Menu has (GF) after items that are gluten free. Most sides are GF. All the crab legs.
I have celiacs and this place worked with me. I had the Dungeness crab with drawn butter and the low country boil on the side. I had no problem, but my advice is to stay away from anything from the fryer. It's cross contaminated. My food was really good.
Ate here for lunch. They had a few GF options, BUT their fries are marked GF, but other things are fried in the same fryer (according to the waiter), so I'm not sure they really know GF. My very sensitive celiac daughter had the chicken tenderloins, smashed potatoes and ranch dressing and had no reaction. I'm not sure the food was good enough for us to return, GF or not.
Restaurant was ok. I have 7 food allergies including gluten (CD), tomatoes, broccoli, peas, almonds, pork and avocados. I also have IBS so salads are out. I had steamed shrimp and grits. The grits were pretty good. The shrimp steamers were peel and eat which was a mess to eat. The quantity of food wasn't good. My friend that I was dining with said her fried fish was just "ok". There are better places. Check out Barefoot Bernies. They had a big GF menu.
Anything that was gluten free was labeled "GF" on their menu, which was nice but most of it was entrees. Wouldn't recommend for lunch unless you want a salad or want to spend $15+ per person on a single item. Staff wasn't the friendliest either. Atmosphere was lame. Worked in a pinch, but wouldn't come here again.
Gluten free items are clearly marked on the menu. There are options to substitute side dishes for gluten free. They carry Red Bridge beer as well. Our waitress was also a registered nurse and knew all about gluten free.