100% of 5 votes say it's Celiac friendly

737 West Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60661 Directions

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Celiac
7 months ago
Celiac friendly

Stopped in for a networking event, and was pleased that the server knew all about celiac and guided me through the menu. Ordered a kielbasa with kraut, no bread. Dedicated fryer for handcut fries! Meal arrived with sausage on a piece of really good seeded GF bread. No cross contamination after. Will be back!

Celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Menu has Gluten-Free items identified and additional items can be prepared Gluten-Free by omitting bread. I had the Diner Style Brined Burger without a bun and it was very good; had no reaction. They have a very nice selection of Gluten-Free or Gluten removed beer in bottles and Gluten-Free ciders (none on draft). Server was knowledgeable and friendly; said their fryer was Gluten-Free, but I did not try any fried items. Great to be able to visit a brewpub with non-GF friends and have many Gluten-Free food and beverage options. (Bonus item: they are opening a new location soon in Bridgman Michigan).

3 years ago
Celiac friendly

came down from out of town for a show and told the waiter about our night and was very adamant about being gluten free. he said they have stuff that can be GF but I wondered so I mentioned it again about being GF. After eating I got really sick. Ruined my night. I would be cautious of this eatery.

Gluten Free Features

  • Beer
  • Celiac Friendly
  • Gluten Free Menu

Categories

  • Late Night
  • Restaurant

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3 years ago

Went with roasted chicken (no gravy) & broccolini. Both were great. They also had a good selection of GF beer - I had the New Planet raspberry ale and it was delightful.

Not celiac
4 years ago
Celiac friendly

Lots of GF options, including GF bread/buns for all sandwiches. Owner's wife has Celiac, so they're very conscious and prepare everything in a designated GF space! Plus, carrot cake was to die for!!

Celiac
5 years ago
Celiac friendly

Great BBQ and they use a dedicated fryer so I got to have awesome fries. The only issue was the gluten free bun used didn't hold up to the sauce. What else do you really expect from a gluten free bun though? Server was helpful and said the manager and another person there was gluten free so it put me at ease before ordering.

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