Not very GF friendly. Nice atmosphere but wait staff was not sure if ciders were GF; only one bottled beer was GF ($11); GF buns for burgers; no GF other designation on menu items; no discussion by staff as to what could be prepared GF; no GF designation on salad dressings. Disappointing for a new restaurant.
No food for you at this establishment. If you're interested in a historical experience, this is the spot - staff are both unaware of what gluten is, yet massively triggered by the thought that someone might not be able to eat it, in a way that seems very 2009. Two stars for cider and mead on tap and in bottles - as a place to drink it's fine, just be prepared to eat elsewhere.
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