We’ve had cross contamination and just straight up putting croutons on a gf salad after a long (personal) health conversation issue.
If it’s not crowded and you get a nice waiter/waitress there’s a better chance you’re safe, but skip a Saturday night!
Go with a burger or salad. They never seem interested in customizing orders.
It is a beautiful view on a nice night. (We Haven’t tried their brunch.)
The staff seemed somewhat knowledgeable and I ordered the salmon salad, letting them know I could not have any wheat. They did not offer or mention any gluten free bread options. After eating a few bites of my food it tasted like a teriyaki or hoisin marinade (not listed on the menu). When I asked if it was a wheat free sauce, they took my plate, then they assured me it was not cooked with any sauce. Despite the fact that I already felt sick. The flavor of marinade was so strong, I would warn that risk of cross contamination is very likely (if they are correct). If not, they completely avoided responsibility for giving me the wrong food. My mother, also with celiac got the Caesar without croutons and had no issues.
Has Against the Grain buns for burgers and sandwiches.
They have salads, meat and fish. Often things are breaded. Not allergy friendly. Few foods that do not contain the common allergens.
Serves a gf roll with an appetizer yet charges an additional $2 to substitute the same roll for a sandwich or burger. Don't even try to order gf pasta if they are "busy", they won't substitute. Mediocre food at best, especially for the price. Gf pizza is spruced up frozen pizza I have had from the grocery store for half the price. (Against the Grain products are easily identifiable).
Many gluten-free entrees to choose from, as well as gluten free buns and bread for burgers and sandwiches. The food is excellent, and cider and gluten-free beer are available. In summer, choose a table outside by the water and enjoy the marina.