The food here is fabulous, and they have gluten-free biscuits and bread. It’s better to come in earlier in the day though because they do sell out.
Artifact Coffee does not have separate cooking surfaces or grills to prevent cross contamination.
Coffee is probably fine? But don't expect the food to be safe for celiacs :(
love me some artifact but their approach to GF is not up to snuff. i stick with iced T when i go and bring my own snacks. the atmosphere is great though. i often look forward to coming here.
They offer gluten free toast and English muffins for $1.50 up charge but then toast in in the regular toaster so why bother?? Also offer gluten free buckwheat waffles but cook them on the same waffle iron as the regular waffles. Can we say cross-contamination?! And, their butternut squash soup is served with giant gluten croutons on top even if you order the gluten free breakfast sandwich. How does that make any sense?
They did have delicious egg salad served on a bed of greens, which was tasty and gave me no problems, but given all the cross contamination and the long wait to get our food, I would not eat here very often.
A really cool coffee shop with a good amount of gluten free options - sandwiches, baked goods like apple scone, and salads. It gets really busy on the weekends, esp during brunch.
I wish they had more options but what they do have is from woodberry and I love their gluten free baked goods. I'm also a fan of their tea lattes.
Great coffee, gf pastries, breads and English muffins. The staff is gf savvy, so don't be afraid to ask questions. plus free wifi!