Bi-Rite is a San Francisco favorite for delicious artisanal ice cream & sundaes. They do have a limited number of vegan & gluten free options that are fine if gluten free is a choice for you. As a Celiac however, I do not recommend Bi-Rite. This is a place where I got glutened. I discovered later that the equipment is shared across the gluten / non-gluten flavors. Sadly, we celiacs cannot enjoy Bi-Rite’s ice cream unless they can address the cross-contamination issue.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Gluten free cake cones! Wish they had gf sugar cones but I'll shut up abt that cause at least I can have an ice cream cone!
As someone else mentioned, there could be cross contamination so eat at your own risk. I didn't get sick, though.
I've never eaten at the creamery because I'm vegan, but the grocery store across the street has quite a few prepared foods like dolmas, hummus, and lentil salads that have gluten free ingredients and have never made me sick (I'm a celiac) but they are not marked GF, so you have to read the ingredient labels.
I wouldn't necessarily say the store is celiac friendly, I just have personally never been sick from their prepared foods (the kind in containers for sale in the cold case, NOT the stuff in the deli case which I have not tried and wouldn't for fear of cross contamination).
The grocery store also has wonderful fresh produce and in the cold case near the back, they stock a gluten free sourdough bread called "Bread Srsly". They also carry a yummy GF granola called "Nana Jones".
If you're worried about cone contamination at the creamery, the grocery store sells the ice cream as well.
Gluten free cones here! Staff is knowledgable about which flavors are gluten free- most of them are!
Great ice cream! But Celiacs be aware that you shouldn't get scoops here, or at any other ice cream parlor. The scooper touches normal cones continuously and contaminates every flavor! My go to is buying a pint or two and assembling my own ice cream at home with gf waffle cones from Whole Foods.