I followed the advice of others & got the Jackson St. BBQ baked potato with brisket (no sauce). Tender & smokey brisket. I felt fine afterwards.
Jackson Street BBQ was an awesome surprise at the ballpark. I have a gluten and a dairy allergy and was able to enjoy bbq on a plain baked potato. Unfortunately their bbq sauce is not gluten free but the meat was so tasty even without it.
So I give Jackson Street BBQ 5 Stars for offering GF options and Shake Shack 0 Stars.
Shake Shack advertises GF options on their website and that’s a joke. I went around the entire ballpark and found a sweet server who I walked up to and asked about the Jackson Street BBQ in section 124 when I asked if it was Gluten Free she let me know she has Celiac and her brother worked there also and was very knowledgeable about what I could and could not eat and they did a glove change for me. I had a loaded BBQ Baked Potato with cheese NO BBQ sauce since it is non GF. They also said the turkey legs were GF.
By section 118 Goya Latin Cafe. GF hotdogs and Redbridge beer.
They no longer offer gluten free hot dogs.
Hot dog was terrible. The GF hot dog bun just fell apart, very crumbly.