This is a funny little locally-owned restaurant in a metal building. I called ahead and they said "sure - tell your server you need gluten-free food". When I did, the very young server (who asked me if cabernet wine was red or white) stared blankly and said "no, nothing is gluten free here" but when I persisted, she said she would ask the cook. She reported that the cook said "no, we don't have anything that's gluten-free but if you look at the menu, it's all kind of gluten-free...it just depends on what you're allergic to...like chips...(?!) ", but the menu had plenty of things on it, that could be GF - steaks, shrimp, salads, etc. I knew I was doomed to be glutened, but had NO options in Hobbs. I asked if they would cook me a steak, in a clean pan, with no seasonings but salt/pepper. She said sure and she would YELL AT THEM to be sure. I ended up with a filet which was delicious and perfectly cooked, a salad with ranch dressing that I didn't bother asking about, and some sauteed mushrooms that were literally covered in chopped garlic. I like garlic a lot, but this was too much even for me! I eventually got my "red" wine, and I have no idea what it was but it was pretty good. I do have celiac, but in Hobbs found that I could not be too picky unless I only eat produce from the grocery store. I did not have any reaction from the food at the Outlaw Grill, but I'm sure the risk for cross-contamination is great, so depending on your level of sensitivity you're probably taking a chance. The food tasted good though, except for the excess garlic on the mushrooms. I'm indicating that this restaurant is "celiac friendly, just so it appears on searches because there are truly almost no options in this town and figure people will want to at least know something about it if they search the site. But no -- nothing in Hobbs is truly Celiac-friendly.