We had a fantastic dinner at Mike Diana's. Our waiter asked immediately if anyone had any allergies. The menu is labeled with what is gluten-free and what is not. The children's menu had filet mignon kabobs and grilled chicken with mashed potatoes and green beans that were all gluten-free. My daughter loved it all. There are several other options from the regular menu that my daughter could have had, like salmon, salad, chicken, a pickle plate, or more cuts of steak. My daughter wanted to try my steak, which also came with a shrimp cake that was delicious, but not gluten free, so I asked for them to put the steak on a separate plate, and they did (without looking at me like I had two heads). I'd love to see them add gf dinner rolls to the menu. We did not stay for dessert. Tim Buck 2 is a great shopping center for souvenir shopping. (For dessert we opted for gf Dilly bars at the dairy Queen across the street.)
Tried to eat here for lunch. VERY limited menu and all the seafood was fried so unless you want salad, don't bother for lunch.
My meal was delicious. Our waiter was very knowledgable about GFree offerings and options. Most of the fish and steaks with accompanying sides are GFree. I had the yellowfin tuna with a Thai sauce, rice pilaf and green beans. Everyone in our party was happy with their food. Does not appear kid friendly at first, but we had 3 kids under 6 and all were happy.
'Mike Dianna's Grill Room' assured him it was not an issue. Once seated, the menu looked a bit daunting but we were quickly assured by Dianna that they handle many dietary requests, just about everything could be modified and she asked what I was thinking about. Having already passed over the appetizers because most items were fried or contained butter, I moved on to entrees. The shrimp, tuna and local clams had already grabbed my attention so much so that I didn't even continue to read the description of cream sauce over pasta. Dianna asked if I liked green beans, which I do and assured us the dish could be served over vegetables. My husband wanted a side dish substitution with his entree and we discussed a bit more to come up with the final choices. All the while Dianna was patient, full of suggestions, inquired about our likings and assured us it was not a problem nor inconvenience. What a pleasure :)) We dined on a baby arugula, heirloom tomato, blueberry and sunflower seed salad with a substituted vinaigrette. My entree was shrimp, tuna and local clams over mixed vegetables in a garlic white wine sauce. My husband has the strip steak with substituted veggies for the mash and a grilled lobster tail we shared. Dinner was wonderful! Everything was eaten and enjoyed. The atmosphere was calm and inviting.
Not many gluten free choices. Very expensive for the food.... The tip was included in our bill (large party) and the waiter asked for more.... Service was not great....
about 75% of menu was gluten free. the staff was knowledgeable and helpful