The waiter was able to tell me which items I couldn't eat on the menu, but suggested I could sub out for gluten free bread. He confirmed it's on a shared toaster so that was disappointing. I asked to sub for avocado which they accommodated. The breakfast potatoes are also all prepared on a flattop prior to service so I had to get fruit on the side of my omelet. The omelet was good but with the lack of sides (at full cost), and lack of server awareness of cross contamination, it was a bit disappointing.
They mention Udi’s gluten-free bread on the menu, but they prepare it in the same spot as regular bread. Fortunately the waitress warned me that it wasn’t celiac-safe, but it’s still disappointing to find unsafe “gluten-free” bread on the menu.
Some good options. Server seemed knowledgable.