Very helpful, understanding employees. Took the proper cross contamination precautions for my food (they have some gluten free items). It tasted great and I didn't get sick!
I have enjoyed the meat and barbecue sauces. Ask for the allergen menu. Remind them you do not want bread.
They can cover GF but don't take care of Celiac's . Bread gets put on plate, seams like I get Gluten contamination everytime. No matter which City BBQ
They usually give an extra side since we cant have the bread sides.
City Barbecue has QUALITY meat that has no gluten in it. They also have a lot of sides to choose from that do not contain any gluten. The cashier has an allergen list that you can look over before ordering. Basically they're ingredients are fresh and not processed.
You can scan the barcode to get a menu with the allergens listed. I ordered the pulled chicken and baked beans.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Most of the sides are off limits (bummer), but the meat is sooo good. I got brisket and pulled pork and can happily recommend both. Btw there is a lot of outside seating (no heaters though). Staff seemed relatively knowledgeable. I will be back for sure!
Today I called asking them to just avoid cross contamination while packing our food. The moment I said my son was celiac; they instantly put me on the phone with the manager, David. He was amazing to talk to. We were just ordering pulled pork for my son-he offered to go to a new shoulder and cut it fresh so there would be no chance of it already having shared knives on it. We are new to this journey and eating our. I didn’t ask about the runs used on the meat. But I felt really good with the experience we had and that they had some thought put into it .
Edited to say-we placed our order at 3:30. So, to cut into a new shoulder at that time of day is relatively easy.