Awesome bbq, everything can be made gf
I would not recommend this location for those with Celiacs. We did not eat here so I can’t speak to the food but we did walk in to order and noticed a small 20 by 20 cooktop that meat and buns were cooked basically right on top of each other.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much/None
Walked 25 minutes to get here, confirmed on this app, Google and their Facebook that they would be open before making the walk. Showed up to a shuttered up restaurant, no sign or message. Kids were especially upset.
They catered a bbq I attended and provided a separate boxed gluten free meal for me. There was chicken, green beans, cole slaw, bean salad as well as a gluten free roll and butter. I was also able to get some pulled pork before it was served. The food was all very good and I had no ill effects. I will definitely be eating from there again.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Nice treat for a quick bite in the run. Very careful practices
Nice for a quick meal. Pulled pork and hot dogs were yummy. Very safe handling.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Cannot recommend this place enough! The owner’s daughter in law has Celiacs and so they are incredibly knowledgeable. The website/menu isn’t very clear on what is/isn’t GF (just says gluten free options), but they were able to walk me through the menu and explain how they work to make things in house that are safe for celiacs. All of their sauces are made in-house and are GF, they have GF hot dog buns, none of the meats have preservatives, and in the summer season they even make GF quahogs!
Have eaten here twice this week. Had a cape cod hot dog with cranberry apple relish and I've had the ribs with the homemade barbecue sauce. The owners, Mike and Linda, are well versed in gluten free.
Close family member has celiac so they are very educated about the gluten-free diet.