Staff did not seem very knowledgable about cross-contamination.
I got the bacon cheeseburger on a GF bun. I didn't have a bad reaction and the bun was tasty! I did not eat the fries that came with it because of reviews saying there were not GF.
— Not very
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Explicitly states on the menu that they cannot guarantee no cross contamination so I was a little nervous. No GF menu but things are marked GF on the regular menu. I got a seared tuna salad and did not get sick. But it’s definitely not a place I’d recommend for celiacs in general.
Staff and the chef were so helpful and accommodating.
Definitely not celiac friendly. A few gluten free options on the menu, waitstaff seemed knowledgeable, and a good gluten free bun... however my plate came out with a stray not-gf french fry on it and about 30 mins later I was (am) sick.
No dedicated GF menu but staff was very knowledgeable about options and what could/couldn't be made GF. Have THE BEST GF bun I have ever eaten. Any sandwich can be made GF by substituting this bread and let me just say, it was worth it. Several of the sides are GF too, not the French fries though. I ordered the Turkey Bacon Grill and this was hands down the BEST sandwich I have ever eaten. The bun was big and fluffy, yet crunchy on top. Perfect for holding together this sandwich. I had it 3 days ago and have been dreaming about eating another ever since. No word on cross contamination but I had no issues. Will definitely be back next time I am in state college.
I had a fillet mignon with roasted red potatoes, carrots and green beans. Also had a house salad to start. It was pretty good. They told me most things on their menu can be made GF. They're pricey. Ask for a window seat for a gorgeous view of downtown. Not sure about cross contamination.