There are four different types of meatballs on the menu & one daily special meatball. Only one of which is gluten free. There are four of the sauces that are gluten free. The salads, although don't say they are gluten free, can be made gluten free by omitting the croutons. There are also soups and snacky things on the menu, but none of which are gluten free. They did have some gluten free sides that you could get your meatballs on top of like mashed potatoes or gluten free penne pasta.
I ordered the spicy pork meatballs with an almond spinach pesto sauce. Since I'm not much of a meatball eater, I ordered two balls ala carte.
The meatballs arrived in a little silver basket. They were bright green. The pesto sauce was quite tasty, although I'm not sure I tasted any almond in it. The meatballs were tender and moist, just as you'd want a meatball to be. They had a heavy pork flavor with a bit of bacon and a nice kick of spice from the chili peppers. Overall, these were some tasty meatballs and so was the sauce.
I also didn't experience any gluten related issues, so they did a good job of making this dish gluten free. If you're in the mood for some meatballs, I'd recommend Emporio.
942 Penn Ave Downtown