I posted about Eat 'n Park some time ago (they had something on their gluten free menu that wasn't gluten-free). So I went there again yesterday with my mother who is also gluten free. (I'm in Pittsburgh visiting her). She likes Eat 'n Park so even though I don't we went there because she wanted to.
We looked on the gluten-free menu and it said omelets were gluten free. I double checked with the waitress, she said yes they were. Also the breakfast potatoes. So we ordered, then waited forever (which is usual for Eat 'n Park). Finally our food came and right there on her plate next to her omelet were not breakfast potatoes but hash browns. They were only touching one end of the omelet and she didn't want to send it all back and have to wait forever again for a replacement. So I cut off that end of the omelet and gave it and the potatoes to my son. I mentioned it to the waitress when she came back, and then a few minutes later one of the managers came by and gave us our check with the cost of the omelet deducted. Nice of them, but still no help about the gluten. Fortunately my mother was fine with it this morning since she didn't actually eat any. (she's not diagnosed with celiac but went gluten-free after I was diagnosed, and feels 100% better so never went back to it).
I ordered ordinary eggs, bacon, and the potatoes and feel fine this morning so I guess that was okay. (except that the eggs were not cooked well, and my tea was hardly hot). But I would advise avoiding Eat 'n Park unless you absolutely have no choice, especially if you are very sensitive to gluten.