Menu items are not market as gluten free but the staff is very knowledgeable, our server informed me of what modifications could be made to my meal choice to make it GF. Came out great, fresh and didn’t make me sick. Would have given 5 stars if GF options were marked on menu.
I went last night for the first time since being diagnosed. They have one kind of GF beer which was exciting for me as I’m tired of hard cider and informed me that they have GF cheese rolls available but don’t have a dedicated fryer. Make sure to order your salads without the breadstick or it will come with two right on top of your food.
All the food was really really good. A lot of options for both me and my vegetarian sister. The fact that the fries are not gf is a bummer and why it's 4 instead of 5 stars. Also if you can't do dairy that's hard because the gluten free bread has cheese (which is delicious but) great stopping place for the drive between ny and ma.
It's a fun place to go - just ask and instruct and remind NO croutons, no bread-sticks etc... They don't have a dedicated fryer or Panini grill, so even though they offer gluten-free bread for Panini Sandwiches they are cooked on regular Panini grill- so (not gluten-free).... they do try very hard and others in my family always like to grab a burger or wings here so it's a happy medium for all.
They don't have an actual GF menu here, but are willing to accommodate your needs if you ask. I ordered the sirloin steak without any fried onions, but when my steak came there was a big fat breadstick sitting smack dap on top of it. Before I could say anything (I almost freaked), the waiter goes "oh! Gluten free right?!" after I had made this clear at the beginning of the order. He didn't even flinch and took away the steak and made me a new one. I ended up being the last one to finish my meal, but I wasn't glutened :) Just be proactive and careful wherever you go! Not sure if I'd risk it again at this place, though. The food was mediocre all around.