Visited today for the first time. They advertise gluten free bread for sandwiches. I asked the woman if they are prepared on separate surfaces to prevent cc. I was immediately told "we are not set up for Celiac or allergy". They explained how all sandwiches are made on this one cutting board (pointed ot the cutting board on the counter). My friend with me wondered aloud why they couldn't make the sandwich on a plate for me. No answer from them. The lady behind the counter asked me what kind of allergy I have - I said Celiac, and I explained how they could make the sandwiches on a separate surface. She said they had never had someone as "sensitive" as me come in before. I was used to this treatment five, ten years ago when GF was a new thing, but it has been a long time since I have been treated so poorly because of my need for GF. And the "iced tea" they served me? They stuck a tea bag into a cold glass of water with some ice - so I aid for some water basically. I advise anyone with true GF needs to stay away because they obviously do not want our business even though they offer GF items. They do have slices of GF breads - like lemon poppyseed etc - brought in from a GF bakery so if that's all you want and you don't care that the owners are unfriendly to you for it, then it may be ok for you.
Excellent coffee and drinks. Nice selection of gluten free foods and nice atmosphere!