Greensquare Tavern was recommended to me by a fellow Celiac. While they don't have a dedicated gluten free menu, my friend assured me they have plenty of gluten free options. I finally got around to trying it last night and was quite happy.
When I asked the waitress about their gluten free selections she informed me that everything on the menu is already gluten free or could be made gluten free except the pastas and bread (i.e. hamburger buns). This was nice to hear. My brother and I both ordered the steak. It came with home made french fries and roasted vegetables. I hadn't had a steak in a long time and it really hit the spot.
The waitress also informed me that the corn bread muffins were gluten free. This was very exciting until the bread man came around and all the bread was in the same basket. As a Celiac, I was horrified. As a fat kid at heart, I still ate the corn bread. Don't tell the gluten free police. This is obviously a giant no no for anyone that is extremely sensitive. I am moderately sensitive and didn't have a reaction, so yay to that. Someone a bit more vocal would have mentioned to the staff that it is unacceptable. I opted for silence and a prayer not to get sick. It worked.
Despite this snafu, I really enjoyed Greensquare Tavern. Our waitress was nice, the host came over to check in, and the chef even came out at the end to ask how everything was. Ok ok, this would have been a good time to mention that you can't keep gluten free corn bread in with the regular bread, but I've eaten at plenty of places with gluten free menus and assurances of my safety and still gotten sick, so you really never know.
Has anyone else been here? How was your experience?