Although the app says they have gf bread and buns, they don't have it for Sunday brunch. And if you have a dairy allergy like me, good luck finding something on their menu other than home fries and fruit to eat. If they're packed they won't accommodate you by making the food with oil instead of butter (the waitress said on any other day they *might* do that, but absolutely not for brunch). All their gf brunch items have dairy in them or are cooked with butter. Went there based on this app and was disappointed. Home fries are bomb though and the fruit was fresh. Not to mention the coffee was really good, so there's that.
I am the owner of Cornucopia's Noshery. We offer Gluten Free items, but really are limited to what we can offer to people who are suffering from Celiacs. I am well informed about the needs of this particular disease, but please keep in mind that we are not a gluten free restaurant and items like waffles and omelets, etc are not offered to guests suffering because of cross contamination. Its says we do certain things but I don't know how to remove these items.
Staff was VERY knowledgeable and trustworthy about gluten and cross-contamination. My server made sure he told the chef to clean the grill and have a dedicated space for my food. When I asked about the ingredients for the syrup he brought it out to me, and offered both the standard one or some of the organic maple. Food was really good!
I went for the first time this past weekend and ended up there again a few days later. I am celiac and did not get sick here. Food was very tasty. Pancakes were some of the best I've had. However, I will say that the second time I went was for lunch and there wasn't as many options in my opinion that felt safe- I stuck with breakfast food again. Although I did not get sick, I wasn't positive on how well cross contamination is prevented. I would go again for an awesome breakfast!! :)