I ordered a pizza from their oven that they have right in the middle of the market. They asked me if I wanted them to sanitize the oven first. I felt like crying, no one’s ever asked that before. Of course I said yes. So far as I can tell didn’t get sick.
They also had a wide selection of gluten-free options in their deli though it would’ve been made on shared equipment, and local bakery goodies that are gluten-free and dedicated gluten-free.
They have a section of gluten free cupcakes and cookies from local gf bakeries near the bread aisle. It’s nice to have a place to grab a cupcake when my kids have a school birthday party or something.
We go to the grill and order burgers, chicken, etc. Absolutely delicious. They know how to grill meat! Can’t recommend enough. They get cross contamination and have been amazing to work with.
This grocery store is fantastic -- and so much MORE than a grocery store. We frequently go to the Grill (near the meat counter) and order chicken, burgers, steak, fish, etc. They know how to clean the grill and avoid cross contamination and make it Celiac safe. They even have GF buns if that's your thing. But more than that -- the meat is grilled to PERFECTION. It seriously tastes like a high end restaurant. Can't recommend enough. One of the store owners has a family member with Celiac, and they even have staff who do gluten-free tours and training. Every year they have a GF taste testing event.
Seriously - this store is worth the trip to check out!
Highly recommend! It takes just like "regular" pizza.
This market goes out of it's way to make sure that Gluten Free options are available in almost every area, including the Deli and the ready-made counter. I particularly love going there for a quick lunch (buy it and take it to the cafe area to eat), and then shopping for my groceries. My favorite lunch is a freshly prepared Frittata from the wood-fire pizza oven (baked in it's own pan so there is no cross-contamination), and some fruit from the salad bar. They also host a yearly Gluten-free fair in October, with many vendors offering free samples. They have a Gluten-free Lover's "club" that meets monthly, and has a newsletter posted on Facebook.