EDIT: I got sick after I wrote this review. So I'm lowering the stats from 3 to 1. I'm underwhelmed, but not disappointed. I got the gluten free breakfast sandwich (they make it in the oven instead of on the grill to prevent cross contamination), and it tasted great but I came as 2 tiny sandwiches instead of 1 normal one and it had the same amount of toppings/condiments as I assume are on 1 non-gluten free sandwich when it easily could have fit on one sandwich. So it was a lot of bread. I honestly would have been much happier overall if it had been just 1 because then it wouldn't have been so dry and slightly bland. The server told me that the fries and tots are gluten free, but thankfully I thought to double check at the last minute if they are fried separately and they're not. So they are not gluten free, the only gluten free side option is a cup of fruit. Also, the coffee cups have a lot of built up coffee on the inside and one of our water glasses had multiple lipstick marks on it, so I'm a little concerned about their sanitation practices which is very important for celiacs to stay safe.
Any day I can eat a gluten free Reuben is automatically a good day. And it's an excellent tasting Reuben at that. Fair warning to Celiacs: the deep fryer is shared so the gluten free sides really aren't. But you can get the fruit cup instead. Locally sourced real food with a cool country decor.
I'm not Celiac, I have a wheat allergy. The breakfaat sandwich is amazing and served with a balsamic ketchup that tastes great as well! The only undortunate part in my opinion though is that the homemade pop tart isn't gluten free. p.s. The staff is amazingly nice and very helpful!