My husband and I stopped in for an early snack and drink before heading to dinner. The lobster French fries are not on the menu anymore so we got the nachos. They were pretty good, but the service was terribly slow even with multiple servers coming to our table. I would give it another try, maybe we just hit a weird evening
Was very excited to eat lunch here while in Cleveland. After finding the place found that they do not open until 4:00. I have eaten at the Detroit location and would give that location 5 stars.
All GF options marked on menu. Lobster french fries. OMG. lots of options, friendly accomidating staff. Eaten here twice on busy Sat night and felt fine on both occasions. The fact I could order 2 appetizers with my friends and share was a nice change for me.
I would not recommend anyone with any food allergies eat here. They marked flatbread as gluten free, fries (marked gf on menu) are in a shared fryer, no CC precautions. It would be a big risk to consume anything other than a bar drink here.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Below Average
Staff was not knowledgeable and when I asked if the fries were safe and she said that they were not so I’m assuming they are not fried in a separate fryer in which case why label it as gluten free? If you’re eating gluten free by choice it could work but I would not recommend if you have celiac or any intolerance unless you want another salad.
I had a great experience at Punch Bowl Social and got to enjoy ‘bar food’ for the first time in years. It’s not a dedicated GF facility so there is a risk of cross contamination. I spoke to the chef prior to eating there (called in advance) and the chef said that they do take allergies/celiac disease very seriously and have protocols in place to do their best to avoid cross contamination. If you have celiac and visit this location, make sure to call in advance and also tell your server that you’re ordering gluten-free due to allergy.