We came here for brunch. They don't have a gluten free menu or items marked in there menu, but the chef came out to talk to me. He asked if it was an allergy or if I had Celiacs. I told him I wanted the migas. He said he'd make them without the tortilla chips and with corn tortillas warmed on the grill, because gluten doesn't touch it. It was delicious. I couldn't eat the chips that were brought out before the meal, but that's okay.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much