They aren't really gluten-free. They offer gluten-free bread as a substitute, though have no dedicated gluten-free workspace. Even if you order a salad, specify that you want no bread with it. The menu doesn't say salad comes with bread, so when I received bread literally on my salad, after clearly expressing that my food needed to be gluten-free, the line guy just took the bread out of the bowl and said everything else in the salad was gluten-free. I had to tell him that it wasn't anymore. He begrudgingly remade the salad. I will never go back, and I don't consider it safe.
I would not recommend for a celiac. They are primarily about baked goods, so there's bread and baked goods every where. They have a tiny food prep area that is open to the dining area, so I could see that while they do offer GF bread for an extra dollar, all the sandwiches get toasted in the same panini press. They all get assembled on the same small cutting board. I got a BLT salad without croutons, it is a huge salad and could feed two people. Could have used more bacon. They have good coffee too, Joe Van Gogh beans.