Limited choices but they have the allergen menu handy for referencing menu items. Best finds include soups, chicken salad and salads.
We went to this location because the gluten-free menu had some tasty looking options. I don't know (and don't want to risk finding out) if the issues with the menu were related to gluten or not. All I know is the food there made both my husband and I sick. All we had in common was possibly salad dressing base. So, either there was something gone bad in his food (he can eat gluten)and something glutinous in mine, or something wrong with the dressing. I am not willing to risk it again to find out.
Note: I have food allergies to wheat, beef, and some nuts. I do not have celiac disease. They have a folder that lists what allergens are in which dishes (ask a manager). I have sent salads back that had croutons and they are always nice and apologetic. Cross contamination is an issue but they said beef and chicken are cooked separately and I did not have a reaction.
when i asked for an allergen menu they sent a girl out with it that is also gluten sensitive. she was very nice and said they are currently working n on gf bread. the chicken salad and red quinoa salad and all the other salads with no croutons are all gf. i ordered the chicken salad that came with a slice of tomato and a side. i also ordered the bean salad. both good
The staff isn't willing to help you besides rolling their eyes and looking at the allergen list behind the counter. I never saw it myself and when I asked to speak to a cook about specifying ingredients, the girl at the counter ignored me. Not many choices for those with allergies. I also asked for no croutons, and that wasn't done either. Everything is iffy, but I risked the Southern Salad.