While in Pensacola, we also visited the famous McGuires Irish Pub. Here people sign & staple dollar bills to the ceiling.
They have mug holders like pubs in Europe do, where people have a mug they keep at the pub on a certain hook to use which entitles them to cheaper drinks.
The decor and atmosphere were great. The drinks were cheap.
Since my group had already planned to eat here, I called ahead and thankfully found out they had a gluten free menu. Again, it isn’t necessarily a restaurant I would pick as a celiac, but I had to make do since I didn’t have my own car there.
The Irish potato skins scared me at first, as it had brown pieces of what looked like bacon, but the waitress double checked with the kitchen and found that they were the rind pieces of the gouda cheese. They were delicious and safe thankfully, a plate of them filled me because that was my entire meal. (They would not serve the tenderloin bites well done and I don’t like my meat undercooked. There was also a crouton on the plate when it came out rare–needless to say, I was just grateful for the potato skins at that point. People there seem to like their meat uncooked and don’t like to accommodate any other tastes!)
There were no gluten free dessert options, sadly. To keep with the $1 bill theme, after dinner mints were served. No clue if they were gluten free, so I didn’t eat them.
(I was not compensated for this review. This is just my own personal experience and opinion to help others.)