I think so. They have a pretty limited menu and the portion of pasta is quite small, especially when you compare it to homeroom . They have only one flavor of cider and most of the food is cooked with beer and/or soy sauce. I go as a favor to my husband, when I don't have much of an appetite.
I've eaten here a few times and never got sick, but the gluten free menu is pretty limited for Celiacs. I usually order the Mac and Cheese - they only use quinoa pasta so there's no risk of them boiling it in the wrong water. The service is friendly and they have a nice wine list. Their menu changes seasonally but the staff is aware of cross contamination, you just have to ask.