Stopped in late for a quick bite in the middle of a road trip. Extremely welcoming staff. They offer gluten free bread for their sandwiches and burgers, which was delicious. The “frites” (fries) are gluten free, although I didn’t ask about the fryer being shared. But I didn’t have any reactions to the food. It was a great experience, and I’d definitely revisit!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I’ve been here several times and had a great experience each time. Staff is knowledgeable and willing to listen and make suggestions. It’s a definite go-to.
While the fryer is technically dedicated six days of the week, the same fryer is used to make fish and chips on Fridays. While it is cleaned they agree if you have celiac it’s probably not safe! Food is good, the gluten-free bread doesn’t taste gluten-free, scary but so delicious! Had an amazing burger with Wisconsin cheese, will be back. Just make sure you know what exactly is gluten as the waitress tried to serve me tabbouleh - I had to tell her that that is actually gluten.
Very sensitive to GF issues. Food excellent.
Try the warm goat cheese with gluten free toast. So good. Roasted garlic, red peppers, capers and EVOO.