I am absolutely blown away by the AMAZING staff at The Attic. My number one issue at every restaurant is having to tell the waiter about my allergies to gluten, dairy and soy. Most of the time I literally walk out crying because they were rude to me or made me feel like crap. BUT FOR THE FIRST TIME, I WAS TREATED WITH RESPECT! So far the waiter to the manager coming over and really working with me and breaking down the items to an entree was beyond amazing! They didn’t make me feel like an inconvenience! ❤ the had many gluten free options :) Also the Baja Bloody Mary was amazing! Try it!!
The reason for my four stars is that the food is super tasty. That said: as a celiac I found the menu to be quite limiting. One can certainly get a gf meal here but only about 20% of the menu. Most of the sauces are not gf. The place is a bit more upscale so one would think that they would have a chef that at least uses cornstarch for most sauces. Most good chefs do this for the taste because wheat flour detracts from the taste of a sauce in a bad way. All this said it is a doable place if you have friends that would like to go somewhere a bit more trendy. There are so few of these types of restaurants in LB. Though I would suggest Boo Beau where it's trendy, prices are a bit better and they have a more extensive gf selection
i just went here for dinner last night and it was amazing. Great atmosphere. The number of entrée options available gluten-free is unfortunately somewhat limited, but I was pretty happy with the short rib poutine and the rocking crawfish etoufee. And the drinks were good too. :-)
Our server seemed to understand what gluten free was all about and provided good service overall. I'm pretty sensitive to gluten and today so far I feel fine.
Went there for breakfast. It took 45 minutes for the food to get served, not huge but I had two hungry kids with me. Food was good, but getting there was a struggle.My children with true gluten issues, as well as one with garlic and onion allergy. The menu marks gluten free items, which is why we went there, but some (not all) of the menus have "may contain traces of gluten". Huh? So I explained to the waitress about the food issues for the kids. She acknowledged, and even came back to tell us she told the chef, and he would wipe down the grill for us. Great, until the food showed up with bread (not gluten free!) on my daughter's plate, along with seasoned potatoes with onions, not mentioned on the menu.She took it back after I reminded her of the food issues. The cooked another plate, brought it back with no bread, but there were the potatoes with onions, and chives (another type of onion!) on top of her eggs!Ok, my little girl was too embarrased for us to address it again, so she peeled off the top of the egg and ate the rest, leaving half the egg, the potatoes, avocado, and fruit (anything the contact onions) behind.Just really hard to deal with these issues, and they didn't do well at it. I have been to less expensive places that I would choose over having to deal with long wait for food that doesn't address my 12 year olds food issues safely.
They have many gluten free options. About 90% of the menu.