I had called ahead and was assured that accommodations would be made if I made the staff aware of the necessity to take extra precautions for my order. Since I am also a vegetarian by choice in addition to having celiac disease, I had a bit of a hard time finding a suitable option for me. I ended up ordering the mushroom risotto, although I was told that it had been prepared already, so extra precautions could not be taken anymore. This was disappointing, since I had been told otherwise over the phone. The food was good but not impressive. I have eaten much better mushroom risotto and received a larger amount for the same price or less. In general, the items on the menu, especially the goat cheese tart, seemed extremely overpriced for the amount of food that one receives. I would probably eat here again if left with no other options, but since the staff was not able to confirm that cross-contamination had specifically been avoided with my meal, I can't guarantee that this place is safe for people with celiac disease.
They have just a few GF items but offer a GF bun that tastes Ok - good enough if paired with the salmon or other meat. I had the GF Kale Salad with a side of fresh crab and it was excellent! The waitress and bartender were very helpful about ordering. Great view and vibe too.
Knowledgeable waitress told us that GF items on menu weren't entirely accurate but quickly recited the options. Burger came out with regular him and salad had croutons but waitress spotted it and had kitchen remake from scratch. Neither celiac wife or GF daughter felt any ill effects after lunch. Bummer that fries are cooked in cross-contaminated fryer.