Fortunately, our charming and clever waitress (Breanna) is familiar with gluten-free (and dairy-free) patrons. She suggested the fettucine bolognese with their gluten-free pasta, which my husband liked. Note: there isn't a lot of sauce in this dish. I tried the veal dinner but can't recommend it because it was very tough. Perhaps its dairy-free version isn't cooked (slowly) in the oven as the conventional version is said to be. I asked for a little GF pasta in place of the milky side dish choices. (Glad I did because the carrots I was served had butter on them and the spinach must have been covered in cayenne pepper.)
I had the salmon and mashed potatoes and it was fine. I was excited to see flour less chocolate cake on the dessert menu but The waitress told me it contained a little bit of gluten so either she didn't know what she was taking about or it's false advertising.
They did not have any gluten free pizza or pasta. They will cook your pasta if you bring it in. I ended up eating a simple salad. You should call before to make sure they have gf items.
They have GF pizza crust and will cook your GF pasta if you bring it in...!! Knowledge about GF restrictions...!!