It was an okay meal and nice they had the list of gluten free options on their website. The service was good, but the food was just pretty average in my opinion. Brisket and chicken were a little on the dry side for me. Coleslaw was good and beans were a little bland.
We were advised today that many of their items are GF including all of their sauces. I tried their smoked chicken wings - grilled separately from any breaded/gluten items. We will return for their GF prime rib as the au jus is GF!
They have a GF menu that offers several good choices including brisket, sausage, chicken, beef ribs. The white meat chicken was a bit dry. The only sides that are GF are potato salad, coleslaw and beans. The potato salad is amazing.
Decent gf selections, but their"safe" to eat menu is dated July 2011, so I asked about a couple of other things that turned out to be okay, as well. Since it was lunch, I chose a salad. It was delivered, and I began cutting the grilled chicken. Just before taking the first bite, I realized I had been looking at croutons. They took it back without a problem, but when the server returned with the new, she said she pointed out to the kitchen staff whereshe indicated gluten issues. The response was, "We didn't know croutons had gluten." Didn't give me the warm fuzzies, but I had no problems with the food. My recommendation is just to be extra careful here.
I got glutened at County Line yesterday at Bee Caves Rd Austin. I think it was the BBQ sauce. Yes they do have a separate gluten free menu. I made the mistake of having a little of the BBQ sauce which I asked for on the side. I'm pretty sure that's what did it.
Never been glutened. Eaten here about 6 times. We get the brisket, sausage, coleslaw, and potato salad.
Food was ok. Nothing special and definitely better out there. I have gluten intolerance and although chose items that are noted as being gluten free on their website I still was sick that night.
They have a gluten free menu and the staff is very helpful when ordering.
First trip to San Antonio, recently diagnosed Celiac, found this place with a GF menu, all is well , right? Quite a list of GF selections. Food was hit or miss. Grilled Buffalo Wings were meaty and well flavored. I proceeded with the 2 meat platter, I was half right. The sausage had a nice smoky pop to it. The beef rib ($4 upcharge) was chewy and not BBQed nearly enough. I don't mind the fat that comes along with a beef rib, but it should be cooked long enough so that it practically melts, not the case here with a stringy chunk of cow. GF sides were potato salad (nicely seasoned with fresh dill but a bit salty) and a typical cole slaw. On a side note, waited nearly an hour for the check because the printer was down. It took that long to manually add 3 items on a piece of paper and hand it to me. It took me 49 years of life to make it to Texas, so if I ever get back here I wouldn't hesitate to eat somewhere else!
Pretty good sized gf menu: brisket, chicken, beef, baby back, & St. Louis ribs, and sausage. The meat was pretty dry though :( They also have steaks, fish, and burgers with several sides. Ask for their gf menu.
They have a gluten-free advising list but it conflicts with their allergen list. I got the appetizer plate of a 1/2 lb sausage. All the food there is very tasty but the allergen list says to avoid the pork dishes.