I love this place! The employees are very nice and you can’t beat the location. That being said, it’s not really celiac safe. They do have gluten free buns, but they admit that not everyone washes their hands when getting a bun out. I pretty much just get lettuce and bring my own dressing. Also, they don’t have dedicated taps for gluten free beers or ciders so you have to hope they have a bottle of something that you can drink. The setting is amazing! It’s right on the river and so beautiful!
— Not very
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Offers GF bread. That’s about it. Not sure about sourcing of blue cheese, yes to shared fryers and non-scratch items are not necessarily safe. Not sure why they come up on the app if bread is the only safe offering, but there you go.
When I asked about gluten free beer they said they didn't have any. Then I asked about bottled beer and they have Redbridge :-)
They offer gf bread / buns for burgers and sandwiches but I don't think they know much about gf (I'm pretty sure the fries were breaded).
the only option for gluten free is burgers with gluten free bread. on hoping I don't get sick. no gluten free beer options. no alternatives. only recommendation from manager was a grilled chicken or a burger, that's it. no cable so no TV.
The Wet Dog was a favorite of my husband and me before I realized I had to go gluten free. They are currently revising their menu. I had a lovely glass of Pinot Gris and a vegetable wrap sandwich. They made it into a sandwich with gluten free bread. The sandwich was very tasty. I recommend this restaurant to anyone who needs to be GF.
great celiac friendly restaurant!! knowledgeable staff and very accommodating!
Great food with lots of GF options! I enjoyed the Atomic Burger (with GF bread), fries, and a GF beer! The staff is friendly and helpful!