Went for lunch on a weekday afternoon when they weren't busy at all. First of all the place is in dire need of remodeling. Dingy worn out carpet is the first thing you see. Menu says fries are gf but the waitress said no dedicated fryer. She said the wings have a dedicated fryer and they would cook my fries with the wings. Seemed like they understood. But I had stomach issues within an hour.
I was so excited to see the gluten free menu! The reason why I am giving 3 stars instead of all 5 is because the waitress was not kind about it at all and gave me the feeling of being a pain ordering and asking questions. I got the manager after this just to have her tell the chef herself and she told the waitress instead of the chef (who already knew) and she was basically like "I KNOW". The food was great and I didn't get a belly ache!
They have gluten free items on their menu, but you have to ask for their allergen report. No dedicated gluten free area so cross contamination may occur. Food is reasonably priced and tastes good. Chili is only GF soup. Waitress said GF Report available online.
Server said there was no gluten free menu, wasn’t sure of gluten free items. Went to leave after feeling unsafe and hostess said she told the server she was getting it for me. Might be fine, but when a server fibs about no gluten free menu instead of explaining they would need to print it, it makes me uneasy. 🤷🏻♀️
I came to this place because all my friends were eating in here and I explained to the waiters that I have a severe celiac desease since I was born and I cannot eat anything of gluten or having any type of cross contamination. The manager came to talk to me and she was really friendly and clear. She told me they have an specific frier for the wings where they only cook the gluten free items. I got the wings with fries that are label us gluten free (G). They were really good, and I did not get sick. I am so happy that I felt like one more of my friends while eating outside. Don’t forget to talk to them when you arrive to be 100% safe.
Many gluten free options, dedicated fryer, and the “best gluten free bun ever” (my GF child). We LOvE this place. The food is delicious and the service is excellent. And they have one of the biggest GF menus we’ve seen-they even include which sauces, etc are GF. They actually cared (management, hosts, and servers) about our GF needs and were not at all put off by our many questions. When I asked the server if the fries were cooked separately she said that if it’s GF on the menu it’s truly GF and safe for GF people.
Restaurant has an updated gluten free menu, many options. And the manager informed us they do in fact have a dedicated gluten free fryer. We had ribs, wings, and a hamburger. (They also have GF buns, with a $2 upcharge.) Everything was very good.
Never had a bad experience here. The manager is very helpful and one of the bartenders is extremely knowledgeable because she has a family member with Celiac. She even has them clean the grill before making a burger or anything else on it without even having to ask. They also have a dedicated fryer. GF hamburger bun was delicious. Be aware that this is for this location only. Another local location does not have a dedicated fryer or the knowledgeable staff.
Staff was very friendly and willing to answer questions. Our waitress was very sweet and wanted to know exactly what celiac was, so I wouldn't say they were very informed, but they were very willing to make sure I was ok. Fries are in shared fryer, so not safe for me. Wings are still the best!
Although some items on the menu are marked gluten free, neither the server or general manager could answer basic questions about preparation and cross contamination. For example, the steak salad was gluten free, but steaks were not...no idea if the steak for the salad was prepared in a different way or with different seasonings and the manager didn't care to check with the kitchen or explain. I declined to order food. Eat at your own risk. Celiac safe requires more than a "dedicated fryer."
Dedicated fryer! Gluten free options noted clearly on the menu. The manager even came to our table to assure us that they use a dedicated fryer, the staff changes their gloves and that they know what they are doing and take it seriously! Great experience! And the loaded tots were off the charts!
The menus have a “g” marked on their menu items... they have fries, tater tots, wings (only bone-in) & salads. Also have gluten free buns. the salads were big and delicious. The wings were crispy and had a variety of sauces to choose from. Only complaint is that their steaks and grilled chicken were not marked gf, which we wanted to get.
They don’t have a separate GF menu but their regular menu is fantastic. Everything GF marked with a “G” even the salad dressings, sides and BBQ sauces. Also, GF buns. Our server was very knowledgeable and asked all the right questions. Food was amazing!
Do not eat at this place if you have celiac disease they are very unfamiliar with it they do not have a dedicated fryer. They brought me out the boneless wings with a pita Bread on top of it after I told them that I was allergic they totally have no idea about gluten free.
Totally Awesome! They were very knowledgeable. My waitress didn't understand when I asked for Mayo that was not cross contaminated. She said "I don't know what that means?" Wanting me to explain so she could help. I told her if it is mayo from a tub that they use to spread on bread it could be contaminated, but if they have one in the backing would be fine. She said: I don't know if the mayo up front would be contaminated so I'll go to the back just to be sure. :D The manager, and chef came out and greeted me. It worked out Great! I will be back, and I had no Glutened reactions. I'm highly reactive, and was totally fine :D
Although the menu has a G next to an item representing GF the staff did not know what gluten was. Placed an order and another staff member came out to tell me that the food could not be cooked gf even though the menu states it is. I had to leave and wasted so much time. The restaurant was filthy and I was having second thoughts on leaving anyway.
