They have gluten free menus for lunch, dinner and brunch. They also have great burgers with gluten free buns and they recently added gluten free pizzas to the menus. The fryer is not a dedicated gluten free flyer so there is cross contamination with items such as the fries. The staff is very accommodating with any type of allergies and was very communicative and thorough. The gluten free brunch options also looked amazing and I’d like to check those out as they also offer a bottomless cocktail option as well! For dinner, I suggest the Monkfish with a sweet truffled cider sauce or the signature Blue Crab Mac and Cheese. My friend raved about the Pork Chop (which I also believe can be prepared gluten free).
I ate here with my family last week, since there was a long wait for lunch at Friedman’s next door, and my mother (celiac) had eaten here once before. My daughters and I are gluten and dairy intolerant (one actually has a severe dairy allergy). We had other members in our party who have no food allergies. I ordered my daughters the sliders from the kids menu with no cheese (I made it a point to specify “NO cheese”) on gluten free buns. The waiter was very accommodating and said they could cut up gluten-free buns for the sliders. Two other children in our party ordered the sliders WITH cheese on regular buns. I ordered myself a burger, also specifying NO cheese, on a gluten-free bun. The kitchen completely messed up our order and put cheese on my burger, as well as on both of my daughters’ sliders. They also failed to put cheese on the sliders that were on the regular buns. Accidents happen, and it would have been no big deal for them to just remake our food - we weren’t really in a big rush. The waiter was apologetic, and brought the four kids’ plates back to the kitchen (I didn’t return my plate - just scraped off the cheese, since I’m not too sensitive to a little cross-contamination). About a minute later, the waiter brought back the four kids’ plates, and I thought it seemed awfully quick. My dairy allergic daughter noticed that there was still cheese stuck to her bun. When I questioned the waiter, he said that they had just switched the cheese burgers from the gluten-free buns to the regular buns, and the plain burgers from the regular buns to the gluten-free buns. I asked for my daughter’s burgers to be remade due to her severe dairy allergy, and a manager brought her new plate out to us a few minutes later. All of the food was very tasty, but this is NOT a safe place to eat if you have celiac or any other type of food allergy, especially since they thought nothing of serving burgers that were switched from regular buns to gluten-free buns.
We went here bc there was a long wait at a celiac friendly restaurant next door. It was our first meal out since my 8 year old was diagnosed with celiac. I was very nervous, but the maitre'd was very reassuring and took the time to point out everything on the menu that was GF. To my surprise my son thought the wings sounded good so we stayed. The maitre'd came right over to our server and told her our situation before I even had a chance. She went back to the kitchen multiple times to check if something was GF. I was at ease the whole time we were there and my son at ALL the wings, which he'd had before. I would definitely go back.