Do not eat here if you have celiac. I ordered the veggie panini and have been so so sick. After I got sick I called and figured out their breads are not certified gluten free. They are made in a bakery that uses gluten. Again, if you are celiac DO NOT EAT HERE.
Food was decent. Service was great. Atmosphere was cool. Bread is NOT celiac-friendly. We called the bakery where it is made and they said that it’s most definitely cross-contaminated with gluten, as they take no care to separate it from regular wheat flour. The restaurant does, however, disclose this in their menu as “shared kitchen”. We didn’t notice until it was too late unfortunately.
They claim they are "dedicated" gluten free, but use all bread and bagels from a non gf bakery... I read this on the menu after I had eaten my French toast. I thought it would be okay but three hours later I'm vomiting, running to the bathroom, and have intense Celiac body aches the day after. It's just another fad gf restaurant in LA 🙄 nice staff, but not actually dedicated gf for Celiacs to eat safely.
No air conditioning and not a good breeze so can get very hot. Food is okay. Kind of expensive for what they offer. We've been 3 different times. The third time it was the slowest service I've had in a long time at any restaurant and there was only 3 of us. I liked the idea of the place with clean organic gluten free food but needs better follow through.
There service was probably the worst I've had anywhere. They couldn't get our order right despite there only being two of us and ran out of orange juice, crepes and plain bagels. I will never go back again. The French toast was good I just don't feel confident in their staff. They couldn't answer most of the questions I had.