This review is for LODGE WOOD FIRE GRILL restaurant only!
There were so many options on their main menu labeled GF. Everything that goes in the fryer is gluten-free. The serving sizes are large as well. We got the bbq chicken wings appetizer, quinoa rice wilderness bowl, fries, asparagus, Salmon, Kid’s chicken tenders. Everything was so delicious and some of the best food I’ve ever eaten. Their policy for allergies is the chef comes out to talk to you and figure out what is a good option for you to eat. Very awesome experience.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Not Celiac friendly and not willing to accommodate for cross-contamination concerns. They have a breakfast buffet and an omelet station where the omelets are made to-order In separate pans... but they are not willing to wash pans or cook something different in the back. And obviously, buffets are a no-go. Overall, disappointed. I heard good things before so it’s a bummer.
Went to the buffet for dinner. Asked about gf options and the staff was fantastic. They offered pasta and pizza and dessert gf.
Contacted ahead of time and very receptive. Only real option for meal is sit down restaurant but lots of options including a pizza that wasn't on menu (buffet place also had pizza but I was warned cc could be a problem). Fewer options for breakfast (worried about cc in buffet pancakes) but they let cd daughter bring her own cereal to buffet.
Loved the hamburger buns and salad dressing options! They brought our daughter (celiac disease) ice cream instead of a cupcake to celebrate her birthday and made her special gluten free pancakes! They even acknowledged which items might not be gluten free because of cross contamination at the buffet! Loved the staff and their willingness to double check ingredients for us! We plan on eating there even if we aren't staying the night!
Good menu; plenty of options. Staff were helpful. Burger buns were terrible. Easily the worst I have eaten. I put ketchup on it (no sauces at all on the burger) and it soaked it all in as if it were the first moisture it had ever been exposed to.
Food was fine but not exceptional. Waitstaff helpful but not fully trained in GF. We had to send something back when it came with some bread. Ultimately though my daughter with celiac was fine afterward. The pulled pork was pretty good. Not quite willing to mark this celiac friendly but it was close and we may very well try again.
At the Grille they have GF items. They didn't have the pizza this time but the server seemed clued in and double checked for us. When we ordered a raspberry drink she came back out with the ingredients for us to check over. Very helpful. Pity they were out of pizza!