Upon my arrival, the staff appeared to be warm and very happy to work for the company. I had not problem with the flavor of the food once I discovered what I would like to eat. Holy Shitake Pizza is my favorite.
Like many places, they provide a list of ingredients that are gluten-free. I also noticed the disorganized menu in which you have to figure out what is safe to eat as the gluten free option is offered in various locations of the menu.
It would be much simpler and more lucrative for the company to have a clear and concise Gluten-Free menu just as they would for their regular guests or a children's menu. I will explain why:
As a patron, I am hungry. Dealing with a menu listing what I cannot eat is a stressful situation. The relief is knowing there are options. The difficulty is with knowing that I have to cross reference with a check list of items. The check list is a fine additive, but should not be used for gluten free patrons. They deserve a menu separate from others. In fact, every allergy patron should have a full menu.
The server did not have much of an awareness on what is available to gluten free patrons. BIG PROBLEM. I was really close to walking out. I would not want to risk getting poisoned if I am dealing with people who are not educated on this matter. But I was hungry and knew it was better than any other limited option in the area.