They try really hard here to accommodate. The food is great and the waiters seem to know what they are talking about! Definitely a fun place to go with the family, but I’m always on high alert for cross contamination!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
They were able to make a ton of their menu gluten free. It was absolutely delicious, until I found non gluten free pasta in my gluten free penne alla vodka. Ended up in bed the rest of the night. We told them immediately and they took it off the bill.
I came here for a meeting last week and ate Penne ala vodka and it was amazing! I was so happy to find other safe Italian restaurant that I'm back again trying the grilled chicken Parmesan.
Although they have many Gluten Free options, my wife and I had a very bad experience there on 1/28/17 and will not be returning. I called in advance and spoke to a manager and was assured that they were “gluten free experts.” When we arrived we had to wait 30 minutes before they finally sat us. We asked to speak with a manager to get assurance that the food was safe, and the owner Chris came over. When we started to ask him questions about the safety of the food, he blew us off, said we were safe and that we were in good hands with our waiter and walked away. The waiter told us what could be made GF and told us they had many GF customers. When we questioned him further about cross contamination and other issues he said to us that gluten is only in flour and there would be no flour in our meals. We told him that gluten was in other things besides flour and he said he had no idea but we were still safe. When we ordered the salad, we said no onions. It came with unions so we had to send it back. They forgot to bring us the meatball appetizer. We asked for the Chicken Scarpiello to not include sausage, but there was sausage in it. They messed up every aspect of our meal and this made us even more nervous eating there. Since eating there my wife has had diarrhea the past 3 days. She definitely got Glutened.