We checked when making the reservation that they had gluten free options. When we arrived, we were sat immediately, but didn't have a waiter come over for 15 minutes. They had a special Valentines Day menu, so I asked the waiter what my options were for gluten free. He said they had gluten free pasta and could do a variety of sauces with chicken or fish, repeated that a couple of times. I was expecting him to go through the menu and tell me which dishes would be safe for me or that could be altered for me. I didn't feel comfortable with his information, so we called the owner over, and he did go through the menu so I knew what was safe. He said the mushroom risotto would be safe, so I went with that. He did say to make sure to mention the gluten allergy to our waiter so that the chef wouldn't add a sauce to the risotto that might contain flour. He also said he'd check with the chef to make sure mine would be ok. I did as he said, and ate my dish. Sure enough a couple hours later I was sick as a dog and up all night. What a bummer way to spend Valentines Day! Proceed with caution as a celiac at this place. There are a lot better options in Sonoma and Napa, which I will also review!