Very attentive to my needs each time I’ve eaten there. Wait staff is knowledgeable. Food is delicious!
Really cute place with great food. I’m unsure how celiac friendly they are. They serve grits from a mill that also mills wheat flour and mark those items as gluten free but not sure what the allergy practices are at that mill (website unclear). They also use a shared frier and mark those foods as gluten free. I let my server know I had celiac disease and my fried potatoes were yummy but way too crispy to be pan fried so I asked about it and the manager came to apologize, they were cooked in a shared frier and my order got put in as sensitive instead of celiac so she said I shouldn’t have gotten those. I only had one and didn’t get sick. I would eat there again but I would ask a lot of questions and wouldn’t pick anything risky or fried.
Really well-marked menu, with both gluten-free and gluten-sensitive (menu items that could be altered to become gluten-free) noted. Lots of choices across all categories from appetizers to desserts! Most of entrees were or could be GF, as well as most if not all choices in other categories as well. Wait staff asked if celiac when we ordered, before we had a chance to tell them. Even GF carrot cake, pots de creme and flourless chocolate cake offered for dessert- not just sorbet!! Creative cocktails, nice neighborhood atmosphere, tasty food, helpful wait staff. On the pricey side, but a well-prepared, delicious meal for the money for those who have to watch menus and ingredients when eating out! Focus on local/regional ingredients is a nice bonus.