No GF options marked on their menu or separate menu to ask for. They want you to talk to your server. I’ve eaten here several times successfully but always just an omelette and cut fruit side. I feel the menu is limited as to what you can have unless you like green chilies or other such type spice options. I only go if someone non GF wants to eat there.
They do not have a gluten free menu, however, the waitress was very well trained about gluten and other allergens. There are enough choices to eat there multiple times. The avocado quinoa bowl and the chicken salad were both delicious. They were out of stock of half their drink choices, but it was a busy weekend at the end of August.
There isn't a dedicated menu, but the staff both in the front and the kitchen is very knowledgeable. Out of 30 or so menu items, there were 5 or 6 options that are either naturally GF, or can be done with brown rice instead of noodles. There were also GF dessert options. The menu isn't labeled with GF items, as they believe in having open dialogue with their patrons about what is and isn't an option. I'm NCGS, and because the kitchen isn't dedicated, I wouldn't say any place is celiac safe. However, I had no reaction, and my food was good. Lots of organic and vegetarian/vegan options. Very accommodating to special dietary needs.