Nachos were good.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
A fun place and our server was nice but no one seemd to have much information about GF so I ordered a dish that was marked GF on the menu just to be safe. It was very tasty but unfortunately made me very sick. Not a good place for celiac.
I went here on a work outing and the waitress was so hostile and uninformed about answering my gluten-related questions that I was too scared to eat my very expensive meal.
Good food and a easy to identify menus with GF items. However, no nutritional information is on their site and no other allergies are indicated. I.e. Soy they are not a facility that guarantees there is no cross contamination as a side note. Overall it’s a cool place to be just be cautious.
I was here for the first time this past weekend for lunch. Beautiful restaurant with great views of the mountains. Daughter and I both have celiac and had to ask the server what items in the menu could be made gluten free as nothing is marked (big bummer for such a large restaurant that is part of a chain). Fortunately had a knowledgeable waitress. All burgers can be served with a gluten free bun and all salad dressings for the salads are gluten free. Doesn't leave a lot of choices on the menu but the burgers we ordered were very good. Waitress was not sure if fries had a dedicated fryer and seemed to not know how to find out. Other gluten free sides available but you will pay extra. Fun but pricey meal.