The food was pretty good, and they do have a lot of options. However, I had to explain that my gluten free order had to be treated as an ALLERGY (Celiac) and it took the waitress a few tries to understand that and convey it to the kitchen. Saying 'I'm ordering gluten free' is apparently not enough to get the kitchen to prepare your food Celiac-safe, you have to really push the point for them to use fresh gloves, fresh pans, and whatnot. So given the food was only pretty good I won't be back. I didn't get sick, but I didn't get excited either.
I was disappointed. They have gfree options, but they are not really gluten free as they are prepared in the same area as regular pancakes, toast, etc. So there is a strong risk of cross contamination. If you have celiac disease you should stay away.
This smaller diner offers big gluten free options. This is a small place so seating is limited. During busy times there may be a wait. Along with gluten free French Toast, pancakes, and toast, the Meeting Place has gluten free chocolate cake. There may be even more thing but we only looked at breakfast.