The servers/cashier are not educated with respect to gluten, so don't ask. The menu has a "Gluten-Free" section, but it's NOT actually gluten free! There is beer in their BBQ sauce (all of them), so anything with BBQ sauce has gluten. I did ask about this on two separate occasions, and both times the response was "well, this more like a gluten-sensitive section" and I said "but the ingredients literally have gluten in them!" Also, the fries are in that section, and it's not a dedicated fryer so there's definitely contamination there. Anyway, as long as you get things that you know are ok (baked potato, corn on the cob, plain meat (no sauce), salad with no croutons), you should be fine - but it's not much and sort of defeats the purpose of going. Because they don't know what gluten is, they don't take any precautions against contamination. Be sure to ask ask ask! It's excellent food for people who can eat gluten, and probably for the mildly gluten sensitive (and can handle contamination or beer), but not for celiac or truly gluten-intolerant.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
Menus have an added insert specifying which items were gluten free. However, our server was so uninformed about gluten that she thought it had something to do with sugar! She willingly admitted she knew nothing about gluten (this fact was very obvious). I ordered from the gluten free list on the menu and have been ill with horrible GI problems since eating there. It’s now 16 hours later and I’m still not well.
Foods good. They have a sign by the cash of what’s gf. Not alot of options, but the brisket and pork are gf.
Delicious! Staff was very knowledgeable of celiac considerations.
The staff was very knowledgeable about what was gluten free. All of their meats are gluten free and I had a baked potato as a side. Ribs and chicken are absolutely delicious. Barbecue sauces are not gf but you don’t need them. Perfect place to go after a day kayaking on the Colorado river!