I do not have celiac but I am very gluten intolerant. I have eaten pancakes with a side of bacon at this restaurant twice. They were great both times. I can understand why there would be cross contamination but I believe this is a great restaurant for people who are gluten intolerant
I specifically asked and was told they do not have dedicated griddle space, waffle maker or toaster so it really is NOT gluten free. Spoke to the girl who works there who is gluten intolerant and she told me this and that she doesn't always eat gluten free. Needless to say, I did not eat here.
While they offer many gluten free options, they do not cook them on dedicated griddles. I have no clue if it's good food because I was too afraid to eat anything. They were apathetic to the fact that it's not truly gluten free to do what they do... and thus is false advertising.