They have a "gluten sensitive" menu available and it's a pretty sizeable portion of the menu which can be altered or prepared gluten free. This is a steak house so don't expect a lot of vegetarian options, though it's also pricey so they do their best to accommodate. For appetizer, I had the prosciutto-wrapped mozarella with aged balsamic, and enjoyed it. The table ordered the Grand Plateau as well, and I don't like seafood but I believe everything on the platter was gluten free (and smelled and looked quite fresh!) My main course was the dry aged ribeye and I had a side of the sauteed spinach with garlic confit. The steak was perfectly cooked and delicious, and the spinach was quite tasty as well. I came here for a work function and enjoyed the time and felt comfortable after talking with the waiter about my needs and restrictions.