I’ve been dining at Sweet Grass for years. Lately though, their knowledge of cross contamination has declined. I always order a burger with a gf bun and request for the bun not toasted. I’m usually served a burger with a toasted bun and send it back to the kitchen. I actually didn’t mind that much. But my last visit I was served a REGULAR bun with my burger. Thankfully I noticed it didn’t look gf, sent it back, and the server brought me the same burger but on a gf bun. The server didn’t tell me that, I had to ask and explain what cross contamination is and that I need all new food on a clean plate. Needless to say, I don’t trust them anymore.
Was touring the town and needed a place to stop to eat. With Celiac Disease, that's always a "fun" challenge. Checked my Find Me Gluten Free app and this place came up. Checked them out and decided to try. WOW was the food GREAT. Plenty of GF options. Menu clearly marked. But the funniest thing is my husband who always makes his "oh boy I get to eat at a GF restaurant" face, was thrilled. The food he got - the fish tacos - were fantastic. Needless to say he's stopped making faces when I suggest a place we both can enjoy. But definitely stop by. You won't regret it.
Great gf and vegan options. It’s especially difficult for me to find both options, since I’m dairy intolerant as well, so I was in heaven! I had a burger with a gf bun that didn’t fall apart! I was so excited!! Their home made potato chips are made in a gf fryer. I even saw gf/vegan cheesecake on the menu.
The menu has gluten free and vegan options. They have a dedicated fryer for gluten free items. The menu is awesome.
Menu had gf and gf possible items, and it even noted that it has a dedicated fryer for everything except French fries, so I felt pretty confident they knew what they were doing. I ordered the chicken club on a gf roll, most likely Udi’s, with a salad instead of chips, explained to the waiter I was extremely sensitive. Two hours later, I was hit with the cc bug. Called the manager who was very apologetic and will remind staff about taking care with gf orders.
So incredibly good! Vegan and gf options.
Great options clearly labeled for brunch.
very good, knowledgeable staff, many choices. I had gf egg sandwich with vegetables hash. hash undergone, but had husband's quinoa salad-very very good!
Many gf options as well as gluten free possible choices. I enjoyed a harvest soup and Cesar salad with tofu croutons.
Never had an issue eating here--food is a bit pricey but still great.
Appreciate they list allergens on the menu. Food was pretty good, but wasn't anything spectacular. Website makes the place look like somewhere you'd go dressed up, but it's just a local place with basic atmosphere and casual dress (several little children in there while I was there). Wait staff fumbled around a lot. Brought us other people's dishes, a lot of them standing around seemingly not knowing where to be. Waitress was knowledgeable to a certain degree but thankfully did seek assistance when she didn't know the answers to some of my questions. Over all, not bad not great. Wouldn't go again, wouldn't tell people not to go.
This restaurant, which features sustainable, as well as locally sourced food, was so good last night that we returned for lunch today. Their menu clearly indicates many options that either are, or can be prepared, gluten free or vegan. Their staff is knowledgeable about gluten, and are attentive without being obtrusive. We have eaten from every part of the menu, except dessert (there were two gluten free dessert options last night). Hot food came out hot, and cold food, cold. We ordered both a mussel and a calamari appetizer as our main courses, and found both to be fresh, delectably spiced, and more than enough to eat. Their roast chicken has a honey glaze that was still bubbling when served. The chicken was very juicy, and had crispy skin. Don't miss this gem!