Staff assured me that food would be gluten free but I had a reaction, more than likely due to cross contact/contamination. I’d love to instruct them on how to make their restaurant safe for Celiac because the food was delicious 😑.
This location is NOT gluten free. THeir prep area is not separate, and the guy who cuts the meats for distribution is constantly touching bread, and then touching the large hunk of meat (Brisket, or pork shoulder or whatever). The end result is that while the meat itself may be gluten free, once it goes through the prep area, it is essentially no longer gluten free. IF you have ceiliac as I do, this restaurant is NOT for you. Just a bit sensitive it is probably okay, but for ceiliacs like me, DO NOT GO HERE. This is very unfortunate because the food smells incredible, but I cannot eat it because of the loaf of bread they threw in my 1/2 Rack of ribs (which doesn't help at all).
Allergen menu posted near register to help you make your choice, probably no dedicated prep areas, but most of the meats and all of the sauces are gluten free.
The food was delicious, but the portions were a bit on the small side for the price.
Allergen list is posted right by the register, very helpful. Our order was supposed to have no bread, but it was served anyway. It was in a separate container and easy enough to leave at the counter. Food was delicious but never have I seen such small portions of meat at a BBQ joint for the money.
Many options. Menu is easy to read about what contains wheat and gluten. Letting the staff know I had an allergy was easy. Food is pretty delicious too.
Food just isn't good. Blah and small portions for the price.
I did not find the staff knowledgeable. I read the nutrition info but if I had a specific question they couldn’t answer it. I do not think the food tasted great and I felt very sick after eating it.
I think this is the best bbq around this area. They have a list up by the register showing everything that includes allergens including gluten. I like that all the sauces are gf, but sadly many of the sides including the potato salad are not. I always order green beans and coleslaw.
Good accommodations. Did serve meal with toast despite telling them we needed a GF plate for our daughter who has Celiac. They remedied the situation quickly when my husband pointed out error. That being said, this was the only bbq place we found that had information about allergies on their website.
Allergen list clearly lists gluten and dairy. Decent, fast bbq. Could use a few more choices for sides.
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.