NOT CELIAC SAFE!! Had “gluten free” pancakes and had to be hospitalized because of my reaction to them. If you go here, please make sure they are extremely cautious and listen to you when you say it’s an allergy!
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
— Not Much
— Below Average
I have Celiac and love to hear when a restaurant offers GF menu items. My husband brought me to The Bridge for a date night and after hearing how there’s a lot of GF items available, I was bummed to see that nothing was labeled on their menu and they state on their menu that while they have GF options, there is risk for cross contamination. The server wasn’t as knowledgeable about what was GF and told me that breakfast had more options. I ordered the ribeye that was on special and wanted the herb roasted potatoes as a side but the server said that the cook was unsure if the herb roasted potatoes were GF. The cook should definitely be knowledgeable about ingredients used in the dishes they send out, especially in regards to a patron with allergies or Celiac. My ribeye was ok and really could’ve used seasoning and the green beans tasted like they were canned green beans. They had a nice sized variety of desserts on display as you entered but only one dessert was labeled GF. As someone that loves dessert, I miss having options. The employees are very friendly and I enjoyed the atmosphere but my food lacked flavor and the staff and cook weren’t very knowledgeable about GF options. My husband ordered a burger, which he loved, but he didn’t eat much of his fries as they were those frozen thick crinkle cut fries. Overall, I would be leery about recommending this restaurant to anyone with Celiac unless they can ensure a dedicated GF kitchen area.
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Very aware and helpful with those who live Gluten Free. Owner is GF, so even cakes and breads are mindful. Portions are great and affordable. Plus, ice cream shop is open when restaurant isn't (for evenings during week and Sunday)
I did find that the pancakes and toast are not celiac friendly. I had a wonderful omelet and fruit however that was very safe for me. Very cute decor and a nice place.
Very tasty gluten free pancakes and large portion. They seem knowledgeable about gluten issues. They have other gluten free items. Gluten free.
Amazing! I could eat almost everything!
All I can say is Amazing. It has gluten free pancakes, bread, the wife's owner is gluten free, and she doesn't charge extra for anything gluten free, she says 'You can't help it if you have to be gluten free'