Despite a menu that really stressed gluten free dining, it's not even remotely close. The limitation of gluten free is no difference than eating at McDonalds. The heavily altered food that we were able to get was very good, but pricey considering we got half the food that anyone else gets.
1 GF item According to our waitress, the only GF menu item was the chilaquiles. The salsa verde is so thin the chips soaked it all up and the dish was still dry. I had to request extra sauce and sour cream, which did very little to improve the dish. BF ordered the Chicago Stockyards w/no mushrooms. What he received was not even close to what he ordered; neither of the 2 waitstaff who handled our dishes even noticed. Our waitress was too busy conversing with other employees, we had to flag someone else down to request the correct dish. This time, the item was correct, but still wrong as it included mushrooms and lacked the side of toast. We loved this place when it was part of Bleeding Heart Bakery. It is unlikely we will be back.
The staff has not been trained on what gluten is or what it's in on the menu. I ordered potatoes that I was assured were gluten free. After a few bites, I could tell they'd been fried and that there had been breading in the fryer. I asked the waitress, and she assured me they were gluten free, but I asked her to check anyway. It turned out they were fried in oil where things had been breaded. There was no apology issued nor was there an offer to remove the price from the bill even though I could not eat the item.