Great burgers but they just closed down.
Gluten free buns and offered gluten free cider as well! They fryers are not separate, but the staff was knowledgable about it.
Pretty consistently good burgers with gf buns available for 1.50. Not sure about cross contamination in the kitchen, separate fryers, etc. They also have Golden State Cider for $7.
These are great people who strive to give you the best ingredients possible, but you can’t go there and be gluten free, certainly not celiac safe. They do have the only gluten free bun I have ever found that tastes decent and stays together the entire time. It’s made by Pure Knead here in Atlanta, and available at Kroger’s along with their bread. They do have a dedicated fryer for fries too. But all ingredients on your burger are most certainly cross contaminated. I am encouraging them to take their gluten free commitment further because it’s a great place to eat.
They were clueless. When I asked what was gluten free I was told the kitchen could be informed I had an allergy but they didn’t know what was gluten free and what wasn’t except that the fries were not gf. Ugh! No gf fries with my who knows if it’s gf or not burger. 🤷🏻♀️ No thanks!
Have eaten here many times, and they are consistent with protecting against cross contamination. Just make sure you ask for the gf bun, that you have an allergy, and the fries are not gf so you would have to get another side. Also I believe the veggie burger is not gf.
The staff was very knowledgeable and accommodating to GF. I personally didn’t think the burger was great though. Very salty and the bun was just ok and it fell apart.
I ate here based on the good reviews, but I must have caught them on a bad day. My instinct was to walk out before my food even came, and as sick as I am right now I wish I would have. The fact that they had headbanger rock playing loudly was very odd, like I said maybe the manager was away and it was just a bad day. The guy who took my order was knowledgeable and suggested the Kale Slaw instead of fries because of cross contamination, but I assume they gave me a bun that wasn’t actually gluten free because this is way worse than cross contamination.
The staff was knowledgeable about their menu and made sure to tell me that they don't have a dedicated fryer for their french fries. They offer gluten free buns and grass-fed, organic, local beef. At the date of posting, they also offered Original Sin Hard Cider, Omission GF pale alr, and wine.
I was excited to try this place since I read such great reviews on the gluten free bun (Honestly, I'll take an Udi's bun over this one any day). Within 15 minutes I was sick. Also, the lady that took our order was rude. We paid a lot for an "eh" burger and a condescending employee. Won't be returning.
Had the gluten free chicken burger with lettuce tomato and onion with sweet potato fries and was excellent! Was visiting the biltmore and found this restaurant through this app. Highly recommend for those who are unsure of where to eat for lunch or dinner. Offers mostly burgers and salad options.
Amazing! There isn't a separate menu but the employees are extremely knowledgeable. if they don't know, they'll make certain that the item in question is gluten free. they have gluten free buns but you can't eat their fries or macaroni and cheese. However they have a lot of side options to keep you satisfied.
Only reason in not giving this establishment 5 stars is they don't have gluten free fries and I think they should!! Yeah Burger in Atlanta does it amazingly well in a very small space. They even offer gluten free onion rings (Yeah!). That said: Great burgers and salads. Nice gluten free buns. But, what's a burger without fries? So, we rarely go there.