No separate Gluten Free menu, so you have to ask your server about ingredients and preparation. We arrived at 9:15 AM on a Saturday (which I assume is probably their peak busy time) and waited 50 minutes for a table. Our server seemed inexperienced and overwhelmed, which made ordering safely difficult. I ordered the Gulf Shrimp Omelette with Hollandaise sauce on the side and fried cubed potatoes. The omelette was very bland and the potatoes were soggy. They offer a Gluten Free English Muffin for an additional $1.50 instead of the standard included toast, but prepare in a cross-contaminated toaster; I took a pass on that option. I didn’t get sick, but I didn’t enjoy the breakfast. I doubt I’ll return.