I tried this restaurant because of all the reviews from here and they are spot on!! I was able to have fried pickles, wings, ribs and a chocolate brownie all made GF and mostly dairy free (the brownie had some dairy baked in)!!!! The foods absolutely amazing and that staff is extremely knowledgeable! If you haven’t been there before the staff will explain how everything can be made 3-5 different ways so they can accommodate almost every food allergy! I cannot wait to go back!
Basically everything but the pretzels could be made gluten free. Had the salmon with mashed sweet potato, delicious! My daughter had macaroni and cheese with pulled pork, also delicious. Both of us have celiac disease. No problems afterward so I feel comfortable saying it was celiac friendly. They appeared knowledgeable and accommodating.
New restaurant in town (owned by Burton’s). Almost everything on the menu can be or is already made gluten free. I almost didn’t believe it! Separate fryer (yay!) for everything from fries to fish. I had a meatloaf sandwich (liked a lot), the kids had the best chicken tenders and fries and a cheeseburger. Waitstaff said that the pretzel snack mix up at the bar was even gf (although I didn’t try it). Really really happy this place came to town!
Usually the gf beer offering is Redbridge; I was surprised that they stock Celia Saison AND IPA #5, a personal favorite. Waitress said the entire menu is gf; I’m always dubious. I had fish tacos that were awesome; deep fried taco shells were very crispy & crumbly (don’t order on a 1st date!). The accompanying rice was ok; not hot, but tasty. My adult non gf son had a fish dinner. He liked it but had to remove cilantro. It came with rice, which surprised him, he’d have preferred fries. He felt his portion wasn’t large enough to fill him. He then wanted dessert & got “upside down cheesecake” which he liked. I had a gf strawberry shortcake served warm in a skillet with ice cream. I seldom eat dessert, so it was a real treat. Server was responsive and very upbeat. Will definitely come again!
This is my goto restaurant. I’ve tried most items in the menu at this point, as almost anything can be made gluten free. GF items come out on a red plate and are usually brought by a manager. I have a few friends who are also celiacs who have never had any problems here, and the food and drinks are great!
First time in to Red Heat Tavern for dinner. My husband has celiac. On a Saturday night we arrived about 6:15 and checked in with about a 45 minute wait but it ended up being a little less than that. The food was well worth the wait! Service was great from start to end. Our server was Amanda and she was so pleasant. Just about everything on the menu can be made GF. My husband loved his dinner of turkey tips, cilantro lime rice and roasted Brussels sprouts and had bone/in buffalo wings as an app. I had the jumbo tater tots and the meatloaf with garlic mashed potatoes and green beans. We both had a margarita too. Our bill was just over $100 . The food was fantastic and we’d definitely return!
We used to order from and go to red heat all the time. I had a few times my husband looked and could tell they mixed up my order and the fixed it quickly. The final time, my food was marked gluten free and all. When I went to take a bite of my sandwich it was very clearly on a ciabatta roll. It was not gluten free. I was extremely upset. They offered to come my meal and give us a gift card but after the multiple mess ups wasn’t worth it.
Hello, My name is Dee and I went to Red Heat Tavern Sunday. I got mac and cheese and a Cesar salad. My friend got a house salad with blue cheeses dressing. We were not happy with any of the food choices. The mac and cheese just tasted like onion and the salad did not seem to have any cheese except for like a sprinkle of Kraft type powder cheese. The dressing did not seem to have any blue cheese chunks at all. The house salad had a rotted tomato. The drinks were watered down (wine and soda). Also the waitress seemed harsh and not soft and friendly. Not a good first impression.
Excellent restaurant, the sister company of Burton’s Grill in which the owner has celiac. Allergies are taken seriously, wait staff is knowledgeable, every menu item can be made GF (except their soft baked pretzel), dedicated fryer, meals delivered by managements on red plates to indicate an allergy, and their food is excellent. I would highly recommend!
Can accommodate anything on the menu except for the appetizer pretzels. Can not wait to go back and try more options. We had the spinach & cauliflower dip and the fish tacos! Very happy with the choices. Our server was fantastic also.
I visit for the first time this place and I felted safe and comfortable and I’m a celiac,it was amazing and how much they’d take serious people with food allergies, the waitress Raeshawn was amazing he’d explained to me everything that it was safe for me to have, everything I was looking up it was gluten free.. I really recommend it. The service and waitresses was really amazing.