Best thing my my body ever decomposed🥳🤩 must try Hot Dog no bun with French fries 🍟
I told them I was Celiac and my ribs were served on bread The server said she could just take the bread off. Don’t eat here if you have Celiac’s
Most the items on their “safe” list actually contain gluten 🙄. I got a plain baked potato. Every bbq sauce has gluten in it. Fruit salad was canned fruit cocktail.
I talked with the staff, thoroughly explaining how I am celiac and very sensitive. They made amazing accommodations, one waitress was very knowledgeable about gluten allergy and very helpful. I asked for the brisket with the broccoli salad and a baked potato. Also I asked for no bread on the tray and a glove change for my meal. She even went to the back and told the chef about the adjustments herself to make sure everything went well. 10/10.
Asked for gluten free items and was given list with allergy info. Ordered grilled chicken, baked beans, and cole slaw. All were listed as gluten free. When food arrived was on bread. Tested items with Nima gluten sensor and chicken and baked beans tested positive for gluten. When asking to speak to manager he stated the “baked beans are listed as gluten free on the allergy list but we add soy sauce to them. A little isn’t going to hurt.” He then pointed to another listed and stated this says they have gluten. I informed him we were told they were gluten free. Did Not seem to care. Will not be eating here again.
Wanted to like this place because it's close and a neat setting but really just not impressed.
I really wanted to like this place, but sadly I did not. We went on a Monday night and it felt like everyone was drunk. We asked one of the servers if they have gluten free options because I have a gluten allergy and he said yes , and that there is a list at the counter with items that contain gluten. Great! we looked over the menu for about two minutes and went to the register where we ordered from the SAME person we originally asked about the gf options. we looked over the gluten containing items list and I got the pulled pork on a tray and a loaded potato with broccoli salad.. no where under the tray items did it say anything about bread. I confirmed with him again, that I was ordering gluten free. My fiance ordered a fried chicken sandwich and the server asked if he wanted everything on it.. he said "yes, however it is recommended on the menu".
5-10 minutes later a girl comes out with our meal which consisted of: pulled pork on two big slices of bread with my loaded baked potato right next to it and a broccoli salad in a small cup.
my fiance's was two pieces of fried chicken on a bun with nothing on it.
what a joke... not going back.
My 7 year old loves it here. He has type 1 diabetes and celiac. He loves that they have a dedicated fryer for French fries.
Had the loaded potato with shredded pork and hot BBQ sauce. No issues after eating. Would recommend for celiac. There is an aldi next door as well with good GF options. Fwiw.
They have a list of what DOES contain gluten, which isn't too much, so there are plenty of options. Definitely a reasonable place to eat.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Well the baked beans were supposed to be gluten free but I found multiple macaroni noodles in mine.
Allergen menu but essentially everything has gluten or is prepared with items that have gluten including their dry rubs. Ordered salad at their suggestion but covered in croutons. Not knowledgeable. Not safe if celiac.
Virtually no options for celiac. Family enjoyed (but not celiac).
— Not at all
— Separate gluten-free menu
Love Jack’s, but apparently there is a debate Jack’s vs Martin’s in Nashville. We tried Martin’s for the first time. There was a LONG line, and they just opened, so we sat at the bar rather than waiting since we were flying back home that afternoon. The bartender was able to point out everything that was GF on the menu. He even let me know what sauces I could have (not many as compared with Jack’s). Overall, awesome place.