Do NOT go here. They say they can do things gf but they do not take Celiac seriously. I’ve eaten here 3 times and have not had an issue. Got soup before and they served it correctly, but tonight they served it with the fried potato (shared fryer). After I bite into some, they then casually offer to have kitchen serve me soup without them as if that solves the issue of me spending the night puking! Completely careless and clearly uneducated on what is safe for Celiac. Scariest part is the inconsistency, so even if you’ve been ok here before, BEWARE!!
I was here at 4:00pm on a Sunday and my party was told that they do not sell food other than pizza and salads before 5:00pm. (I don't know if this is a daily rule, or just on Sundays, but this information was not indicated on their website.) When I mentioned that I had celiac disease and asked if they had GF pizza, our waitress checked with the kitchen and said they offer it but were "not prepared for that." The salad I ate was delicious- I got the garden salad without bleu cheese (the kitchen removed the candied walnuts due to gluten risk)- but it was not meal-sized and I was hungry when I left. This place seems to be safe, but I'll have to go again when I can get an actual meal in order to properly assess their GF offerings.
GF angel hair pasta bolognaise was fantastic. Gnocchi was ok but I am not a huge fan anyway - perhaps a good dish to share for 3 or 4 people. Naturally GF dishes like carpaccio were fine too. They could really do with some GF bread to offer like Burton's does.