The food and staff were horrible! The crabby waiter basically told us to get something grilled or a salad. We did, but he still had the fried hush puppies on the plate. My husband and I both felt sick when we got home. Don’t waste your money!
Does not have a dedicated menu of gluten free items. Was limited to obvious gluten free items such as steamed seafood, chicken, and salads. The waitress we had was knowledgable because she was also gluten free.
Awesome atmosphere. No GF menu, but the waitress went out of her way to put a safe meal together for my little boy, and alerted kitchen staff to his needs. Fries were GF in their own fryer.
So far we've had breakfast and dinner with no issues. Staff was aware of restrictions and when they weren't sure on a particular seasoning they brought us out the container to verify. No "specific gf" like bread or a dedicated fryer, but an abundance of offerings in the steamed/grilled/blackened seafood/chicken categories. Since the home fries are fried they brought tomato and orange slices with the omelette. Great place to watch the sunrise or watch surfers in the evening.
Very fast service and waitress knew what I could and couldn’t have when asked.
This is an amazingly cool location. Located on a pier, I thought it would be similar to how Joe's Crab Shack is set up on a pier, but at this place you can literally see the water moving through the gaps in the floorboards under you and watch surfers out the open windows. Don't go here if you get sea sick though, because the whole thing sways. However, we went for lunch which is mostly sandwiches, I got a grilled mahi mahi salad and explained that I'm a Celiac and asked about cross contamination and was told it was fine, but it all seemed a little dubious and that our server didn't fully get it. And then it came out with croutons. So I sent it back and specified that it needed to be remade, which they said they did. My husband and I weren't sure that it was entirely remade or if it was the same fish on a different bed of greens because it came out so fast, but I didn't get sick! Honestly, if you're a celiac, I'd skip eating here because you may not get as lucky and I probably wouldn't take the risk again. However, again, I did not get sick and I've gotten glutened SEVERAL times in this area, so maybe it's not so bad after all. But the seeming lack of gluten understanding had me feeling less than confident about it, and I'm wondering if maybe I just got lucky.
No gluten free menu. When I asked the staff person was rude.
No gluten free menu, but the staff are very friendly and willing to work with you. I went twice and felt fine. I ordered grilled mahi mahi, and the second time I got shrimp. As long as you get your seafood grilled, and avoid the fries you should be good. I got the rice and veggies as a side both times. I was a little hesitant about the rice seasoning, but like I said, I felt fine. If you're not willing to risk it you could get a baked potato too. Fun and casual atmosphere with a beautiful view!