After seeing the reviews on here, I was so excited to try something new on my travels. We arrived and were told that it was a 30 minute wait. We got a cocktail and waited outside. After 45 minutes, I inquired how much longer. We were told an additional 30 minutes. Our wait to get in exceeded an hour and a half. We were seated and I asked for their gluten free menu. They said they don't have one and I was told that my only "safe options" were either a salad or bacon and eggs (no sides). After waiting this long, we were starving. I decided on a salad. Our server was gone for a long time. She came back and asked if we were ready to order and that (in all seriousness) she'd start with "the complicated order". Our total wait once our food arrived was over 2 and a half hours. My one friend refused to even touch her meal, as it was stone cold and my other friends eggs were not only cold, but had sat so long they were rubbery. I ate half my salad and told the server we'd just like our check so that we could leave. We told her about our disappointment. She got very defensive and sent over the manager. Even the manager noticed the poor visual condition of the eggs. Our bill came. I was charged for my salad. This was my first and last time to this restaurant. Every bit of our experience failed us.
No GF menu but servers were very knowledgeable walking through which options on the menu were GF and which could be modified to be. Very accommodating to GF.
Love the open door feeling upstairs and balcony. Excited to have cinnamon apples and grits with my eggs for brunch. Love this place. A fav!
There are a few things GF on the menu that are marked. Not a huge selection but the pimento omelette was AMAZING! They even brought me house made chips and house ranch in place of my biscuit/butter.