drinks I tried to order (they even said margaritas can't be gluten free...definitely not true) so DEFINITELY ASK before you assume your drink is safe! They must use mixes or swap with cheaper liquor?
I have been here several times and had no problems with the food. Menu is a little limited. Food is entered as an allergy item and prepared separate, but still need to stress the importance of the allergy to staff. Placed a to go order with the manager, and received bread with my meal. When we spoke with the manager, he was irritated and and not apologetic at all. Don't think we will be returning
sadly this place no longer has a gluten free menu. it used to have pretty extensive one. They have gluten free noodles and can make gluten free Alfredo and red sauce according to the staff members. as of right now I'm still waiting to make sure I don't have a reaction.
Do not go here. The website says that they have gluten free options, but they no longer have a gluten free menu. Our waiter wasn't knowledgeable about gluten free things and all he kept saying was they used to have gluten free things. They said they could do a plain chicken breast for my son. They also claim to have a gluten free chocolate cake. That is all he ate at dinner and is now suffering. He had a terrible reaction which kept him up all night. Plus he is feeling awful today. Do not go if you have any issues with gluten, no matter how big or small. They are not trained at this restaurant and they don't care.
I ordered the potato soup, which I found out after my husband received his meal is no longer offered gluten free. All the chicken dishes require the kitchen to not add flour to be gf and I did not trust that they would actually help me be safe, so I did not eat.
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