We visited here with a group of six because the restaurant was supposed to be one of the best places in the twin cities for gluten-free dining. If so, God help anyone in the area who has celiac or is gluten intolerant. There were gluten-free choices but not much more than you would find in any other restaurant. About a third of the menu at lunch was sandwiches but none were available with GF bread. Salads and sides such as beans or greens were GF but then any restaurant could pull off those options. Our server was detached; maybe that was supposed to be cool. Anyway, if you're looking for GF choices, keep looking.
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