Fabulous service , the waitress, manager and chef were so helpful and knowledgeable about cross contamination. Hamburger bun was grilled in a separate pan, their idea after I asked for the bun to not be grilled due to my concerns of cross contamination. All meals at our table were prepared gluten free, great selection for gluten free options. Food was awesome.
Wonderful gluten bread and a variety of sandwich formats. Be ready to wait in line if going around popular eating times. Also, I highly recommend you try their essential oil sodas! A great local spot in Cleveland.
Thought the food was good and the portions were huge! Great bang for your buck. Menus clearly states that they are "not a gluten free kitchen". Meaning cross contamination probably an issue. I think that's an issue anywhere outside of your own kitchen. I have celiac, I asked some questions, ate some food labeled GF ( there are many choices) and I am feeling good today! The place is really a local "joint" with lots of character. Live music was great. Maybe not the best for little kids. I would definitely go back!
The Cafe and Central Market is a great for kids. The cafe has a GF menu, but they keep it at the registers so I didn't have much time to decide. Went with the Cobb Salad and it was good.
Ask a cashier for the GF menu before you get in line.
The fries are not gluten free. they are fried in a fryer with breaded items. they have very little gluten free items but do offer a bun if you want a cheeseburger. However, my daughter has gotten sick after eating here 2 separate times. The staff do not seem to care when you mention that you are gluten free. definitely ask for manager when you order.
Unfortunately, they are no longer celiac friendly. Talked to the owner and they had to start making things with regular flour for business purposes. He said there is a high possibility of cross contamination. A huge bummer