We had an excellent dinner here. It is important to make sure to tell the server you are gluten free. They do have items on the menu that are clearly marked, however, as they are on the menu isn't gluten free so changes will be made. We had the tenderloin bites as an appetizer and our server, Michelle B, brought the onion straws on a side plate for my husband as they are not gluten free. I ordered the Chilean sea bass but the sauce it comes with the kitchen alerted the waitress it was not GF, she brought my entree out simply prepared and offered options for a GG sauce. The chipotle sauce was excellent. We split the dirty potatoes which were also very good. I could have ordered creme brulee for dessert, but I was too full. They gave us a chocolate raspberry truffle, which was GF with our bill which was a nice touch. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars was due to.the fact that the menu offers GF items but unless you alert the staff that you are GF, you may unknowingly not get GF. The staff seemed very knowledgeable and we had great service.
This restaurant was hooked up to a local casino. They did have a number of GF items in their menu. From appetizers to main dishes. Unfortunately, they were VERY overpriced, and the food wasn't near what you would expect for the price. My wife ordered the salmon, which was very small for over $30, without and sides, which started at $6. One of the appetizers was okay for her. Probably could have had better food at the casino buffet. Would not recommend, and even if we lived in the area, would not return there.