I am updating my review because they have closed, and then reopened their café. They are again offering gluten free bread, and by implication, gluten free food. Although I had gotten sick here in the past, I was optimistic that with the new café would come new care with food preparation. Not so much. I explained to the server about my extreme sensitivity to gluten, emphasizing the need to avoid cross contamination, and she indicated her understanding, offering me Chia bread. I asked if this was Udi’s, and she said it was. While waiting for my tuna melt, I poked around the store and found that they carried Sami’s Chia bread. Sami uses gluten free ingredients, but shared equipment, and this is what I had gotten sick on in the past. I went back to the kitchen, and sure enough, that’s what they were preparing to use. I registered my complaint and the other preparer suggested Ezekiel’s gluten free bread. I was surprised to hear the they had a gluten free bread and went out to the freezer with the preparer to see it. It was not gluten free, and the preparer said she thought since it was organic that it was okay. I asked if they could use the Rudi’s gluten free bread in the freezer and she agreed to do so. I again asked about cross contamination. She said she didn’t want to “burst my bubble,” but they did not have a gluten free kitchen, and she advised that I not eat there. I suggest you take her advice. I did. I ate in a nearby Wendy’s with good results. Really, I can trust a Wendy’s and not a health food store café?