42 Milton Avenue, Alpharetta, GA 30009 Directions

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Not celiac
yesterday

I love when I can find a dedicated gluten free bakery! It’s also peanut free, which is helpful for my other allergies! The baked goods are delicious and the turkey sandwich on their artisan bread was amazing! Everything is clearly marked with allergens and ingredients. Will be back soon!

Not celiac
3 months ago

Amazing food. Very knowledgeable staff. Everything is gluten free and soy free so I was super excited.

Celiac
4 months ago
Celiac friendly

I adore this place! Dedicated facilities are always treasures to find, and the food here is delicious! They have expanded past baked goods to provide breakfast and lunch options (the chicken pot pie is great!), with more to come.

Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns
  • Celiac Friendly
  • Cookies
  • Cupcakes
  • Dedicated Gluten Free Facility
  • Dessert
  • Donuts
  • Gluten Free Menu
  • Muffins
  • Pizza
  • Sandwiches

Categories

  • Bakery
  • Breakfast
  • Casein-Free
  • Dairy-Free
  • Keto Friendly
  • Kid Friendly
  • Lunch
  • Paleo Friendly
  • Peanut-Free
  • Soy-Free
  • Takeout
  • Vegetarian Friendly

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Celiac
5 months ago
Celiac friendly

Turkey avocado sandwich on multigrain bread was delicious! Not only is everything gluten free, but they also clearly label other allergens.

Celiac
6 months ago
Celiac friendly

This is a dedicated gluten free facility. The ONLY downfall to this place is the parking - it is horrific trying to find a spot. That being said, the food is incredible. We got the turkey avocado sandwich and it was out of this world incredible. The bread was soft with a touch of sweetness, the turkey was fresh (not deli processed) and it was perfectly seasoned deliciousness. They toast it up and it is incredible. We also tried the donut hole (yum), and we got a vanilla cupcake and Reese’s pie to have with our Easter dinner.

Celiac
7 months ago
Celiac friendly

Made my daughters day! She is enjoying a lemon bar. Pricy but the size of the bar is good. I especially like the clear allergen labeling on their menu.

Celiac
8 months ago
Celiac friendly

Great, helpful staff and SAFE food for Celiac! The breakfast biscuits were delicious and my daughter enjoyed it enough to want to come back for lunch! Not a big fan of their vegan baked goods, but I hope to be able to try their breads someday because those look amazing. They’re great about asking about all allergies and having allergens marked on the menu

Celiac
9 months ago
Celiac friendly

Quiche and chicken pot pie were excellent. Pie dough seems to be their specialty. The stuffed biscuit was really great too.

Celiac
11 months ago
Celiac friendly

As other reviewers have noted, the staff is great and the owner is lovely but the food really is lousy. Over the last year especially the food has really taken a downturn. They redid the sugar cookie recipe and the cookie itself is almost tasteless. I got a turkey sandwich on multigrain bread for takeout and the turkey was greasy and an odd color. Most of the food is is dry and crumbly. I feel bad writing this because I want to support as many gluten-free businesses as I can-however, the poor quality of the food combined with the high price point makes it possible for me to do so.

1 year ago
Celiac friendly

WOW! I can't even express how amazing this place is. Like seriously. The owner is the sweetest and everything I've tried here is the bomb.com. Thank you 2B Whole Gluten Free Bakery for giving people like me (lactose intolerant) a place to enjoy amazing treats!

Not celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

I was pretty excited having so many options to choose from, and the people working there were very nice. BUT when it comes to the actual food... I got a brownie and some other kind of dessert bar and both were gross. I ended up throwing most of it away. It was very disappointing.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

The staff was super amazing and they were extremely courteous. However, the multigrain bread was like a handful of sand in my mouth. I don’t know how anyone could eat it. It was $11 plus tax and I put the whole thing in the garbage can. I tried it twice, because my budget doesn’t allow for throwing away $11, but it was so bad. I also tried their “pita” bread and that was also a very unfortunate bite. I was so excited about it, but I will NEVER go back there. Again—staff was so friendly and sweet.

Not celiac
1 year ago

Yasssss!!! I love this place!!!!! I work up here overnight but wish it I didn’t live down in Atlanta, otherwise I would come more often!! The donuts, cupcakes, peanut butter chocolate, nutty brownies, etc are delicious! Give a try- you won’t be disappointed! :)

Not celiac
1 year ago

I was so excited to try this bakery but showed up to see that they had changed their hours without posting it on the Internet. Not sure when I’ll be back in the area. It is really sad that a lot of these gluten free places close at 4pm; that doesn’t leave much time for the working people to get there in time.

Celiac
2 years ago

Terrific food, service, atmosphere & variety. I had a calzone & it was amazing. The lemon bar was perfectly tart & the crispy treats disappeared quickly & with rave reviews.

Not celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

This ALL glutenfree bakery was well worth the hour drive. I ordered a chicken pot pie ($8.50), baklava, and cream puffs. The pot pie was so good I got another to take home. I tossed it in the freezer and ate it a week later. Just as good! I was so pleased with this bakery and the friendliness of the staff. They had a wide variety and decent pricing for gf.

