I ate here and enjoyed my meal. I'm celiac and did not get sick.
No food for you at this establishment. If you're interested in a historical experience, this is the spot - staff are both unaware of what gluten is, yet massively triggered by the thought that someone might not be able to eat it, in a way that seems very 2009. Two stars for cider and mead on tap and in bottles - as a place to drink it's fine, just be prepared to eat elsewhere.
Staff acted like it was an inconvenience to them. They do have gf buns and bread but only for SOME sandwiches. Not the grilled cheese though. Would not recommend.
Not very GF friendly. Nice atmosphere but wait staff was not sure if ciders were GF; only one bottled beer was GF ($11); GF buns for burgers; no GF other designation on menu items; no discussion by staff as to what could be prepared GF; no GF designation on salad dressings. Disappointing for a new restaurant.