Only 3 things on the gf menu. Soup, chicken and kids chicken. They don't seem to care about allergies.
Absolutely no selection. Don’t bother coming. No knowledge on gf either.
My family actually chose this over eating at the cheesecake factory simply because their menu selection we saw online. We had excellent service here. Our waitress gave us the allergens menu immediately upon request, which has a number of options. I liked how this was the same menu available online, so I could have any questions for the server prepped in advance. This has always been a place that will accommodate to any needs, wheather a person has allergies or not. Items on the gf menu can even be paired with those on the power play card deal, so this is nice if you are interested in their eat-and-arcade-play promotion.Consistantly great food quality and hosting. Also great smoothies, and free refills on the drinks. Another great thing is that most restaraunts will place you right near other parties; D&B *does* seperate parties, making it a very unique and exclusive experience. We sat in the dining room area, and I cannot guarentee this for the sports bar or arcade area, which unlike the dining area, is expected to get very crowded on any regular weekend or weeknight.The chef even made sure to not add any embellishments onto my meal to avoid cross contamination. My father even ended up ordering the same meal I had (black jack bbq chicken, even though he is not even gluten intolerant like me), and he was overly pleased with his meal just the same! We would love to see more menu options in the future.
Both the server and the manager indicated they had no faith in the kitchen staff to make a safe food modification. The menu says they have GF buns, but they pretty much shook their heads. If they were any less confident, they probably would have told me to eat elsewhere. This is especially sad because I ate here two years ago twice. During the pandemic, the menu has shrunk a lot. Both items I used to eat are gone. Since they had little confidence in the kitchen to even leave a bun off a sandwich, I ended up ordering the Cantina Nachos, one of the few GF items. I wish I’d known the calories on that before eating — blew my entire day’s worth on that (2400 cal for the whole thing). The nachos tasted fine, salty and the spice builds up. I’m grateful to the waiter and manager for being honest. It was a slow weekday at 4:30pm, so if it’s a busy weekend, forget it! Maybe they’ll soon hire new cooks? Use caution here!
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
I went here and I told them that I have celiac disease. The staff was knowledgeable about the disease and prevention of cross contamination. I did unfortunately get exposed to gluten but I think someone that is less sensitive would’ve probably been fine. They are very knowledgeable about allergies and even have an allergy menu
— Separate gluten-free menu
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
I've been here to play many times, but ate in restaurant once, the gf menu was very boring, came in a large group, everyone's food looked amazing , while I had one boring salad. Did not get sick, but not a great menu, so prob wont eat here again.