Asked for a gluten free menu. There was non available but the waitress said "anything on the menu can be made gluten free." Which it totally false as much of it is bar fried food. I asked a few basic questions that she had no idea about and from the looks of the kitchen I opted not to eat and just have a water with my party instead. I would not consider this a safe place for celiac.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Below Average
I have had celiac for 4 years. The hardest part is eating out and not getting sick. I eat at LJs for there gf pizza once a week. And I can say it is the best gf pizza I have ever had....and mIst affordable..and I've had a lot. The only topping that is not gf is the chicken (the seasoning on it). They cook the pizza on a tin pan so it doesn't touch anything else. After 2 years, I have never gotten sick here.
Not impressed. didn't try the gf pizza, which was the only thing on the menu. staff had no clue about gluten free. cooks were willing to accommodate separate cooking of chicken breast. don't think I'll try eating here again.