No longer offering gluten free bread.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
We waited over an hour and never received our food. The waitress was very nice but it wasn’t clear that the food was safe for celiac - we were initially told any of the sandwiches on gluten free bread are safe, but after inquiring further learned that many of the meats are braised in beer or, for example, the black bean burger has breading in the patty. The fryer was down, so they had prepackaged gluten free kettle chips but we never saw them as our food never came out and we had to leave for another event. When the fryer is working, our server did confirm it is contaminated and gluten-containing foods are fried in the same oil as the chips and fries. We felt bad about leaving, but did tip her and paid for our drinks. The atmosphere was great and I think they had gf cider on the menu, but otherwise it wasn’t a great experience and I’m not sure I trust the food to be gluten-free due to cross-contamination and staff knowledge and training. If we decide to go back, I’ll definitely update my review accordingly.
Nothing offered gluten free. Just went in with my family and ended up leaving.
My husband and I visited for drinks and appetizers late at night after a nearby show. They were very busy even though it was after midnight. Our waitress was not very familiar with the gluten free options (not marked on the menu) but took the time to check with the kitchen and let me know what items were gluten friendly. I ended up ordering the potato skins which were very tasty and a Magners cider.
Three of us, w/ One having celiacs. Gluten free club sandwich w redskin mashed potatoes, fish & chips (Tavern chips) & shepherds pie. All three were great. Gluten free bread was like homemade. Late night til3am
They can make any of their sandwiches on gluten free bread and all of their salads are awesome. Add a steady supply of one of my favorite ciders, Magners, and it's a good time. No dedicated fryers, so grab a side salad if you are celiac.