I had the ceviche and crab dip and one of those glutened me. (The server said they were gluten free but I could tell he didn’t understand so I took a chance and ate it anyways.) It was likely the chips potentially made in house in a shared fryer. Oysters are generally safe and they have a great daily happy hour starting at 3 on the weekends.
REFUSING to even serve GF patrons, too much hassle and risk according to the hostesa. Never experienced this anywhere. I called in advance to check GF options other than oysters. I was informed they do not have a GF menu, or ANY gluten free options. Additionally, this is where it gets strange, they do not serve individuals that self identify as being gluten free because they make their own bread in house and everything is cross contaminated and they dont feel comfortable serving gluten free patrons. As I was refused service I did not ear here or even get a drink.