They have a new chef, Heather, who is amazing. My family typically goes here for Easter brunch and I was dreading this year after getting diagnosed with Celiac in November. I had spoke with the manager beforehand, and she assured me there were options, but I was still nervous (I've been told that before many times). My mom called and followed up and was informed their new chef was very knowledgeable about gluten free foods and cross contamination. When we arrived, I asked about our options, and the chef came out personally and read what was available on the brunch menu that was GF and also offered to make us anything we wanted custom for no extra charge. We got a few things from the brunch and then asked for a pasta dish to split. The food was all delicious, and then I waited, expecting my normal migraine/GI symptoms/brain fog combo and.... it never happened. I ate the leftovers the next day and nothing again. So glad we have another restaurant to add to our short (but growing) list of safe places!