Ok, I love Cloak and Blaster... and I was really excited to eat here again after my diagnosis but the server made me a bit wary from the get - go. I mentioned my diagnosis and asked about cross-contamination, and she warned me that all of their meats are cooked on a shared cook top with sandwiches. She informed me that the only things that were truly safe was either the salads or the fries /tater tots, which do have a dedicated fryer. I asked if they could clean the cook top area where they put my burger, and she said that she still wouldn't feel comfortable if I am sensitive.
So, I had the fries, which were good (kind of wish I could have put cheese and bacon on them, but they don't have that option sans beer cheese) and a cup of very watery tomato bisque, which was small and disappointing for the $5 cost. Overall, the cost was $11 for a small cup of soup and a small basket of fries... Kind of pricey considering I had no protein. It's such a fun place and I really enjoyed the food (before my diagnosis, I really liked the burgers)... But the cross contamination issues has crossed this one off my list.
a good amount of options and you get to play with a huge selection of games on top of it. I had a turkey burger on a gluten free bun with thick cut bacon and tots made in a dedicated fryer.
They can make almost anything gluten free and they told me they have a separate fryer for fries and tater tots. Most of their alcohol is gluten free too.
Fun pub style restaurant with craft beer, cider, a varied menu, and lots of board games. They have gluten free buns for the burgers, and you can even get broccoli as a side instead of fries if you like.