No real GF menu, it was handwritten on a piece of paper. Son had ribs and we think he was ok after eating them.
They have a gluten free menu, but it wasnt super "friendly," except for the waitresses overt flirtation (and I mean doing her best to rub against him inspite his steadily moving over on his stool and us both giving her looks). They do not have a paper gluten free menu. instead said waitress took a cell phone picture of it, and quickly ran through it (while being ultra "helpful" with my boyfriend's beer selection), she barely gave another glance and didn't offer me another drink throughout the meal (he had to ask). The piece de resistance was her bringing my food (one of 3 gluten free menu choices) with toast on the plate and touching my food inspite of explicit instructions to let the chef know that I have a gluten allergy. Upon leaving I ended up with a stomach ache, headache, and overall acheyness. I have gluten intolerance and this is what happens when I've been exposed to gluten. I wouldn't suggest anyone with Celiac disease to visit this restaurant.