The gluten free menu denotes what is shared in non-gf-dedicated fryer. Staff were somewhat knowledgeable about making preparations/accommodations for Celiac, but I had to prompt them for each menu item (no croutons, how is fish cooked, etc.) I ordered fish tacos without tortillas, which came out in lettuce wraps. This is my in-laws go to place, and the food is good - but if I had my choice, I’d pick somewhere else to ensure I have a safe prepped meal.
Ask for a GF menu as well as a regular menu, so you can cross-reference ingredients, side selection, etc. The GF menu includes only titles of dishes, not what is in them.
I have now been to Fireworks two times now. The first time I went it was pretty good. I had a wood fired rotisserie chicken I believe. Then I went last night and they were out of the rotisserie chicken so I got the blackened chicken. I have never been more sick. It always hits be about 2 hours after. I had to miss work the next day because I was so sick. I will not go back to Fireworks again.