Not many options or alternatives.
Staff is very knowledgeable and helpful with HF menu suggestions. Everything is farm to table and absolutely scrumptious!
I was surprised after reading the reviews on here that my gluten-free experience here was so radically different from what I had read. This is not to say that the food wasn't amazing, because it was.. But they did not have gluten-free dedicated options. I came here for brunch with my mom, when we were seated I asked the hostess for the GF menu, and she said they didn't have one but I could try their Vegan hash... Vegan does not equal GF... Then I asked the waitress if anything could be modified to be GF and she said I could get the Benedict without bread... Hmm.... Well that would kind of defeat the purpose of getting a Benedict... And she also said to get the vegan hash.. Hello? I want some bacon and cheese with my brunch, obviously. Anyway, I ended up getting the corned beef hash (she said she thought it was gf) and it seemed to be and it was really good. SO, If you are really gluten sensitive or celiac, I wouldn't really trust this place. Theres a lot of room for error since the staff is uneducated about our food allergy.
All local, made in-house. Organic, non GMO. Not dedicated GF and no GF Menu, but accommodating and understanding of allergies. Great polenta (corn) croutons on Farmer Salad. Just ask and be clear if you have celiac for other dishes. EDIT: They do have a GF menu now!
They have a full size menu for celiacs and a complex, delicious dessert as well. Many beverages are also available for us and the servers know the foods well. Excellent GF dining experience.
Extremely accommodating, very good to their customers. Had a big family gathering here with many different dietary needs and everyone could eat. When I reviewed them well on yelp they even responded telling me that they were happy we enjoyed our visit and that the waitress and event organizer got a bottle of wine because of their good work with us. I love supporting a local-food restaurant and The Farmhouse does it right.