I got a packaged cup cake from their food truck that was marked GF. I had a very sever reaction afterwards more than I would normally get if it was just cross contamination.
My first experience with this restaurant was not good. Unfortunately, it was a group order for work, which is of course not ideal, but things went terrible. The person doing the ordering and myself are both gluten free, I'm celiac and the other person has other medical issues. She called in the order and let them know I was celiac. When the order arrived there was no gf label on any of the sandwiches, so we called to say we didn't get that part of our order. We were told it was included but labeled as a wheat bun, there were multiple of the same sandwich labeled wheat. They said the gf one should be cut all the way through, while the actual wheat would be hinged. They were pretty annoyed that we were upset by this. We did our best to differentiate, I should probably have just not eaten it, but this is a brand new job and I was worried about making a fuss. I do believe I ended up with gf bread, but I still had a reaction. My reaction was mild enough that I think it was just due to cross contamination, but the whole experience kinda sucked.
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— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
I really wanted to like this place. The staff were knowledgeable about GF and really helpful. You can’t do any grilled sandwiches GF without some pretty serious cross contamination which I appreciate they recognize, but was kind of a bummer. The sandwich was nothing to write home about but filling and safe. The French onion soup was luke warm so the cheese wasn’t melted.
Staff friendly and helpful. GF cones and baked goods. Cheesecake was epic!!
I've only eaten there twice and had two very different experiences. First was an excellent small Boulderite sandwich. Second was a terrible large Boulderite sandwich. Be aware that there is no difference in size between the small and the large. They use the same gluten free roll. They just put more meat and less vegetables on the large.
Unfortunately the second time the ingredients were less than fresh. The carrots were old, rubbery and turning dark. The lettuce was dark and past it's prime and the mayo had a weird tang to it. Maybe they lost power during the snow storm and just decided to use everything anyways.
I also tried their gluten free cupcakes. They weren't to my taste. The chocolate cupcake was made of a very dense brownie like material and was very sweet. The frosting was also very dense and too sweet for me. Others may like this style so it isn't really a ding but just an FYI.
It is worth a try if you are gluten free because the sandwich roll bread was fantastic! But if you don't like little shards of aluminum in your sandwich ask them to not cut through the aluminum but wrap the sandwich after they cut it.
I was thrilled to discover how gf friendly this local cafe is.
You can make any sandwich gluten free. They have gluten free desserts too.