2 years ago

I have been coming here for a while now. Fully dedicated gluten free kitchen. amazing staff ... never had anything dry there.

Celiac
2 years ago
Celiac friendly

So yummy! Always have new items and is very well priced!

Celiac
2 years ago

Dense, heavy and dry cupcakes. My son spit out the cupcakes. We drove to Roswell and went to Gluten Free Cutie which is much better.

Celiac
2 years ago

Got a calzone which was flat, filled with almost nothing, and an oily, nasty crust. Donut was extremely heavy, dense, and too sweet. Won't be back. Sally's and Gluten Free Cutie have better tasting items.

Celiac
3 years ago
Celiac friendly

Got 2 cupcakes they were both dry and grainy. No flavor in the cupcake or frosting. Didn't like the frosting. I also had a donut and it was not good either. Tried to microwave it at home hoping it would get softer...AND that would be a No. Will not be back. There are much better places around.

3 years ago
Celiac friendly

We loved 2B Whole! We got to meet the owner Toula who is so sweet and so talented! My gluten and dairy free toddler ate the brownie before we had even paid for it. On the way home I was taking bites of things and ended up eating the whole bagel and the almond butter chocolate cup. You can definitely tell she uses only the best ingredients! The sesame bagel, classic brownie and maple almond butter cup were our favorites. Definitely worth the 30 min drive and $30 we spent in goodies. We will definitely be back!

Celiac
3 years ago

Fabulous cookies! Friendly owners..

3 years ago

I recently visited this establishment and I was extremely disappointed. Since I am gluten free and I read so many fantastic reviews I was excited. But I left the complete opposite. The muffin (chocolate chip) that I had was very dry and extremely dense. The only moisture it had was from the overwhelming amount of chocolate chips. And when I bit into it, the center was gummy-like. I also asked the front counter people about the paleo diet because I was not familiar with it and the only answer I received was "If the caveman can't eat it you can't either. " This was not exactly what I would consider an explanation to a customer. This left me more confused and when I got to doing research paleo people are suppose to limit eggs and nuts. I am also extremely disappointed and confused by their Instagram account. They say they are 100% gluten free. But they posted a picture with candy corn scattered on the table and when someone asked if it was made in a gluten free facility they completely ignored the question. I find this odd because of it was not an issue why not just answer the potential customer. Also I am very confused with the nut situation. They have said they are but free, yet I have continually seen pictures with nuts posted (pecan pie, granola, things with walnuts and cashews). Then they used a hashtag that said nut free...well you are obviously not. Also I noticed a customer asked about if they were tree nut free and they responded "we are not 100% tree nut free". Ok you cannot say you are but you are not. You either have nuts in your facility or you do not. I can have nuts but some family members of mine cannot, this is an important thing for customers to be aware of.

3 years ago

I would have to agree with the reviewer marriedtothearmy! I don't trust this company. They do not know what true food allergies are... After they removed the Instagram post with the candy corn questions (that's just shady) they then posted a Halloween Instagram post with the candy corn scattered on the counter around the baked goods. Come on don't you all get it! Candy Corn is NOT gluten free it also has artificial dyes, soy and processed in a facility that processes Peanuts. You claim that your facility is Peanut and Soy Free. Also on a few other Instagram posts you have claimed you are 100% allergen free in a picture with a Pecan Pie. You also make Paleo products which use nut flours and eggs. So why do you say you are 100 % allergen free? I really think you all have not done your research or even care where your ingredients come from. I have had a couple of your baked goods and they are marginal at best.

Celiac
4 years ago
Not celiac friendly

This was an amazing find. Every item we've had from here has been great but the derby bar is my favorite. She also has paleo options - the brownie is my favorite of the paleo options but you really can't go wrong. The owner is super friendly as well. UPDATED: A picture of a cupcake (labeled gf) was posted on social media today with candy corn. When someone asked about them having gf candy corn, the response was that the candy corn wasn't gf but everything else was. No longer trust them after this incident. It can't be a dedicated gluten free business when you're topping cupcakes with gluten.

4 years ago
Celiac friendly

GF and paleo options here. Really really good. Almond paleo cookie is to die for. The whole place is GF to my knowledge. If nut allergy I think the chef mentioned you may have issues there because they dont separate that. But no wheat product at all that I saw while in there. Tons of options that change weekly.

4 years ago
Celiac friendly

2b whole is second to none. great food great service. friendly staff. local, small, privately owned business.

Celiac
4 years ago

Great gluten and dairy free bakery. Had a cake special made for my wife's birthday. Staff was great and the sweets tasted great

Celiac
4 years ago
Celiac friendly

Awesome bakery! Everything is gluten free, so you can't go wrong.

Celiac
4 years ago
Celiac friendly

This place is fantastic!! I had pizza, a calzone, 2 cupcakes, a Bon Bon, and a lemon bar (I took some things to go for later). They are completely GF and dairy free and offer a wide variety of both sweet and savory items.

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