After I explained I would only be drinking wine while my husband ate because of my Celiac Disease, the waitress insisted I look at the Gluten Free menu. I should have known, they listed smoky barbecue sauce as GF though the smoke flavor made with Barley. When I got to the bottom of my salad, I discovered they had only picked the croutons off, the bowl was full of crumbs. I cancelled my Salmon and the waitress was super nasty about it, saying it was not her who put the croutons on. I understand if you cannot accommodate me, but don't lie about it insisting I eat. She never alerted a manager to the problem, and had the gall to ask us to come back and try again. My husband is sad, he liked the beer.
If you don't have celiac, this is a great place - on the water with good food, good beer and local bands. They have a small, gluten free menu - but their kitchen is not gluten free and they don't promise to prevent cross contamination.
Serviceable lunch in an area that tends to be overpriced and underwhelming. Quite a few GF options w/ a helpful server. I wouldn't go out of my way to eat here, but if you're there then it works. Cochinita Pibil tacos are okay. Dungeness crab in season.