I'm not GF, and I've eaten here many times. The food is good "diner" food. Not fancy, but filling and tasty. However, my daughter is Celiac, and I tried to take her here. They basically turned us away. The hostess and another person, maybe a manager, said they can't prepare GF pancakes without cross contamination. I asked if they could make them in a skillet instead of on the grill, and they said no, they stick, it doesn't work. We left with the impression they really didn't want to serve us and weren't willing to try to find something my kid could eat.