Gluten free menu and server was knowledgeable- felt comfortable eating off limited gluten free menu.
We asked 4 times over 20 minutes for a gluten free menu. They eventually told us they couldn’t find any. (The place was half empty.) When we asked what was available, it was basically some of the sandwiches, but with no buns or bread. Or salads, but the only safe dressing was thousand island. Find a better option.
The menu sucks but didn’t get sick. I had the chips, guac, and queso for a starter. For my meal I had a baked potato with cheese. I didn’t get sick and will go back.
Had a great dinner last night! Veggie plate with 3 sauces, baked potato and smoked beans. No cross contamination issues.
The chips are cooked in the sand fryer as all other items. So the nachos are not safe for celiacs. I had the grilled chicken breast though and didn’t have any issues with contamination
The food was very mediocre and over priced and the service was very slow. Not a lot of GF options and the GF menu is horribly organized and laid out. You can definitely eat GF here, but be prepared to now be wowed.
Gf options are limited to the nachos, a sirloin or salads. That said, I had the nachos and they were excellent. The meat toppings are gf and the nachos chips are fried in a dedicated fryer. Loaded with toppings. Good atmosphere as well. I have celiac dz and was fine.
Love this place. Best spot in town for a burger after skiing. They do not have a bun for the burger, but I don't miss it at all. The nachos are GF, and come piled high with all the fixings. So good! You can get a Hot Apple Pie drink which is apple cider, tuaca, and whipped cream. There is also a Tito's Mule with Tito's and Goslings Ginger Beer. There is a disclaimer on the GF menu that there is a risk of cross contamination in their kitchen, but I have eaten here at least 10 times without having a reaction. I feel safe here, even being a Celiac.