Pittsburgh, PA. What was once a 5-star review is now a one star review. The bartenders insisted my beer was gluten-free but it was actually gluten-reduced. I asked twice and they confirmed twice. I only drank a half of that one beer and I got SO sick. I called the restaurant when I got home and they said the manager was too busy. I left my number, and more than 24 hours later- no call. Nice!!! I emailed corporate and they said they would train their staff again but they didn’t so much as offer to replace my beer. Thanks!! Going to Red Robin (they also have a dedicated fryer👍) from now on. P.S. don’t let them tell you that the gluten reduced beer is only 10 ppm either because the testing method that those companies use is flawed. It is meant for solids not liquids. This is why even the FDA will not allow the beer to be called gluten-free even though it is under the legal government standards of 20 ppm (or so their flawed tests would ‘show’). Also, the enzyme used to break down proteins in the beer leaves all of the gliaden in the beer so it can still easily trigger an autoimmune response. Finally, since the beer was on tap it would have been cross contaminated in the beer lines/tap by other gluten-containing beers, right? I had to miss work the next day because of my gluten hangover. Thanks so much Fat Heads!!
After learning that I’m intolerant to gluten, I was so excited to find out that Fat Heads has an extensive GF menu! They took precautions and even brought my meal out in a different colored plate, so it wasn’t confused. They were able To make the majority of their sandwiches using GF buns. I will eat here again next time I’m in Pittsburgh!
HUGE gluten free menu. I was just diagnosed a month ago and I’ve been here twice already. They have GF appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, etc. I’ve had the cheesesteak and the chicken pineapple sandwich and both were delicious. The staff is very knowledgeable. They put non-GF meals on white plates and GF meals on green plates. It’s a brewery so they have tons of beer of course but a few ciders too and a full bar.
The waitress was not pleasant and said 'oh your a gluten free'er' But... The food was good and menu pretty big with a lot of options even appetizers! We had bacon cheese fries and sandwiches a cheesesteak and college fund(I think was the name). Very large and served with homemade chips. GF roll was very good and very fresh! We aren't from the area and I can't say unwound drive here to eat there again but good for something different!