I ate here a year or so ago but am including it because it was the first meal I had out since being diagnosed with celiac that I felt was equal to meals pre celiac. We had a late lunch (now only dinner) and happened to be able to get a seat. Since I had been diagnosed with celiac at the beginning of covid, I was still getting used to explaining what it was to people and the way I needed my food prepared. Our waitress totally understood - turns out her partner had celiac as well - and she was more knowledgeable then I was about prep of the food for me. We ordered the dips and spreads to start and I assumed I would just have my entrée. However, in addition to the pita, she bought a separate plate of vegetables for me so I too could have the spreads. Also, she reminded my husband and son to use a spoon and not dip the pita to keep me safe. My meal is no longer on the menu but it was revised to be gluten free (a wrap) and presented beautifully and tasted wonderful. I highly recommend this restaurant and the only reason we have not been back is it requires book far in advance to usually get a table. In addition, as safe restaurants for me to eat at she recommended: Capo and Fox and Knife.