Good food most the time. just watch - I've had very clueless staff sometimes. forgetting sauce for pasta, bringing a different dish out all together. Also I don't understand why when you order dessert you have to beg for a spoon! don't serve ice cream if you don't want to provide spoons!
I love love love this place bowling and a good gluten-free dinner. Great place to take kids you can enjoy your dinner while they are bowling or they have a beautiful dining room and in the summer and wonderful outdoor area to eat with a bonfire lots of gluten-free options lots of gluten-free desserts to a must try pizza pasta will make gluten-free bread if you ask
They had a nice gf menu. Our server was great. She even marked our order as having a gluten allergy. Only ate items (gf pizza, pesto, water, and gf chocolate torte). Had anaphylaxis reaction and ended up at ER. Made for an expensive lunch.
Staff was knowledgeable and was willing to verify with the chef if needed. Our waitress informed the kitchen we had true celiac disease so staff could take extra precautions. We ate here twice while in Chicago and had no issues.
There is a gluten - sensitive menu with a lot of options. I ordered the pear salad which was supposed to come with gorgonzola cheese. It ended up coming with blue cheese which will make me sick. The waitstaff did make a new salad I could take and give to someone else. Overall, not safe for people with celiac but could be okay for gluten sensitive.
The staff weren’t very knowledgeable about what was gluten free and what wasn’t. I originally was served meatballs with my pasta that weren’t gluten free. They gave me another one after that was gluten free. They have a gluten free menu which was nice
It is traditionally GF but nothing is grain or dairy free. The chef and staff do not understand a request for a grain free menu item. They recommended I eat a corn based spaghetti as it was the only item without dairy totally missing that corn is a grain and I explained I react to all grains. Dedicated frier but they do state on their menu they cannot prevent cross-contamination for everything is prepared in the same area.
They have a gluten free menu but I used the Nima with a gluten free pizza and it tested positive. Maybe they are touching everything gluten and not gluten in the kitchen with no regard to celiac folks?
Used the Nima Sensor to test our 2 pizzas that we were told were safely made GF. I took a little from each pizza and it tested positive for gluten. I ran another test with just the pepperoni pizza and that came back with no gluten. I have to assume the Margharita pizza had traces of gluten. We did not let our Celiac family members eat the Margharita pizza. They were fine with the pepperoni and didn't have issues with that one.
Great outdoor seating here (if you arrive early) for a weekend date night. Friday's offer a 50/50 special... 50% off wines under $50 dollars. I enjoyed the GF pizza (came with lots of garlic - a bit heavy for me) and my husband had a burger with fried egg - which he enjoyed.
GF menu, nice range of pizza, pasta and other entree options. My son, who has celiac, enjoyed the margherita pizza. Menu in the link however, slightly out of date, did not have the limoncello dessert when we were there but he enjoyed the chocolate cake.
finally...real food and my daughter didn't get sick: fabulous pasta with meat sauce we shared the ribs...came right off the bone and the BBQ flavor was delicious... also had the salads and mashed potatoes. .will do it all over again. Chef and staff highly aware of importance to keep dood uncontaminated We had a great service.
I am a Celiac vegetarian and was extremely impressed with my food choices. I had the grilled veggie pizza, which had one of the best gf crusts I've ever had. On top, they have gf beer and cider. The even better part? Their service. They were extremely attentive due to my restrictions and could not have left happier or more full.