Just ate here today, and it was my first burger in a year. The have a dedicated menu. However, you need to inform the server that you have the allergy, otherwise they treat the meal as if you are just chasing the latest fad. Once she knew I was allergic, she noted that on my order, and appeared quite knowable and inquired as to whether I had other allergies. So, if you have issues with dairy, it appears they will work with you on that, as well. As for the burger and salad, it was very good and good portions. For sides, you can get salad, tots, chips or fruits (I think). Pretty big selection of foods, to include burgers and regular meals, as well.
The staff is VERY knowledgeable and helpful. I enjoyed my burger. It's honestly one of the best I have ever had, and it's not too pricey. I will DEFINITELY be returning.
Excellent for people who are gluten-intolerant, but limited choices for Celiac sufferers. The staff was up front about possible cross-contamination with tots and fries, so I knew to avoid those. Their gluten free bun for the burgers is pretty good. If I get a burger craving I come here and have a side of fruit with the burger.
Great place to eat on a game night or after a sports event but be extra cautious with the gluten free items. Let them know you have celiac. I love this place. I rate 4 stars because my husband really didnt like the quality of his non-gluten free food for the price.
This place was hopping! 😁 They have a gluten free menu (though be careful, some of the items on the menu may come from a non-dedicated fryer - ask for more info). Anyway, ordered burger off the gf menu with gf bun. It was specially delivered to me with comments that it was specially prepared and kept safe. It was hands down one of the best burgers I've ever had. Great food, friendly and knowledgeable staff. We'll be back.
Street tacos are awesome. Large variety of GF options on the menu but staff is not knowledgable. I have eaten there 3 times and each time I am told something different. I got sick the last time I ate there. My daughters steak came to the table with fries even though fries are not gluten free. My food also had some fries on it from her plate. They gave me potatoes chips that are fried in the same fryer as gluten. I was very disappointed. Went back for a work lunch. Ordered something different and it came with regular bread.
Disappointed in the"GF" choices, that were actually just "remove half of the ingredients" choices. The hummus was obviously made from a dry just add water mix, I would not recommend it. The atmosphere was similar to a family sports bar.
Pretty decent bar food, cold drinks.Informed the server I was celiac and she meticulously assured me she would notify the chef staff, marking the order as an allergy.My order of skirt steak street tacos came out from the kitchen with corn tortilla chips - which come out of a shared fryer. Not celiac safe but it truly seemed like a mistake, as she said the staff were told to change gloves.They have a GF menu available on their site you can look at, as well as GF buns. Fries, chips etc. are not safe so be ready to request a substitute to make sure you don't end up with them.I'd eat here again, but be ready to clarify/educate the staff.
The manger was very informative and helpful with selecting from the menu and took every precaution to minimize cross contamination. Street Tacos were great. I am very sensitive and did not get sick.
They were very helpful in explaining what I could or could not eat. Beware of the gluten free menu. Most things on there are not completely gluten free. They told me, "well, most people can have a little bit of gluten." Teriyaki sauce as well as salsa listed on gluten free menu is not made gluten free. Also, chips and fries on the gluten free menu all are in a shared fryer, so not actually gluten free at all. They did know this and helped me pick something. Unfortunately, I still got very sick.
The staff here was very understanding, they seemed to know the necessary safety measures to take when preparing gf food. They do have a physical gluten free menu to hand you but it mostly consists of burgers and sandwiches with lettuce instead of a bun. It IS a Burger place though so I don't think that's such a bad thing. This past visit I got the chicken tenders because I wanted to try something other than a lettuce Burger. They were chicken tenders without breading and tots on the side. All was well and good until I looked at the bottom of the tots where there was breading from an onion ring or two. I immediately stopped eating and packed up the food to give to my husband. This place is usually very helpful and great with gf but this time they weren't so careful and I got sick.
Great family restaurant with pub and sports bar feel.
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