The staff was knowledgeable and helpful. The food tasted very good. They have a gluten free menu with a wide variety and have the items marked that are fried in a shared fryer, BUT when I was eating my pit beans I found one cooked shell from their mac & cheese. What!?? I fished it out and I did not have a significant reaction but im not extremely sensitive - yet. I was diagnosed as celiac 2.5 yrs ago and seem to be getting more sensitive over time.
I really wanted to love this place. I visited on a very busy Saturday night, and my server was friendly and knowledgeable about eating gluten free. BUT, halfway through eating my pulled pork, I found a stray bean from another dish on my plate - a Celiac nightmare. My server was very kind and took it back to the kitchen, and verified that the bean would have come from a gluten-free dish. But, still - the fact that any stray food made it into my plate means that cross contamination was very possible. They did bring me new pulled pork and an extra side, so it was handled well. Also, they do have a gluten-free menu, but several items on it are marked as coming from a gluten-contaminated fryer, and that's always a real bummer.
The meats are gluten free. All of the sides are too except for the mac n' cheese. The fries and chips share a fryer with gluten items so avoid those options if you have celiac or a gluten sensitivity. Service is top notch. I had the smoked wings as an appetizer. Pulled chicken plate with the pit beans and bacon, and green beans with tomatoes. The Plates come with a piece of bread called a popover so give it away or ask to not have it. I gave mine to my mom.