Ate here for the first time today, and I am not impressed. The waiter did not seem very friendly to gluten-free needs, and when I asked him if he could tell the chef that I have an “allergy” (the only way people moderately understand), he looked at me funny. I ate the wild west dish, and hours later, I experienced my typical symptoms when I encounter cross-contamination. I do not recommend this place If you have celiac disease.
Moved to 283 smith street, Brooklyn. Food was very good. Had breakfast with a business associate. Both pretty happy. Service was excellent. Only thing I didn’t like was that they brought my steak already cut up. No mention of that on the menu. Also tiny coffee cups. Had to keep getting refills. GF items well marked on the menu, and they will customize anything. Very helpful. Definitely would recommend. Place is very nice. Not too noisy.
A little scary when ordering my food. Server was not very interested... I asked for a GF beer. They gave me an organic and GF beer menu. It said so right on top. There was not one GF beer in it though. So that was a bit strange to say at the least. Then the items on the menu that are marked gf and NOT really gf. They still need to be modified. That makes me uncomfortable. Nice atmosphere and they do make juices. Unfortunately my salad wasn't anything special either. The chicken was dry and not grilled fresh. Oh, surprise, surprise my friends meal had corn in the rice. It did not say that on the menu. She had to send it back. Server did so slightly reluctantly. I would go somewhere else next time for lunch or dinner but I would come back and maybe try a juice or breakfast.
If you're vegetarian and gluten free, there are better options. This place was okay, and had to settle with a sandwich on a gf bun. It's hard to mess up, and is easily something I could make at home, so I'd say keep looking.
The food was good, with good portions. they could also adapt to yor needs. Many gluten free options on menu, clearly marked.