Fun place. GF menu is very outdated. Cider only, no starters, 1 brunch item, 4 salads, 1 steak, 3 sides (one of those is a salad). Food is available, just don't choose them because of the wide selection. They offer more than most bars/pubs around here!
They have a total of maybe 6 gluten free items. The old menu is void. I wouldn’t recommend
Had the burger with GF bun and a salad. Good and cheap. No issues
Going downhill! No GF beer any longer, just ciders and a gf bun.
Good food. Had the chicken kabobs and they were very flavorful. All GF items clearly marked on the menu.
Great food, clearly marked GF items, excellent service, and the hubby (who eats regular food when we're out) was impressed with the sliders. I had the chicken kebabs and the blackened salmon Cesar salad. Both were well executed and delicious.
My wife and I both had the black and bleu burgers with GF buns. They were both delish! Originally when I called they were not sure if the bleu cheese was gf and the server took the time to go read the product label while I was on the phone. Unfortunately their fries are not gf because they are seasoned but their jalapeño ranch dressing on a side salad was terrific. We will definitely be back to Third Base!
The staff is not aware of GF items and beers. I had to educate them based on this app. I did get a decent burger though and it was on a GF bun. They have Redbridge beer and a couple of ciders. At least I know I can go to a sports bar and get a burger and a beer without getting sick.
Was pleasantly surprised. Got the turkey blt with sautéed veggies and everything tasted very fresh! Would definitely (and probably will) return!
Completely shocked with their selection and UDI bread! One of the better selections if you're looking for a good sandwich!!
Very limited GF menu. I went there once and it was OK (if you like cold mashed potatoes with your burger). Went back a second time and was told 5 minutes after I ordered that they were out of GF buns. I not going back.
Went for the first time tonight. Got a burger on an Udi's roll. Burger was juicy but still a little dry--maybe that's just the roll though. They list fries on their gluten free menu and I got excited but turns out they don't have a dedicated fryer. However I talked to the server/bartender and she said she would discuss this with the kitchen manager. She seemed to think they have enough fryers to dedicate one--so maybe that will change. Good service, waitress didn't know a lot about gluten free but was willing to listen and maybe she will talk to her managers. I'm gonna guess this is not the place for celiacs, but intolerances are probably safe.