Great place! The staff was very knowledgeable about gf and asked if anyone has celiacs (which I do). I did not get sick! They no longer have GF chips bc they got rid of their dedicated fryer, but the tacos and margaritas are soooo worth the stop!
We had a very nice lunch here summer of 2016. Our service was great. The waiter was careful to explain how cross-contamination might occur, and even went back and spoke with the chef about what procedures are in place to prevent it. I have looked at the other reviews and agree there is not a large selection available for GF. However, most of the tacos can be had and the tacos, rice and beans were delicious. I have not had a reaction and will go back. They were also very up front about the fact that the kitchen was backed up from an earlier wedding party, which is always appreciated when there might be a wait for your order. Made a return visit in August, 2017. Still good street tacos and knowledgeable staff. Chips are not GF-not cooked in dedicated fryer.
Daughter has Celiac disease and they were very careful. Explained their menu and options, also informed the kitchen staff. Owner (I think) even stopped by and checked with kitchen staff for us. Good selection of unique tacos and cocktails. Family friendly with a fun arcade.
A fun place. The first time I went, I explained the celiac issue & they served me with corn tortillas. I did not get sick. However, the next time I went back and tried to order corn tortillas, the waiter said that they would not be safe due to being cooked on the same surface as the flour tortillas, and suggested lettuce wraps instead. Bummer!
This Mexican restaurant has surprisingly few gf options. It seems more like a tex-mex place than Mexican. the table comes with flour tortillas to nibble on while chips and salsa are $6. Try it yourself and decide but I don't think we're coming back.