I went with a large group of people after hiking Mt Tom, including others who were gf as well. The cashier gave me a huge hassle, was incredibly rude, and told me not in a kind way flat out to leave the restaurant and refused to offer any accommodations. I felt like a spectacle, but I agreed with her, and would have sat there with everyone else awkwardly, but the chef had heard her and came over and said it would be no problem to fry our burgers in a dedicated pan, as long as we didn't want buns or anything else. One of my gf friends got a regular wheat bun on his burger and it had to be re-made, another gf friend got fries with her burger-without-a-bun which also had to be re-made due to contact, and mine came out fine but I just plain didn't feel well afterwards. I wish I had listened to my instinct and abstained. The last time I had eaten there, probably about two years ago, there was always a man with a bow tie who had been much more accommodating and contentious and really made an effort. What an unfortunate change.
Ended up not ordering anything and just leaving. The hostess/cashier/waitress had no clue how to answer my questions. She tried grabbing a chef or manager, but after waiting 20 minutes for them to come over & no results, my boyfriend and I decided to leave. Appeared they don't have an area dedicated to gluten free cooking. And with having the area open for you to watch them prepare your meal, they most definitely have cross contamination problems abound. Won't be going there again.