Many gluten free options to choose from here, including buckwheat pancakes and any of their sandwiches can be made on gluten free bread. The service was great and food was tasty. On the downside, they don’t quite understand cross-contamination. My gluten free sandwich came with fries that were cooked in a shared fryer.
----Not gluten free unless you re just doing it for a fad--- Horrible attitudes and no understanding of what glutenfree really means. The pancakes are only made on the grill, with a refusal to attempt any cross contamination procedures...why can't they be made in a separate skillet as I was told the omelettes could be? After the snarling manager, Aliciea? told me that this practice still constituted a "gluten free" listing on the menu--I tried to suggest maybe, "flour free" would be a more accurate listing and was told,"no, it's gluten free!" Then my omelette came out with an announcement from the runner of "made in a pan, as you like it"--obviously my medical allergy was not passed on to the cooking staff. Lastly, my omelette was made with the wrong cheese and had to go back, while my gluten free toast wilted. Gluten free is just a fad to them--I will not be returning.
It's always nice to find a local restaurant that offers gluten free bread and pancakes. Husband had a BLT with gluten free bread and said it was tasty. I had their gluten free fruity tooty pancakes with cranberries, blueberries, and bananas. Although there is an up charge for gluten free, it's worth it since the prices are very reasonable for the area.