I have the final verdict on this: the corn tortilla chips are fried in the same oil as the Chile rellenos, which have flour in them, so they are not celiac friendly. They have a separate gluten free menu, however, and my server was knowledgeable and alerted the chef as well. The other restaurant staff (hostess, bartender) were not as knowledgeable. The gluten free menu includes lunch and dinner in one, and not all the dinner items are available for lunch (like seafood), so I would suggest going here for dinner, since you’ll have more options.
There is a separate GF menu. The server was very helpful and the food was very good. Contrary to other comments here, we were warned off the chips because of a shared fryer but the rice was included, even though it was a GF order. We did not think to ask but it may be GF, after all.
Love this place. Server was very helpful. For celiac, do watch out for the chips. The frier is shared with the chili rellenos which are in a batter, so they may not be gf. Ask and they can tell you. I had them and they were okay. No reaction!