Ive been here a few times, I’d say some staff is knowledgeable about allergies and some not. Fries are breaded so beware of that. No dedicated fryer. There is gluten free pasta, gf bun for burgers and other items can be changed to accommodate some allergies. You really just have to ask and stress it. Never gotten sick from eating here.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
The only gluten free option they had is a gf bun... did not seem celiac friendly
Staff is definitely NOT knowledgeable. I had to explain to them about cross contamination, explicitly refuse the fries (no dedicated fryer), question every salad dressing, and request that they do not flour the chicken breast. And this is after explaining that I must eat gluten free. Had to go because I was with family and had no choice but I’ve been contaminated 3 times in a row there even after being assured that precautions were take and the food was safe. In future I’ll order tea and go hungry!
Traveling through NY went out of our way to go to gf restaurant. The waiter informed us the only thing he could call gf was a roll. We left but not after being charged for two ice teas, $6.00.
They offer gluten free buns, work well for their burgers
I just had an egg sandwich that was good!
They don't have a gluten free menu per se but they do have delicious gluten free rolls. I got a bacon egg and cheese on a GF roll and it was so good I had to double check with the waitress to make sure it was gluten free! There are a lot more options for celiacs if the restaurant has a GF bread substitute. I even bought two rolls to go!