I have Celiac disease and Salicylate sensitivity. They do have a GF menu, but if you have other intolerances know that your choices may be very limited. This last trip I ordered the Peel N Eat shrimp (cold), and was not able to have the Yukon gold potatoes (because of white pepper) or French fries (no dedicated fryer); and they do not offer baked potatoes. So, I had mixed greens with carrots. The shrimp were over cooked, therefore not very good. It would be great if they had a dedicated fryer, and more options for those with multiple allergies.
Please do not let the hostess staff deter you from eating here. They are not knowledgeable at all. The wait staff, specifically Kathleen, was very knowledgeable regarding gluten issues. Food was pretty good. They do have a gluten free menu and many other items on the menu can be altered to fit your issue.
They designate Gluten Free options on menu, which was nice. There is good food, a nice view, live music, and entertainment for kids. The restaurant, however, has a poor system of moving people through. We waited over 2.5 hours when we were told it would be an hour and a half wait.
Ordered burger without a bun and mashed potatoes. This is the only place on the island where I got sick. They do have a pretty extensive GF menu, but that won't help if they aren't careful in the kitchen. The atmosphere is cool. We ate outside and had a great water view.
Although it was a 2 hour wait (they don't take reservations), and we had 2 kids under 4 to entertain for that wait, it was worth it! Across from restaurant is a outdoor bar and kiddie games. We were seated outside and got to eat dinner in view of a gorgeous sunset. Kids also loved going down the dock, looking at the boats and water. Food was awesome. Gluten free is noted right on the menu and they said they can accommodate even more with simple grilling options. I had the snow crab with shrimp platter that came with corn on the cob, red skin potatoes and sausage. Was so happy with our dining experience and would highly recommend!! I have celiac and am very sensitive with cross and had no problems!
I ordered the gluten free seafood pasta and had a horrible gluten reaction after. Even though I mentioned my severe allergy to the waiter, the message obviously didn't reach the chef preparing my meal. Steps were NOT taken to prevent cross contamination... Other than that the staff was friendly and the atmosphere was fun.
No gluten free menu, but the wait staff and kitchen will work with you. They made me up a cajun chicken pasta with rice noodles that was amazing! Highly recommended. Google maps will send you to the place next door (Chart House). The restaurant is the next building to the east, behind a boat storage pole barn.
The last stop on our trip. We stopped here on the way home for lunch. I couldn’t decide what I wanted and we had a $50 voucher from taking the timeshare tour so we ordered a bunch of different things. We started with chips, guacamole and salsa. In hindsight, I didn’t ask if they cook the chips themselves or if the guacamole was gluten free. I ended up sick before we left the restaurant. Not their fault, mine… Seriously not a smart move before a 12 hour car ride back to Ohio. I didn’t ask. The sushi roll was very good – smoked salmon, cream cheese and cucumber. Then Aaron and I shared crab legs again. He ordered the snickers cake for desert, and once again… I watched him eat it.