Very good food (I got the Mediterranean wrap gluten free), and the server was knowledgeable about cross contamination, but I ended up with a reaction anyways. 😣
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Went here for a party. Good service but the gluten free wrap was expensive and fell apart. I did not get sick from my wrap though.
DO NOT eat here if you are sensitive. The staff is not knowledgeable about cross-contamination at all. They also seemed way more focused on each other than the customers. Decent food, but the gluten free upcharges are ridiculous. Less than a few minutes after eating the food I knew I was going to be sick for long time.
I was very disappointed in my visit to The Green Goat. My server named Charles had really bad sores all over his face and seems to be on really bad drugs. I was really grossed out by the sores on Charles' face that I could only imagine what other bad hygenie he had. We already waited about 10 minutes for Charles to come to our table and when we saw what he looked like we just left. We were not even able to try their gluten-free food. I definitely do not recommend The Green Goat to anyone!
ok food...pizza kind of $$. daughter is celiac...they messed up her order, but she was a good sport.
Ordered a gluten free pizza, which looked regular. The server promised it was GF after we triple checked with him. I was sick as a dog after. Went back again at the request of a group of friends, where I received an actual gluten free pizza. It looks totally different. Also, its tiny and a $5 upcharge from the huge regular pizzas. This time the server told me nothing here is gluten free. Everything is cooked together. So, if you have an allergy, please don't eat here.
Drink was amazing so that's a plus. Waitress was very unsure about gf options. Pizza is $5 upcharge for gf crust. I got a wrap with raw chicken in it and the manager didn't even come over to apologize. Someone on here mentioned a gf brownie but that does not exist. Sad birthday dinner :(
I've eaten here several times. The best bet is the gluten free ravioli. The gf pizzas are cooked with the regular pizzas. The gf wraps are 'ok'. They always have some form of bold rock cider on tap which is what keeps me coming back.
Servers were knowledgable. Nice building. No dedicated frier/kitchen. I had a GF wrap that was falling apart before it was served to me. The meal was of average quality. My daughter had a GF cheese pizza for a $5 up charge. It was very low quality. The crust fell apart and it was undercooked. (My son had a regular cheese pizza and said it was OK.)
Very good! Gf chicken and kale ravioli were amazing and the salad was fresh! They also had gf pizza crust, gf wraps, and gf brownies. Server indicated that they were trying to get more items. Overall great food!
I've only been once so far and I don't know about dedicated cooking space, but I had the GF ravioli and it was delicious! I had no reaction so I'm assuming it's safe. I am celiac but I'm not sure how sensitive I am yet. They also had gluten-free pizza crust which I'll be back to try as well as a pork chop platter that looked to be gluten safe. Very cool spot right on the Greenway!