In Denver this is the only 100% GF bakery that has ever been worth going to. They are expensive and could do better but I'm just excited to have a safe place to get some carbs!! I love their bagels and scones and I used get my bread here. They seem to do better at savory. The sweets are hit or miss; the cakes are tasteless bean flour topped with sickening sweet, crystalized icing. But their cinnamon roll is perfect! I love the owner and the staff is very sweet! I hope they continue to grow and improve! I wish they used better eggs and dairy and expanded their meal choices to something worth eating. I work down the street; I'd be there everyday if they served a good GF sub!!
Best GF burger I've had in a long time! Service was a little slow but very friendly and the manager brought out our food to us! They have a separate frier for the fries and made sure to reassure us that they try their best to avoid cross contamination (however they do have a disclaimer stating that it is still a possibility) Over all it was amazing though, and we will be coming back!
Just make sure you weigh the risk and be very clear about your needs. I've had success with the pizzas and sandwiches, but not salads. I am a Celiac with gluten induced paralysis (very sensitive). This location is always busy and the flour in the air is a contamination risk to consider. That being said, I have eaten here safely. For prospective, I cannot generally walk near the grocery bakery because I will react to the flour in the air alone. A better location is the one on Colorado Blvd, which is less busy.
They have expanded their gluten free options and only use real crab! This reduces contamination risk so much! As a Celiac with Gluten Ataxia (paralysis) eating out is a rare luxury. I have had great success with this location.
I just wanted to post a review for those wondering what, if anything, this restaurant has to offer for those on a gluten free diet. While they have a few gluten free beers (I went for a lunch meeting so did not drink), the location is great, and the atmosphere is nice, their gluten free offerings seem pretty behind the times. The only option is salad without croutons, and their salads are the most blank I've seen. Their chef salad consists of only meat, lettuce, and what appeared to be canned red bellpeppers. No cheese, tomatoes or other toppings were included. They also offer Caesar salad, another meat and lettuce option. If you cannot eat gluten, it doesn't get any worse than this place as far as options for dining out.