They say they have items but they are difficult to find (not labeled anywhere and I haven’t found customer service to be any help) and they always run out early (like before the game even starts). My husband and I always eat somewhere else before games (season ticket holders for Celtics) because I can’t trust I will find anything safe for me to eat. Too bad on their part because I am sure we are not the only ones (their loss, right). It wouldn’t be hard for them to fix it. I just assume they don’t care and won’t. So eat before you go to an event if you need gluten free.
Loved the Chainsmokers concert, had the WORST reaction I have ever had here. They advertise a “gluten free” beer as others have said here before...it is Omission which is a “gluten REMOVED” beer. They pour it on the back counter into a plastic cup so I couldn’t see what it actually was. Still suffering the effects three days later and really wishing I had checked the brand before trusting their FALSE advertising. Do not trust any GF labeling at this facility. I would give zero stars if I could.
Found some gluten free buns for hot dogs! Being said that they have only a couple by stand so first arrived! Better than nothing.
Absolutely horrendous experience at banners bar in premium seating. They advertised gluten free beer and the MANAGER told the bartender to give me Corona. I spoke to the manager and he argued with me that Corona is gluten free and that I was wrong. Then I contacted the garden a few days later and he gave me a pathetic apology and said corona is their “gluten sensitive” option. ARE YOU KIDDING. Then he said Omission is their 100 percent gluten free option. THATS NOT GLUTEN FREE EITHER.
No gluten free options except gluten free beer and candy. Definitely not an option for food.
TD Garden has a few concessions where you’re supposed to be able to get GF food but they’re often out of stock. Same with the GF beer. It’s obvious the staff has had no training. What’s worse is they don’t seem to care.
GF options available. GF beer in regular seating. For GF food, tell the ushers you need to be GF and you can gain access to the premium seating food vendors where there is a GF burger and pizza available (amongst other things). The vendor I went to was Club Grille and they were great about changing their gloves and being mindful of cross-contamination. I ordered the GF cheese pizza. It was $17 for a 10" round pizza. I wouldn't order it again b/c it tasted exactly like my grade school's cafeteria cheese pizza. Bland times three. Nevertheless, having the GF options available was nice. I just wish the food I had tasted better, especially given the price. Now, I understand that it's the Garden (not gourmet) but the food should still be tasty--especially in the premium seating section!