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Went here for Father’s Day and they all but kicked me out and refused to serve me. I asked what on they’re menu would be safe for me to eat as a celiac and the waitress looked at me and said absolutely nothing was safe and refused to ask management. I sat outside while my non-celiac family ate. Will never go back.
They claim gluten free French toast and waffles but the French toast is dipped in the same freaking batter as the regular French toast and the waffles are cooked in the same waffle iron as normal waffles. This is not gluten free and violates the FDA guidelines for labeling gluten free. They are not very knowledgeable of gluten free. The only real gluten free option is bacon, sausage, ham, eggs, toast, hash browns and red potatoes.
For someone who simply prefers being gluten-free, this would work. The staff was super friendly and welcoming. We were informed that all equipment is shared and no efforts are made to clean a space or utensils to prepare a gluten-free order. Because I have celiac disease, we didn't stay, so I can't speak on the quality of the food. We were also told that this location only has gluten-free bread, and not the other items advertised on the website. But if you don't mind all that, and only prefer being gf, or maybe your sensitivity isn't too bad, it's a cute mom-and-pop-type place to try.
Lots of GF substitutions available. And the staff is very friendly (Thanks Lisa!)
Eaten here several times as a celiac and never cross-contaminated