Only one small plate scallops was gluten free and our waitress was unable to get any other dishes made/altered in a gluten free way.
I came here based on the reviews left by others on this site. When we went in, there was no dedicated gluten free menu and not a whole lot that was gluten free. We ordered a dips plate (hummus, tapenade and cheese) and asked if we could substitute veggies for the bread that normally came with it. The waiter (who was very kind) said that he would ask the kitchen, and that the chef might do an upcharge of a dollar. When the plate came out, we were given 6 measly pieces of cauliflower, which was not nearly enough to eat the dips, and charged $2 for the substitution. We ate the rest of the dips with our knives. The cocktails were delicious. I would recommend those.
Absolutely amazing! They have a dedicated menu during the summer season, and will adjust anything during the off season. Two thumbs up for the amazing drinks (in generous portions) as well as the fries (make sure they're pan fried, not in the cross contaminated fryer!). The staff is also really understanding. The chef's wife is a great waitress, and her close friend is a Celiac so she will absolutely double check anything for you. If you're not eating here, you're missing out on the GF P-Town experience!
Stumbled upon this gem off Commercial Street. Nice variety with a tapas style of food options. Highly reccomend the oysters! Unlike any other oyster on the Cape.