The staff was very knowable and eager to assist. They have a dedicated fryer so I enjoyed some French fries. I also enjoyed artichoke dip with some veggies and a hard cider on tap. They handled all my gluten free needs perfectly. The only problem I encountered was I did not like the Ruben I because I felt the corned beef was too dry. Overall I recommend this restaurant as safe for celiac.
The wait staff tried as best as she could and spoke to a manager and they put allergy on the order. I ordered the mixed greens with all fresh ingredients - tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, green onion, tomato with olive oil dressing and my Nima came back with gluten found. So disappointing.
I’ve eaten here before but recently got a Nima sensor so I was excited to test out my lunch. They do have a separate GF menu with lots of options. I ate the French fries before but was told this time they are fried with the beer battered fish. WTH! The house made chips aren’t safe either then. My husband got the GF Reuben and I got the GF turkey sandwich, both on Udi’s bread. I tested my meal 2x. All 3 tests came back with ‘gluten found’. I would say this place is not celiac safe!
There are items on the gluten free menu that contain farro. The chef seemed unaware that farro even contains gluten. The gluten free beer is good but I would not trust any food prepared there. The server was incredibly rude and defensive when I showed her the obvious gluten in the dish I was served.
My husband is newly diagnosed celiac. We tried the local and food was very good. They have a gluten free menu and "Try" to have dedicated fryer for their crisps. He seems to be having some side effects after eating there. We did not ask about prep area. They are sure to point out they cant guarantee no cross contamination. I would say they are not celiac friendly.
Has disclaimer on the menu that they can't "guarantee" no cross contamination. And when I ordered, the server pointed it out to me several times and seemed annoyed when I asked about prep protocols. She wouldn't answer and just kept pointing to the disclaimer. Not for celiacs.