Gluten free is labeled on the menu but there were constant mess ups. They put fries on the gluten free kids grilled cheese. Pretty sure they just wiped the fries off and reserved the plate. We cut off the crust l. Thankfully my kiddo doesn’t show signs of celiac like his mom. Crab cakes have crackers in them (menu says items in that section can be gluten free). I ordered mashed potatoes and they put gravy on it. I asked if it was gluten free. The server said probably. And I asked her to clarify with the kitchen. It had flour in it. I ended up not eating anything at all and leaving hungry. Perfect combination for a pregnant woman.
Girlfriend came home feeling weak and threw up after eating the GF waffles. I had the same and was fine. She is not celiac just sensitive to gluten. Staff was helpful while we were there and the reviews for this place were stellar. Could very well be an unknown allegory or something but I would make sure to ask about cross contamination if you go.
You wouldn't expect this southern-style restaurant to be so gluten-friendly, but it was impressive. Serves breakfast and lunch, 6-3. They have which items can be prepared GF clearly marked on menu with a GF symbol. GF items included Belgium waffle (freshly cooked), sandwich bread, wraps, and burger buns - thus, many of items on the menu could be prepared GF, especially breakfast, which is served all day. Plus omelets, bacon, etc. The staff was knowledgable and assured me that they have a dedicated GF waffle iron, and the menu notes that “they try to keep their gluten-free items separate”. It sounds like most of their breads were Udi’s; the waffle mix (she showed me) was Golden Malted GF Pancake and Waffle Mix. They had a pre-packaged brownie and choc chip cookie at the checkout counter, which were “David’s” brand. Server said they dont do pancakes since their griddle isnt big enough for a dedicated area (which tells me they are trying to do things safely!). The GF Belgium waffle cost $1 extra (regular waffle $4.99), which wasn't noted on the menu. Very warm, friendly staff.
I was really excited about this place. They have a great breakfast menu with lots of gf options but not celiac safe. My omelette came out with home fries on it. The home fries are not in a dedicated fryer so I asked for them in separate plate for my kids. A different server brought them out and was completely unaware of why this was a problem. She told me potatoes don’t have gluten and asked if I wanted the omelette on a new plate. After talking they made me a new omelette. The waffle was in a dedicated waffle maker but was not very good. They have Udis toast but not sure if it’s in a dedicated toaster. Couldn’t get a clear answer on brand of syrup and if it was safe.