The waiter was very knowledgeable and knew eating out can be a stressful experience. They have a dedicated fryer for French fries and wings. They were careful so the food took a little longer. It’s safe to order the burgers bunless so that adds to their gluten free choices. Gluten free foods are labeled on the menu. Great food and worry free
Dedicated GF fryer NOW! They haven’t updated their menu yet, though. Separate prep space in kitchen. Knowledgeable staff and accommodating kitchen staff- you just have to make sure you tell them about your Celiac or Gluten sensitivity. They don’t make their own sauces or dressings so you have to ask them to check for Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum, etc... if you’re sensitive to them. They do have some sauces that are Xanthan Gum Free!!! I’m a very sensitive Celiac that is one happy chicken wing, homemade potato chip eating girl!
This place is terrible. First of all when you look at the menu notice the red stars. Those items shouldnt even be on the gf menu as they are the shared fryer items is what it says, but if you ask its even more than that, it means heavy modifications to that item to be gf. Take the nachos-youll find it has to be whittled down to chips and cheese for it to be safe. The wait staff is not knowledgable and originally my plate came on top of pita and i had to send it back. The bone in wings are not gf, only the bone out ones. Aka chicken breast strips. There is a decent selection of hot sauces that are gf. I ended up with a loaded baked potatoe and a very late 5 thin chicken strips with some medium hot sauce on them. oh and some tortilla chips with some melted cheese. The taste was just very ok. The non celiacs with me thought the same of the taste of the food. Really not worth the money and its highly questionable how safe this really is. Very very limited gf menu, but they only make it look extensive which is really deceitful, notice the number of red stars. You dont even want to know what the bill was for this. Very not worth it for celiacs or even non celiacs.
My naked tenders were brought out on pita bread after we specified that we did not want it. The sever then blamed it on me. Stated that there were naked tenders already up on the grill so she took them and gave them to me. In reality I was sick for days after eating there because I'm sure she just dumped my tenders off the pita and brought them back to me. Not knowledgeable or accommodating. Celiacs proceed with caution of you decide to eat here.
My family and I are staying in Petersburg, Kentucky for vacation and stopped by here the first day for dinner. The chef and manager came out and talked to us about everything to make sure we knew what was gluten free and what wasn't. They had a dedicated fryer and enough choices that I was happy. We ended up going here three days in a row!
Double checked that the grilled chicken and seasoning that I wanted was gluten free - specified gluten free when I ordered - also ordered a PLAIN baked potato- got the chicken and it had pita bread with it, covered in the dust from the pita - the potato was covered in seasoning. They argued at first that I didn't specify plain enough... And that I didn't say no pita.. I said gluten free. I am not doing this because it's a new fad - I get VERY sick when I ingest even the smallest amount of gluten. They "made it right" quickly which makes me question if they just gave me the same chicken and took the pita out- probably won't eat it I can't take that risk. Not very happy with my experience it's hard enough to find items and these were on the gluten free menu.
Gluten free menu (ask for it at the hostess stand) AND dedicated fryers. My husband has celiac disease and enjoyed the wings with GF sauce and fries. He felt fine the next day at the park! ❤️Quakertown Steak & Lube for my wing loving husband!
We ordered the grilled chicken on the gluten free menu, told them that we didn't want the chicken served with the pita bread. They brought it out served on the pita bread. Had to send it back, waited 30 minutes, no chicken. Finally told the waitress that we would pay for the other meals and wanted the check. Manager came over apologized and said that we shouldn't come to the restaurant on Saturdays when they are busy. The only modification we made was to omit the pita bread. Was very upsetting, they are not celiac or allergy friendly.
Limited options but great none the less! Knowledgeable staff.
I ate here a while back and their "gluten free" menu is a joke. It's really just a list of sauces and sides that don't contain gluten and you have to hunt through the regular menu comparing the two to find anything. The staff is not extremely knowledgeable about the contents of their menu items. However I did not have a reaction so I will give them that much. Celiac safe, but it's practically like pulling teeth to find something to order.
Don't bother, my grilled chicken was not that exciting and came on pita bread, had to send it back, burger came out without bacon, when I got it the bacon was all fat. I'm not sure if it was our server putting things in wrong or what but it was so slow. We didn't even complain the manager came over and apologized for our awful experience.
What a wonderful experience! Our waitress, Sarah R, was very knowledgeable about gluten and preparation. She shared that one of the managers had family members with celiac, therefore, very aware of cross contamination issues. They have a dedicated GF fryer for bone-in wings and French fries! I will absolutely be going back!
Asked for the GF menu and the hostess had no clue what I was asking! She finally asked another hostess who told her and grabbed the menus. Unlike another reviewer, I thought the menu wasn't very user friendly. The description said no sidecar but then there is a list of them on the back. The waitress was nice but said in all her time there no one has ever ordered off the GF menu so she was of no help. She did go ask but didn't come back with any answers. Not sure where the gap is, between corporate and the manager or the manager to the staff. Either way, there is no more confidence in a GF menu and unknowledgeable staff and going to a random place and praying they have GF items! Wings and fries are cooked in same fryer. My son and I were sick that evening whereas my daughter was ok until the next day. The wings were average and the fries were good but we'd prefer to head back to Buffalo Wild Wings where there is no cross contamination AND they are knowledgeable!