Gluten free options are marked on the menu. It’s about 25% (ish) of the standard menu. I had Carolina style chopped bbq, green beans, and cole slaw. It was good and the server was really reassuring and accommodating when I told him I have celiac.
I didn't get sick but I can't say I loved the food. The BBQ turkey had so many little bones in it. I'm worried about children eating it and swallowing them. Not okay! The potato salad reminded me of an old fashioned potato salad my grandma makes and I enjoyed it.
Famous for pulled pork bbq and ribs. Some GF sides available.
LOVE that their main menu depicts what is gluten free (and also labels vegetarian options). Both sauces were gluten free and delicious. Our server was great and didn't hesitate when I asked him about gluten free. I had the brisket and collards and green beans. They serve biscuits and hush puppies to the table so just let them know if you don't want it served. I heard the pulled pork was incredible, and is also gluten free. Would come back!
This was a huge let down. After taking care to order gluten free they didn't write my order with any sort of allergen indication and included some breaded product that was likely not GF. We ordered the Big Boy meat platter. My partner liked the pulled pork well enough but it was a bit spicy for my taste. I tried the chicken, brisket, and ribs but the seasoning wasn't anything to write home about.
I've eaten at The Pit a few times without a problem but this time someone got careless in the kitchen. Halfway through my side of gf Brussels, I found a few green beans from the (not gf) green bean casserole. Later, I felt the effects of being glutened. If I go back, I will just get the meat and a salad. The sides are just too risky in my opinion.