Lots of meat options, but the BBQ sauce is not gluten free. The chopped brisket and pulled pork both have sauce on them already. 😕 The server was new, so he asked the kitchen for help, which I appreciated. I ended up getting the salmon (no sauce - just to be safe), pinto beans and coleslaw. It was good - just wish I could have had the BBQ.
This review is actually for the Railhead near Montgomery & I-30, which I think is owned by the same people. I'd love to know if the person who reviewed Railhead a year ago has had better experiences, or if she's the reason our experience was so good. The food is good. When we were there the first week of May 2018, as soon as my mom told the guy taking her order that she has celiac and asked what she could eat, he told her everything but the bread is GF. He took his gloves off, washed his hands, and put on new gloves without being asked to. So, don't know if all employees understand how serious cross-contamination can be or if we got lucky. But it sure was good to see.
If you want good Texas BBQ, celiacs can eat here, but you need to be careful. They have a list of everything you can NOT have, which is annoying. But at least it helps with a little work. They include condiments such as mustard and shredded cheese on the list of NOT gluten free foods, so someone must be paying attention to cross contamination. Unfortunately, they don't list French fries on the list of gluten containing foods, but they do NOT have a dedicated dryer. So it's a little hard to trust the menu. Ask questions, watch your food being prepped. Make sure they change gloves and utensils. Some employees don't seem knowledgeable at all. We still eat here because it's good, but we always have to go through a process to make sure my son is safe.