We visited the Tap Room this evening. They have some gluten free options but they do not have a gluten free menu.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I eat here often, always good tasting food. Pizza crusts, buns for any sandwich or burger. Caesar salad is great. No up charge for GF items!! Can be really loud at times.
Offerings were slim. Went during the draft and they decided to give up on the gluten free customers. It was a burden for them to break out an Udis crust for a pizza. It wasn’t crowded and the waitstaff were arrogant. Didn’t care about celiac at all.
Good GF food but wish they would update their GF menu
When we went, they didn't have a separate gf menu but said they could modify things on the regular menu to be safe. I got the ahi tuna and fig/ pancetta pizza. Everything was delicious and I didn't get sick. Our server was very good, checking everything for me. I would eat here again :)
Went here hoping for a late lunch with my boyfriend because I found it here. Unfortunately, my experience was less than satisfactory. Normally I allow a couple mishaps because I get it, restaurants are still adjusting to gluten free customers. However, we had several issues here including the gluten free menu was severely out-dated, and they were out of most items I tried to order. We tried ordering two different appetizers and after waiting for both we’re told they didn’t have them and they only had about three appetizers listed on the gluten free menu. I ordered the veggie burger and instead of telling me they didn’t have the bread so I could order something else, they brought it out without the bun and told me when it was in front of me. My server was great, but that was a pretty crappy experience for me. They did comp it 15% and the street corn dip was good.
No dedicated fryer, so no fries, but Christina, our server, went above and beyond to make sure I enjoyed my meal and ate safely. The corn dip was delicious, served with Toasted Udi’s flatbread. Burger was also very good, served on an udi’s bun. The gluten-free menu was outdated, so some of the items were no longer available, which was a little disappointing, but Christina did a great job making up for it. She brought out a special dessert surprise for our anniversary. I would go back there.
Bar area smelled like cat piss... I wish that was an exaggeration, but then again it’s a beer bar. I would opt for a table next time. Ordered from the “Gluten Friendly” menu - the House Burger. It was served with an Udi’s bun. Waiter confirmed with cook, fries are not safe. They served me a side salad as replacement, but it came out with croutons on it. I skipped the salad. Overall, the burger wasn’t bad, but the staff needs help understanding GF
Someone referred me to this restaurant, thus I decided to check it out when I was visiting from Texas. Upon entering the restaurant, I asked the person at the front desk about the gluten-free pizza. Instead of just answering me, this individual went into the back, consulted with the Kitchen and the manager, and came back and told me that they would use separate utensils, separate sauce, and a separate pan to bake the pizza. They also fried my tortilla chips in a separate fryer. The staff and the manager bent over backwards to make sure that my celiac needs were met. I would highly recommend this place to anybody coming to Nashville - Celiac or not!! The staff is amazing, the atmosphere is great, and the food is just phenomenal. And if you come here don’t miss out on the rooftop bar! Natalie and Paris took very good care of me - many thanks for making my visit safe and carefree!