Came here because it was on the Denver Passbook, read the previous review on how amazing the pasta was, and Northern Italian cuisine is one of my all time favorites. Got seated at the bar before getting a table (it was peak time on a Saturday night) and after hearing of my gluten allergy, the bartender recommended the mussels without bread for a gluten free appetizer, ordered it to share with a friend. Ordered drinks. Got seated at a table where we were served by a different server - both seemed very knowledgeable by the way - who asked me if I was celiac [level of sensitivity] and I always say yes in these situations because it's code for how serious a place takes cross contamination. He served the mussels and informed me, unprompted, that I couldn't actually have them and that there's tons of cross contamination in their kitchen. Good thing my friend could eat them! They offered a salad and gluten free bread, which was delicious. Their pasta - a fettuccine - was especially good and the sauce they were in was to die for. I took an enzyme that's supposed to help digest gluten as soon as I started on the salad... And I've only had mild symptoms afterwards. The admission of cross contamination scared me, as well as the fact that we only caught the mussels as we were being served. I was expecting it to be more celiac or allergy friendly. I'd probably go back, risk it again for the insanely good flavors. But it may not be the best for severe sensitivity or celiac. Good luck!