If you are celiac this is NOT a place to eat. When asked what on the menu was gluten-free the waiter said we have gluten-free bread so you an get French toast. I did get up and leave
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
There are some GF options but unfortunately, I won’t be giving this restaurant a go again. If you’re into old diner style meals, this might be your place.
I got the GF pancakes with eggs and bacon, simple enough. The pancakes and bacon were okay but, even though the waitress said they used cracked eggs, there was something not quite right with them. She said they crack them ahead of time and have them in a large container. My bad, I should have asked for fresh cracked eggs.
Overall, the food was just ok. I know GF ingredients can be expensive, so I expect my meals to cost more but, it was a pretty pricey bill for a family breakfast. Really bummed I can’t give a better rating to this new place.