Revised my quote down to 1*
The only thing worse than a place that doesn’t know about gluten is a place that has a gluten free menu that has items that aren’t actually gluten free. The bartender did warn us of the items which are clearly listed as gluten free, but are not. Still, this is inexcusable.
Further, they list things as gluten free that are made in a shared fryer. This place is ignorant of gluten allergies and should not be trusted.
This used to be one of my favorite places before I got celiacs about a year ago. Now, not so much.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much/None
This place is mostly known for its craft beers, and unfortunately none of them are gluten free. However, they also serve a few craft ciders and meads which are labeled gluten free on the menu. Wine as well (unsure if it's inherently gluten free since the menu didn't say so - I didn't try it).
They have a gluten free food menu as well. Options are fairly limited - salads and sandwiches without the bread. Also have chicken wings - but the fryer is shared with gluten containing foods so they're unsafe for celiacs. The server told me they're familiar with celiac and would take the necessary precautions.
My stomach felt a bit funky afterwards but it didn't feel like I was glutened (I know what that feels like). So maybe it was something else, perhaps unrelated to what I ate or drank. So I don't *think* I was glutened but not 100% certain
— Separate gluten-free menu
— Not Much