I discovered that the Crow’s Nest at the wharf offers a rather detailed gluten free menu. This provides the gluten free diner hope for an informed kitchen, and my server was very gracious and helpful as I pieced together my dinner (taking part of the evening’s special and part of the standard menu.)
The Crow’s Nest receives very high marks for location and view, and that view will bring me back again, particularly because I don’t have to agonize over the ingredients in the menu.
The Crow’s Nest doesn’t usually receive very high marks for the food. It is good, but not excellent. Nothing to write home about, save for the fact that I can eat it without anxiety, and I can see the sailboats while I eat it.