Got takeout, ordered the cheeseburger pizza and a salad. Specifically said no croutons or bread. The order was even repeated back to me. My husband brought it back to the house and it was loaded with croutons. Pizza was definitely gluten free (could tell by the crust and comparing to my husbands) and very good. The manager did refund us the price of the salad.
I was so disappointed to find croutons in the salad I ordered off the gluten free menu! update: I've ordered from there a bunch more times and most times my order is correct and I haven't gotten sick. i always double check my order though. I'm adding another star.
Absolutely no-go for celiac disease, as the company itself says on their website. ALL items are made in shared spaces, using shared oils, fryers, and utensils. Even salad is contaminated by gloves. A friend who has worked at multiple locations is always shocked that gluten-free people keep going back because the company has always (going back to mid-'00s) gone out of its way to alert celiac patients not to eat there. The most I've ever ordered is soft drinks. Please, do NOT eat at any Wood-n-Tap if you have celiac!
the food was delicious, but I ordered a gluten free bun and received a regular one. as I am sure many of you know, this is a major issue for those with celiac or allergies. when I brought it to my servers attention, she didn't seem all that concerned about it and I didn't eat the burger after I had removed the bunch from the plate and she didn't take anything off our bill. now I'm not looking for a handout and I work in restaurants so I know how it is, that sometimes things happen. But if someone has an allergy YOU ALWAYS alert the kitchen staff. And if YOU scree up and serve someone the wrong food, you at the very least take it off the bill. Be careful eating here, I wouldn't want to see anyone get sick.
As a Celiac, it's hard to find places to eat. I called ahead of time because their GF menu has the disclaimer that there may be cross-contamination. I spoke with Christine, the manager, and she was very helpful in telling me what was safer than others (salads - not safe because of the crouton handling). She said she would be there when I got there and she personally took my order and everything was great. However, if you don't have that kind of attention, it may be tough. They steam the broccoli with the pasta water. The GF pizza is cooked right with the regular pizza. They do have a dedicated fryer, but the safest option is to use the grill - they have a section where nothing is sauced - request to have your meal cooked on that section.
Ask to see the gluten free menu when dining...they have tons of options. I ordered a bacon cheeseburger on a gluten free bun. The gluten free bun was delicious I had to question if it was gluten free it was that good! The waitress was so knowledgeable and compassionate about my celiac issue. I will def. be going back there to try other gluten free options.
Nice place. GF Menu is called GLUTEN FRIENDLY which tends to scare people. They have GF buns and desserts, the GF turkey burger was great ( had it on lettuce bed - the GF bun is $2 extra). They also carry a few GF beers (too bad I have a ways to drive!) --- recommend the Omission IPA.
Pretty extensive GF menu. I had a bacon burger that was cooked perfectly; very good. The GF bun was not great, but not the cooks fault; they're never great. This one was sweet; odd. A few GF beers avail too. I haven't had a burger and a beer in awhile, overall I'm very happy!
Wood n Tap's gluten-friendly menu with several GF beers demonstrates that they get it. I would imagine someday their freedom fries will be cooked in a gluten free dedicated fryer. The food and service are good.
Loved wood and tap to begin with, they have a lot to choose from but have had food come out not gluten free twice at separate locations after reminding server and ordering from gluten free menu. The staff isn't very careful. Very disappointed since they have such a good selection.
The selection is pretty good but they overcharge to make it gluten free. The pizza shouldn't even be considered a meal, it's so small AND costs more than most meals there. Seeing as its hard to find gluten free pizza, I guess I'll have to give them some credit.