There is a limited gluten free menu. However they can modify many items if you ask. If your wait person doesn't know that there are accommodations that are possible please ask to speak to the chef. I have had a delightful burger there. No bun of course. Also had salmon which was delicious. It can be pricey for dinner. I have eaten there for many years and never had a problem and I am very sensitive to even a crumb of wheat or any other type of gluten.
The menu has gluten-free items labeled, but the selection is small. However, when I said that I had celiac disease, the waitress's face lit up, and she said we have a wonderful gluten-free special. It was flounder stuffed with crabmeat (no breadcrumbs) on a bed of sweet potato hash. It was delicious, and I had no ill effects. There was one gf dessert: creme brulee with berries, also very good. The restaurant itself is hip and noisy, right on the Intracoastal, and quite expensive.