I have eaten here before when gluten free items were listed on the menu. Now they aren’t. I spoke with the manager who asked the chef to make sure my meal was gluten free. When my meal came out I double checked that mine was the correct order- my son and I ordered the same burger, but mine had a “new vegan bun that’s also gluten free” the waiter assured me my plate was the “allergy one”. I should’ve known better because the bun was delicious, but I thought the 3 different people I double checked with was enough. Within 2 hours of getting home I felt sick and this is the most sick I have gotten from a restaurant since being diagnosed. It’s got a great menu and atmosphere, I just don’t think I’d be brave enough to trust it again.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
They used to denote GF items on the menu, but no longer. This is my only complaint. The server was very knowledgeable about GF options and celiac disease. I got a mix of tacos that were awesome. I wish they had GF appetizers.
Never as comfortable when the menu doesn’t denote GF and relying k the waiter who doesn’t seem confident. Had a $26 steak which was the smallest piece of steak ever, but didn’t get sick. Not many choices for GF, more like expensive bar food.
Our waitress, Britt, has 3 sisters with celiac disease. She assured us she could get us a safe meal & it Nima tested safe & was wonderful. The only down-side was small portions (for everyone, not just gluten free).