As I suspected, Stillwater Grill is under new management.
The menus are on I-pads, and there is no gluten-free menu (how hard could that be to add a GF/CF page?). The waitress thought all their buns were gluten free (brioche?)--that tells you something. My daughter and I found something to eat that was reasonable. She had a hamburger minus the bun and a baked potato. I had a salad with salmon minus the feta and croutons (I am GF/CF). What we had to eat was okay, but do not expect a allergy familiar server, not to mention the fact that the food was priced on the high side, considering. At least we had no repercussions from having eaten there. Not sure if I'd consider this restaurant celiac friendly.
Gluten free menu, waiter understood concern of cross contamination and conveyed my concerns to the manager and chef. Ordered prime rib and broccoli with flourless chocolate cake for desert. Food was decent. Did not get "glutened" : )
Dinner was great. I was surprised when I ordered the baby back ribs off the menu and she brought them out "dry" aka plain - no sauce. She told me the sauce had gluten. I appreciated her looking out for me, but would have liked to know that beforehand! So she went in the back and got some "undoctored" GF bbq sauce - phew! The ribs were sooo good. I had a choice of two desserts - creme brulee and a flourless chocolate cake. I went with the cake, very fudgy and delicious!
Pretty decent. Not great but pretty good. No GF desserts though.