I am a big fan of the gluten-free pizza, which I order at least once a week. I haven’t had any problems and I believe the staff try very hard to do the best they can.You might also try the weekly prime rib specialwhich if you leave off the au jus is fine.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Waiter very knowledgable and was more than happy to verify questions with the kitchen. Menu well marked.
Main menu is marked and there is a separate GF menu. We each had a very large "small" spinach salad and shared a GF pizza - crust was similar to a flatbread crust and was a regular pizza size, not a tiny 10" crust. We have been here twice in the past couple months and no issues either time.
Is open on Mondays which is great as many of the restaurants in Mount Airy are closed Monday.
— Separate gluten-free menu
They have a gluten-free menu with many choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Definitely don’t have a separate fryer, so avoid the fried foods. But you’ll have plenty of options. I’ve eaten here many times and have never gotten sick.
This not gluten free. The gf menu clearly says shared equipment and fryer. My meal just consisted of a bowl of spinach. Very disappointed. Don't waste your time if your celiac!
Nice hometown atmosphere and a variety of GF options from breakfast foods to dinner. I have eaten there dozens of times and have never gotten sick. The regular menu has gluten-free options indicated as well as those that can be made GF on request. (In the winter, the best table is next to the fireplace!)