Zero stars, but had to enter at least one. If you cannot eat gluten, do not go here. Twice in one year my wife has been served gluten despite having detailed discussions with the server about her allergy. After being assured that they would serve her gluten free food, they screwed up and served food with gluten. She had to go to the rest room and make herself throw up and will likely be in bed for the next three days. Manager was useless, just blaming server for entering order wrong. DO NOT EAT HERE.
Even though it's written in their menu, it's lucky I looked because the waitress didn't know that some dressings are NOT gluten free and then the salad came out with croutons even though I ordered from the gluten free menu with a gluten free bun on my burger.
Buns! For sammiches! Delicious ones! In a bar! With sorghum beer and cider! Cmon people. Borderline safe- they give an honest effort but you have to be clear with them and stay on your toes. Ex: queso on its own is ok but they add fried jalepeno coins and, chips aren't safe (fryer) but they'll bring you veggies slices. Pizza was awesome but made me sick as hell. They admit chicken is no good because of kitchen practices. Stay alert but so good it's worth it. One of my favorite places honesty- friends are actually happy to meet for drinks or dinner here and we get options. Everyone wins.
Ordered a GF salad and it came out with croutons in it, despite my request. I do not have celiac or severe intolerance, so I picked them off and let it go. I was vetting the restaurant as a possible future place to take my celiac daughter, but I don't plan to do that any time soon. I would be wary going here as a celiac, since the restaurant workers don't seem to be well-versed in GF awareness. They do have a bottled sorghum beer called Tweason Ale that many seem to like, if you're just meeting friends for drinks.
Gluten free menu looked good, but I ordered an Ahi sandwich and side salad and got a regular bin and croutons. I sent it back and it came back out in 20 seconds. I had to explain that the food is contaminated once it touches gluten and they have to start over. They apologized and got the re-order right, and the food was good, but if you have Celiac likew, be sure to ask a lot of questions of the server and management
The GF menu has evolved over the last few years, and is now on the back page of the main menu. They now offer Udis buns for burgers and Still Riding crust for pizzas. Salads with grilled salmon over the top are good. Sautéed calamari and grilled wings are good. Tweasonale GF beer on tap and Crispin cider in bottles. Nice that they'll sub grilled asparagus, sautéed spinach or salad for the fries which are not safe. My only concern is potential for cross contamination in the kitchen.