My waitress was somewhat knowledgable on what things were gluten free, and she was very accommodating by double checking with the cooks. The girl next to us had an allergy to garlic (!) and they seemed to accommodate her needs as well. The food is awesome and delicious! The ambience is very cozy and relaxed.
Highly recommended. Tried this place when Rissoteria was too packed. It's a block away. Even though I was very excited about trying Rissoteria, I think we ended up having a better overall dining experience here. It's a cozy little place that had a jazz band playing when we were there, which was very nice. There is not a special gluten free menu, but their menu marks everything that is or can be made gluten free. They happened to have a steak for two porterhouse special that night that my husband and I shared. It was DELICIOUS. And I am a bit of a steak snob. I was shocked that this little German restaurant had such a good steak. Get the broccoli side. It's amazing. Not kidding. Best broccoli I ever had. They have Brunehaut beer and a cider on the menu. And our waitress was amazing too. The only thing that would make it better is if the sausages were gluten free.
We found this place, a block from Risotteria, when we couldn't get in there! It has a surprising number of gluten-free options, especially for a place focusing on Central/Eastern European cuisine -- duck terrine, steak tartare, beet salad, local greens salad, cabbage salad, Bavarian Sausage plate (if ordered with mashed potatoes), Fisherman’s Stew, Czech-style Roast Duck (they'll substitute potatoes for the dumplings), Stuffed cabbage (again, they'll substitute potatoes if you can't have barley), Mussels with Frites. They even do private pig roasts, and can do them gluten-free.