My wife has celiac. We read the reviews and thought it would be a good place to go. Unfortunately I didn’t read the reviews closely to see they were six years old. There wasn’t a dedicated fryer. There were minimal gluten free options
Very nice and accommodating staff. The hostess has Celiac herself. They were willing to check and accommodate. The food was very tasty. We had the pork chop, the scallops, the sliders, and the truffle fries. All were excellent. Only sad thing was that they had no gluten free replacement for the slider buns and served them without. Still very good.
The atmosphere was a little down, but we went on a deserted holiday weekend, and I'd guess the atmosphere would have been a little less funereal with a few more customers.
One odd note: they serve Omission beer and don't seem aware of the debate over gluten-removed beer.
They did a great job accommodating my son who has celiac and a severe dairy allergy. Chef Frank and the kitchen put together gf/df ribs with steak fries (they have a dedicated gluten free fryer). Even whipped up a gf/df dessert. All meals were very good. Friendly staff. Nice setup with good atmosphere.
Good menu choices for GF. Excited to try more. The service and management seems to lack effort. I hope they figure out how to turn that around and not be in the restaurant death spiral. Very nice and large space with fireplaces, etc.
All items that can be made gluten free are clearly marked on menu. Great staff and wonderful tavern atmosphere in bar area.