Went there based on info that they had some decent gluten-free options which turned out to not be the case. Food was decently prepared. Server was nice if somewhat uninformed about the menu and celiac disease. Ambiance can only be described as weird, or maybe I’m just old.
Went for Sunday brunch- my friend and I loved it. I have celiac and the staff were extremely accommodating and friendly, especially Brittany the manager. You do need to proactively tell them if you have celiac, as they don’t have gluten free menu or prep by default, but they will go out of their way to help. They made sure to make my food separately to avoid cross contamination and were conscious to not use the same fryer for fried items in my meal. Food was delicious, I ordered the fruit plate and the lamb/sweet potato hash. Did not have any reaction and I am very sensitive. Loved the ambiance and decor, and menu was great, I wanted to order everything. Will go next time for dinner so can also try Marianne’s in back.