All their gluten free options were made in beer! When I brought this up to the waitress, she said "well they aren't totally gluten free but mostly". They tried to make the excuse that they are becoming more of a brewery so they are using more beer in their cooking. This would be fine if they did not label things gf. I had to leave. Fortunately I thought to ask what "amber roasted" meant.
I went because I wanted seafood but almost all of the seafood dishes contained gluten and they would not prepare them differently. They have a few gluten-free dishes and if you want scallops or some other seafood that they like to serve with a sauce, it's too bad. The wait staff was uninformed about gluten and took quite a while to figure out if there were any gf deserts, after already delivering the desert menu having forgetten again tgat we were gf.
Pricey, but good!