They have a lot of items on their menu marked as gluten free, but if you have Celiac, tread lightly. Everything comes with a side of home fries, which are fried in the same oil as breaded items. Made the mistake of trusting the menu the first time we went without asking that specific question and I paid dearly for it. Therefore, their rostis are NOT gluten free. The second time we went I had filet benedict served over tomato slices (they were out of grit cakes). Instead of the home fries they gave me a side of fruit. It was ok, but there are better options for breakfast in the area that do gluten free.