Gluten free menu with a good amount of options. Got a cob salad with chicken at lunch time and it was so big I ate half and then was able to fill an entire to go container with the left overs. The staff is really knowledgeable and made sure to tell me it was gluten free as the brought it out which I love the reassurance. I will definitely be visiting again. Update I ate here again. This time had a burger on a gluten free bun (udis) it was so delicious!
Menu is limited but when I ordered GF shrimp scampi it came out with garlic cheese bread. I asked if the dish was GF and they said yes. I then asked why there was bread on the plate. I got a “we will fix that” response. Thankfully they did not just take the bread off. The manager came back and said it was the last bag of GF pasta so I needed to order something else. Thankfully they are comping my meal, but it is disappointing.
🚨RANT🚨Should be 0 stars. Just left Duffy’s Sports Bar after a grueling and terrible experience. They offer gf sensitive items for adults, but nothing really for kids. I asked them to use the Udi roll they offer for the grilled cheese. They said they couldn’t. Asked about their gf pasta for a kids portion, they said no. So they brought out a full portion size of GF pasta with butter that I could pick up and throw against the wall and it wouldn’t fall apart. I’m disgusted. This is after we were waiting for our order to be taken for 15 minutes. I know some of this isn’t relevant, but I’m just so freaking exhausted and frustrated every time we go out to dinner.
The reason I go to Duffys is BECAUSE they have burgers with a gluten free bun. So, imagine my surprise when I checked my take out order and there wasn't any bun anywhere! Oh there is an upcharge....and your point is.....I want a gluten free burger with a gluten free bun! That is what I have always ordered and that is what I have always gotten. I don't care if there is an upcharge. That has never happened to me before at Duffys. Is this their new policy? I can go anywhere and get a burger patty with no bun.
Had the chili and bacon mushroom cheeseburger. Both were very good but regular bread was on the side of the plate the cup of chilli was on which made me nervous but not issues. Wait staff was extremely attentive and friendly. Most servers in your area stop to ensure all is good not just your own server which was lovely. Would eat here again.
They have a gluten free menu which is nice but we tried ordering online and they said if we wanted to get it gluten free we would have to pick it up because it may not come out as gluten free. So we went there for dinner instead and requested gluten free and it came out as a regular bun and you could tell by the amount of time it took to fix the order that they just put the same burger on the gluten free bun. So do NOT come here if you have an allergy.
I made it very clear that I have celiac to the server and she was totally clueless when it came to safest options to minimize the risk of cross contamination. They do have a gluten sensitive menu but have a warning listed that it’s not a GF environment. My chili That I ordered (thinking it would be the safest best for minimizing the risk) came out to me with a slice of regular bread. They clearly don’t care or understand at this location. I would avoid this place if you have celiac.
Used to trust them . Now i dont. The server put croutons on my salad after i asked him not to and stayed i was gluten free. Then i ordered a tuna burger on a gf bun and about 3 bites into it i realized it WAS A REGULAR BUN!needless to say i got glutened and they tried to rectify it by a free gift card but it ruined probly what will be my whole weekend
We went here with extended family while on a family trip. I didn’t choose this place and was initially very apprehensive because of past reviews. However, I decided to make the most of it. I was most concerned with my two celiac children. This place has offerings consistent with sports bars. The gluten-free menu is actually labeled “gluten sensitive.” It isn’t extensive, but offers a few items including gluten free pasta Alfredo. When I spoke to the waiter—he immediately gave me the gluten sensitive menu, but was not able to answer any questions about preparations. He said he would send a manager. The manager said not to worry, because the gluten free items would trigger a special preparation on the ticket. I kept on telling him that the food could not have any cross contamination and he did not suggest he would speak to anyone about it, but just said that the cooks were careful. Ummmmmm—lets just say that it didn’t bring me any confidence at all and after using up so much energy trying to explain to both waiter and manager and waiting about half an hour, I talked to my kids and they settled on gluten free pasta. My son had a marinara on his and my daughter went for the Alfredo. My son thoroughly enjoyed his tiny helping and actually wanted more. My daughter’s pasta was undercooked and very chewy, but her shrimp were great. I would say that this was not my favorite place and if given the choice, I would not return here not just because of the gluten concerns, but because the service was lacking overall, each person’s food came out at a different time, the waiter would disappear, the bathrooms were disgusting, and the manager seemed a little too lax and unconcerned with my kids’ orders. Neither of them got sick, so I won’t say that they messed anything up, but as far as restaurants go in general, this was just not my favorite.
My son (who is anaphylactic to wheat) ate a burger safely with an Udis GF bun. My other son and I ate Fettuccini Alfredo (mine blackened, his regular) with GF pasta. I appreciated having other options beyond salad.
My daughter and I both ordered pasta... they served me her "regular" pasta and when I asked if it was GF (because it had a piece of garlic bread on the plate) the server acted annoyed that I would double check. When I was served the correct plate of GF pasta, it was undercooked and pretty disappointing. I also didn't feel to great the next day :(
Fun spot-- separate GF menu which had a decent amount of options. They use Udi's GF rolls, so you are able to have hamburgers and sandwiches. They also had GF pasta, so there was the choice of chicken Alfredo. I went with the burger, which was very good (albeit a little too well done for my taste). Manager brought over my meal as well, so I felt like they knew what they were doing!
I was just happy to find a place close that had a gluten free option. They do have a dedicated GF menu; it had a fair enough options available. Let's be realistic here, we shouldn't expect a full multi-page menu. The burgers are good and Udi's bread is always a guarantee flavor. If you are expecting more from a sports bar in terms of offerings then go find a dedicated GF restaurant, but this was a good option for a bar scene on the water.
DO NOT GO HERE!!!!!! Yes they have a gluten free menu which is the reason I went here. The menu is very small and they list obvious items such as broccoli gluten free. After asking the woman who seated me for the gluten free menu she told me she didn't know what that meant. Finally my waitress brought it over. I ordered the cheeseburger because the menu advertised Udis gluten free buns. When the food came I had a weird feeling about it. The bun did not look gluten free but my waitress assured me twice that it's gluten free and "she has me covered" The bun was definitely not gluten free. Tasted like normal white bread and after researching pictures of Udis buns, it was definitely not Udis. I haven't had a stomach ache this bad in months and urge anyone coming here to be extremely careful. Definitely not coming back
They have a dedicated gluten free menu, which basically lets you have any sandwich or buffer gluten free (Udi's bun). We ordered the mussels for an appetizer and it was served with bread, the waitress apologized and did not charge us for them which I thought showed they were seriously about gluten free.