We received a clearly marketed gluten free ticket for food. Service was excellent. Both my daughter and myself both have Celiac and had a great time and gf meal. Food is served family style. We had fruit cup and gf roll as the app, seasoned baked chicken, mashed potatoes, cole slaw, corn on cob, and gf brownie for dessert.
— Separate gluten-free menu
Had an excellent meal! I got a gluten free roll, and fruit cup when the rest of the table had a regular roll and soup. I was given my own separate grilled chicken. I was able to get most of the sides. Then I got a gluten free brownie! The gluten eaters had pudding. It was so good!
— Separate gluten-free menu
When we ordered tickets, they told us I could eat there. However, when we got there, the kitchen manager informed me that it is not at all safe for celiacs, and I could not eat. Super disappointing!!!!
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
The staff were very knowledgeable and my meal was great! Everything but the chicken, rolls, and soup is ok to eat! They even brought me some grilled chicken, but the pulled pork was so amazing, I didn’t really eat it. The waitress also brought me a delicious GF brownie with whipped cream for dessert! And my meal was served with a warm GF roll! Heaven!
I really enjoyed the show and the meal. I could eat all the sides they bring (mashed potatoes, pulled pork, and corn) except the soup, roll, fried chicken and pudding. My server brought me baked chicken instead of the fried chicken. It wasn’t great, so I ate the pulled pork instead. The server also brought me a gf brownie for dessert. The server offered a fruit cup in place of the soup but never brought. Make sure you go hungry because it’s all you can eat!! I’m celiac and didn’t get sick but I’m not very sensitive to cross contamination.
My husband has celiac and when I purchased tickets I made sure to say he needed to GF meal. When picking up our tickets, they gave us a special ticket to give the waiter that said GF meal. Our waiters were great and acknowledged and took special attention to my husband. He had fruit, GF dinner roll, baked chicken and all the fixings are already GF. He got a brownie at the end. He said the food was great and had no reaction. Cousin Aaron and Cousin Dustin that served us were great!
I purchased my tickets in advance and indicated I needed a GF meal. After informing our waiter I was GF as well, he served me soup. I asked if it was GF, and the waiter’s response was “oh, don’t eat that or you’ll die.” When I informed the second waiter that I was GF, he offered me banana or chocolate pudding, when I asked if either was GF he said “oh I forgot, no.” The waiter then gave our table their food and said he’d be back with my GF meal. I waited for 20+ minutes while my table ate, to then be served a chewy piece of baked chicken, soggy fruit, and a roll. When I asked if that was my whole meal, he said “oh everything else is GF besides the baked chicken.” That would have been nice to know prior to me waiting over 20 minutes to eat! My table was pretty much done before I even started. I appreciated having a GF roll and dessert with my meal, but service was awful and I was treated like a huge inconvenience.
Oh my goodness! So good that I would like to order takeout but they don’t do that! First time to get a GF roll and dessert!
The staff is knowledgeable and helpful, but the quality is not worth the price you pay. The baked chicken and GF biscuits are good. The mashed potatoes are from a box, corn on the cob was the type you get frozen, and the BBQ was salty. The worst offender was the GF brownie. It was terribly sweet and had a weird taste. All in all, I would skip it.
When we bought tickets for the Hatfields and McCoys Dinner Show, they put right with my reservation that I had to be gluten free. I again told my server when we arrived. She took special care to assure me a gluten free dining experience. The chef even came out to greet me and told me about the precautions he takes in the kitchen.
The table coleslaw, corn, potatoes are GF. They bring baked chicken, gf rolls, and fruit to replace the standard options. The have a GF brownie for dessert. Better than I would have expected, was pleased.
Was so excited to go to this show but when my husband talked to the box office to request gluten free, he was told that someone who is severely sensitive "shouldn't even come in the building".... after researching more shows in the area, we ended up at Dolly's Dixie Stampede and it was very Celiac friendly.
Great meal and I didn't get sick! They offered gluten free rolls, a fruit cup, baked chicken instead of fried, pulled pork, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, and a brownie for dessert!! It was great!
Fantastic meal, fantastic service, thank you cousin Bry! Loved that GF brownie dessert!