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)
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.
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.