Went here hoping for pizza (I'm celiac). Left empty handed when the hostess said that the restaurant's "gf pizza" is just a gf crust and could be subject to cross contamination. She added (once I said I was celiac and inquiring on their kitchen practices) that if someone has a "gluten sensitivity" they would probably be okay to eat there but they've had Celiac customers call to complain of being glutenated.
Everything is cross-contaminated. When they load up the flour tortillas the spoons touched them every time. We asked if the chips were gluten free but they said no. We asked how they are gluten free and they said they wash their hands. That doesn't clean the gluten out of the food!
Do not eat here if you have celiac disease or are gluten sensitive. The GF menu appears to be a nice selection of salads, sandwiches and entrées but not so. The food preparation and cooking surfaces not separate or cleaned from gluten entrées preps. I wanted a GF Reuben sandwich but it is grilled on the same surface with gluten breads so I ordered a GF salad thinking it would be safe. The salad came with additional ingredients (non-GF) that were not listed on the menu and I was not told. I noticed it and talked to the server who was unsure. The manager stated that it contained additional ingredients and I should not eat it. Another red flag was the menu explanation that states "to QUALIFY for GF..." just substitute with a GF bun. I suspect that some of the other ingredients on the sandwiches may not have been GF either. I've had celiac disease for several yrs and have come to know which ingredients to stay away from. In the end, I did not eat here; I walked out hungry and very disappointed.
This place is off the beaten path but well worth the visit. Legit GF restaurant. I was like a kid in a candy store. Sampled some appetizers and the pizza was awesome. Desserts to die for. Definitely recommend!