The staff is knowledgeable but they can only do so much. Theres a shared fryer and most items other than veggies and corn are not GF.
Very little GF options in general. Great cocktails and wine selection.
Going here for a cocktail is definitely the move. The place is sexy inside and i remember it having much better selections on the menu but post-COVID im sure they were forced to change and likely just dont cater very much to a GF crowd.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
I ate here recently, 1 lunch, 1 dinner. The service was superb and the food is excellent. Both times when I talked with the server about gluten free they checked with the kitchen for any item ordered to confirm. They let me know during my first visit that certain items were off limits, and they didn't hav GF bread, but most items could be modified in some way since they make everything fresh in house. One in our party was a vegetarian and they offered to do a veggie tasting plate that isn't even on the menu which she greatly enjoyed. This was one of the few places our group wasn't rushed to clear out and given time and space to eat and enjoy our food.
Very disappointing visit. The owners of this restaurant also own Luna and Prado. Typically restaurants of this caliber "get it" about being GF. Not this one. No GF menu, little understanding by server and very few items besides seafood that can be made GF. They are trying so hard to be unique and different that they are missing the mark on just good food. If you get the Brussel Sprouts be sure to have them hold the granola topping. Yes I said granola on brussel sprouts. The fries are in a dedicated fryer and very good.