Let me start by saying that I am 100% NOT gluten-free. For me, gluts-free usually means a meal that either tasters inferior or costs more. The first time I ate at Sweet 27, I had no idea initially that it was a gluten free restaurant. But, my buddy who was with my happens to have celiac disease (and yes, our conversation with the waiter did start with my friend looking like an idiot, asking what gluten free options they offered,) so we stayed. And, we were both blown away. Food is great, as is the atmosphere and the food.