Great prime rib and service. My non celiac friends say the regular food is good, too. Salad bar has been hit or miss, but the french onion soup has always been pretty good.
The menu is online and gluten free selections are marked. I went with a large group for lunch, so the server's competence was especially important to me, and she was delightful. She did not know whether the sweet potato fries were gluten free, but she smiled and said, if they are not, what would be my second choice. So, I had a nice time with my group of friends even though I was the only celiac there. My salmon fillet with Dijon mustard sauce was delectable and my second choice baked potato was good, too. No after effects, so I will definitely go back.