I appreciate that they list GF items on their menu and that they carry a GF beer. I also like that they have GF bun for burgers and such - it’s American gastropub food sandwiches, salads, flatbread/pizzas. However it’s not a very safe place for Celiac. Pizza cooked on same surface with no safety pan. Fryer is not safe, small kitchen so likely a lot of contamination. I kind of hate restaurants that advertise their GF options but don’t prepare them conscientiously. Food is fine otherwise. Nothing great. Waitress was nice and helpful to accommodate.
Phenomenal gluten-free pizza dough - not the frozen pre-made one! Plenty other dishes to eat. Patio in back.
Sad but true - the first 6 times I had no trouble eating their pizza. The last time it must have been cross contaminated in the oven or during preparation. Had a gluten reaction - not terrible but still enough to spoil the day. Now I am not comfortable to try agin. Too bad...