I asked the bartender for a cider, and she got my order right the first time. When she asked if I would like another, I said I would. I took a sip of the drink she brought me, and it was a beer. When I told her she brought me a beer rather than a cider, she said “cider is beer.” I’m not sure about the food here, but the bartenders have no idea what they are doing.
Women who took my order didn’t know what celiac was and was unsure if any of the meats were gluten free. Had to check with the kitchen and could not give me a clear answer. I had to ask a few times for her to tell the kitchen staff that I had a serious allergy. Felt very unsafe and like they did not take it seriously. There are plenty of places in Nashville that take it way more seriously, wont make you sick and serve better food. Go there.
This BBQ is delicious and real food!! Friendly staff was very helpful answering my questions regarding ingredients and asking about gluten. I ate pulled pork, potato salad and green beans no problems at all. Fryers are shared. Reasonable prices. It's a must try while in Nashville!
Very celiac friendly BBQ. Only 4 things on the menu are not celiac safe: sandwiches (bun), fried pies, Mac and cheese, and the fries (shared fryer). The sauces meats and all other sides are gluten free. I told them I was celiac and the person preparing my food changed gloves. Great food and celiac-safe!
DELICIOUS traditional southern BBQ. Had the pork platter with slaw and beans we also got a rack of ribs to eat in our hotel room for dinner! Place was packed at lunch so prepare to wait a bit but the line does move quickly so no worries. The owner was great and very friendly and stopped by the tables asking how the food was. I wish I could have talked to him more but I was busy eating! I highly recommend stopping in to get some great food!