The server was excellent and made sure my ribs and sweet potato were prepared safely. It was very good. Feel free to ask for the manager if you have questions.
I was apprehensive about dining at Cody's, we'd eaten there for years pre celiac diagnosis & all I could think of was their amazing rolls & how could they be a safe place for me to eat?! I googled their menu, was sad to hear that there was no longer an advertised a GF menu but individual locations may still participate, so they recommend calling to speak with a manager. I called a few hours ahead, spoke with Scott who assured me they could absolutely accommodate my needs & were well aware of what that meant. I was pleasantly surprised, maybe even shocked, at how nice they were & how far they went to ensure my safety! Scott explained that all of their steaks & non fried chicken items can easily be safe, just refrain from using their signature grill sauces. He said there are seafood options too but I wasn't untested in hearing them lol. My server was Lise, she was amazing too. Really seemed to understand my anxiety & made me feel at ease. They even went so far as to cut me a fresh NY Strip steak just to ensure no possible cross contamination could have occurred! She made me my own bowl of salad, prepped separately & fresh just for me AND carried my food out before any of the gluten filled plates of the others in my party! I had such anxiety when I walked in but left feeling great! Truly the first time dining out since my diagnosis that I wasn't treated poorly due to the extra work they had to do & was actually made to feel welcomed & safe! They even reiterated when I left to come back any time & they will be happy to accommodate my needs again! I definitely recommend this specific Cody's to anyone else still anxious about eating out!
I get along well on their Fajitas on two-for-one to on Wednesdays. But they don't have a GF menu, house salad can be ordered w/o croutons, but your waiter might forget. Not sure they have dedicated GF pans, etc.