Menu has “gluten sensitive” options but most of them are not celiac safe. After discussing contamination issues extensively with the waitress, I ordered brussels sprouts as a GF side. After eating most of the brussels sprouts, the manager came to my table and apologized because they were actually contaminated by the fryer. Waitress also serviced me a GF burger with fries, despite our conversation about unsafe fries. Very disappointing experience and customer service.
The menu has GF marked but you have to question them to find out what’s celiac friendly (only one fryer for everything so all fried foods are unsafe). I got a club sandwich on GF bread with a side salad and was fine, so you can find something to eat in a pinch, but I didn’t feel particularly safe here. (Eg., bacon on deviled eggs was said to be gluten free but I wasn’t sure I trusted that answer... clearly everything was made in a CC environment)
Although our waiter was knowledgeable about cross-contamination and that it was one fryer, it is very misleading that they label items gluten-free on their menu. Not safe for our family with Celiac
Their staff was very friendly, however their menu tad misleading. Its more it can be prepared as GF. Please tell your server. Also the server gave us the heads up that the cross contamination is big.
I will give them kudos for GF bread and at least trying.
The staff was very helpful and double checked with the chef before serving me. I got the grilled cheese sandwich with gluten free bread and it was great!
Yes there are gluten free bread options, but the staff was not able to explain the sandwiches' toppings/cooking methods very well when asked, and I left feeling this place is just another venue that jumped on the GF bandwagon with very little actual commitment. Would be fun to stop by for a milkshake, but honestly there are better GF options on 14th. Skip it.
No dedicated gluten free menu but the waiter was able to point out gluten free options. Food was awesome!
On a good note- the food is delicious. Their manager was a celiac and very helpful- she had the chef specially re-prepare my food. The reason I gave 2 stars is because I could see into the kitchen and I watched them prepare my meal. They did not change their gloves as they touched the fried chicken , bread, and my omelette. I saw them take the topper off my plate, set it in the exact spot that bread had previously been placed. I would never feel safe eating here again unless if the chef was specially preparing food for me- and I could see in the kitchen. Maybe if you decide to brave it- you could go when it wasn't busy and ask for extra special care.