No gluten free menu, confusion over what GF options were available. No dedicated fryer either.
How can you get sick from a baked potato??? I was specific that the potato needed to be away from any source of gluten and staff should use clean gloves and I did not want butter or sour cream due to potential for cross contamination. I asked that the potato be brought to me uncut. And I still got very sick. Stay away!!!
Perhaps you should remove this one. No gluten free menu. Not celiac friendly.
I was told they no longer have a gluten sensitive menu so I would avoid this place if you can. There are limited options though in the area.
Did not seem to care. I have ate at other locations with no trouble but this one was scary bad service. Waitress from bar just blew me off as I was trying to explain the kitchen concerns. Do not go here if you are celiac.
Sagebrush offers a gluten free add on menu to use to order in conjunction with the regular menu. The kitchen is not 100% gluten free but has separate appliances for gluten free orders to ensure no cross contamination
— Separate gluten-free menu
Stopped for dinner while on the road. They gave me a gf menu and a regular one so that I could read description of dishes. Very pleasant and knowledgeable waiter. I had ribs and grilled chicken both of which were very tasty.
I had a wonderful waitress (Kat) who happened to be celiac herself. The gluten sensitive menu had grilled chicken, steak, ribs, etc. There were also several sides (including fries!) I had no reaction after eating here (wheat allergy), and my waitress reports she has no reactions.