Had dinner on a weekend night at this restaurant earlier this month. They have a separate GF menu, which includes sandwiches you can order with GF bread or as lettuce wraps or neither. They also highlight a number of items on the GF menu that they indicate sensitive people might need to avoid (e.g., mustard on one sandwich). That's a nice touch for those of us celiac sufferers, but unfortunately, that makes up something on about half the GF items on their menu, so really brings down the options if you don't want to get an item without something it would normally have. No appetizers or desserts passed the truly GF tests to make their menu. I had a sandwich with the GF bread. The sandwich was packed, and since the bread was sliced so thin, I had a mess trying to eat it with my hands, so ended up using a fork. It did taste good, though, and I really liked the jalapeno potato pie side dish, although some people might find it too spicy. My dining companions seemed to like their (regular) food. The cobbler looked delicious -- wish I could have had a bite.
a great gluten free menu is available! we went for lunch and they had a wonderful selection of food available for the gf and non gf eaters. they used special handling practices to avoid cross-contamination. very friendly and personable staff. the food was fresh. gf bread is udi's commercial brand, which looks, tastes and feels like real wheat containing bread! we will return.
Really knowledgeable staff. We are regulars. Note that Cesar salad dressing is not gf due to Worcester sauce, otherwise everything is represented accurately. On their gf menu they specify what people with intolerance can have vs celiac.