We have eaten at this restaurant a couple times since moving to town. During Covid they have had a temporary menu...the menu states most meals can be made GF but specific meals are not marked on the temp menu. The wait staff is knowledgeable about what is GF and if they aren't sure about an item there is no hesitation to ask the chef or management.
BONUS!! They serve complimentary Tator Tots when you arrive and the Tator Tots cN be prepared GF with a dedicated fryer.
I’ve eaten here many times and every time have been fine afterwards
They have a separate fryer for tater tots and wings, so they are all GF!!
Tater tots, wings, salads and burgers can all be made GF! Also could get a wrap on a GF bun!! The tater tots and wings are both a MUST! The GF cheesecake is also so delicious!
The owner’s wife has Celiac! I would recommend asking for the manager to explain GF options - she was super helpful and accommodating for us!
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I have severe celiac and I feel confident every time I eat here. I’ve eaten often and never had a problem; but I’m also always very clear ab the seriousness.
Great gluten free tots and fries! However the last time I was there I ordered a burger on a gluten free bun and they brought it out with a regular bun. The kitchen staff even said “gluten free burger” when they brought it to the table. I sent it back and a new one was made. I believe the kitchen staff needs additional training on what gluten free is as I have also ordered a salad and received with a piece of bread on it. So double check your food.
Great place to eat if you have Celiacs GF tater tots, had an excellent stew Also have Omission Beer
dedicated fryer for tater tots. gluten-free burger buns. can eat with confidence
DO NOT EAT AT THIS RESTAURANT IF YOU ARE A CELIAC!!! Supposedly this restaurant regards themselves as "gluten-free friendly". WRONG! I am a celiac. Not just gluten intolerant or following some gluten free fad diet, but a full blown celiac. This facility has proven to be extremely uneducated as to health/allergen risks. Both my son & myself ordered a grilled chicken salad from their gluten free options. The salads came out with a slice of garlic bread laying on the salad. When I noticed the bread, I politely explained to the waitress that they were ordered as gluten free due to celiacs and we couldn't eat them because of the contact. She said "no problem, I am very sorry we will remake those right Within four minutes flat (yes I had glanced at my phone when she walked away with the salads) she returned with two "new" salads and set in front of us. My initial thought was "they cooked the chicken and prepared these that quick?" My second thought as I glanced down at the plate was "holy crap this is the same contaminated salad!" How Did I know? Well when the original salad was set down in front of me I did not immediately look down at it as I was in conversation with another member of my family. I instinctively picked up the salt shaker and began to salt my salad and then I looked down and noticed the bread. Point is, when she brought back this "new" salad first thing I noticed was the salt lying all over the top of the cucumber slices. I wiped my finger across the top of the cucumber to verify as the manager happened to approach our table. I, as you can imagine, was livid. How dare a restaurant put a patrons health at risk to save lettuce on lettuce? It may take me a short while after I eat to get sick but what would have happened to the customer with a shell fish or nut allergy that when they "removed" and re-served the same plate went into anaphylactic shock and potentially died? Very upsetting, the ignorance in regards to knowledge of celiacs. No one understands until you experience the wrenching of your guts for days afterwards or the embarrassing rash that consumes your skin, the vision that blurs so badly that you cannot see to drive. The migraine headache that is so severe you don't know whether to vomit or cry. Or any of the other 300 documented symptoms of celiacs disease. Knowledge about the disease begins by understanding that individuals with celiac disease face a 5-fold increased risk of developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Do us all a favor and don't label yourself something that you are not. Making money should not be worth making unsuspecting individuals sick.
Went to this restaurant to meet a friend from out of town...the menu choices were plentiful they even had my favorite gluten free beer and the staff was knowledgeable
if you want GF beer or cider and GF wings, this is the place. The wings at Liberty are fried, not breaded and prepared in a dedicated fryer, the best. The other big treat and pleasant surprise was soup, soup that was tomato based and richly flavorful. Two food choices hard to come by; a safe place to frequent. This has become my favorite hang out and my fall back when I don't know what to do for dinner. Steve, the owner is passionate about his business and pays attention. Carl is behind the bar and manager,you cannot find two nicer people. Staff are all knowledgable about GF and trustworthy. I love this place.