They use gluten free bread from City Cakes and most of their sandwiches can be made on that bread (one sandwich has a protein that's marinated in soy). The person who took my order told me that they change their gloves and understand cross contamination. Their sandwiches are delicious and the bread is soft and yummy!!! I wish more places would offer gluten free bread instead of a silly lettuce wrap. I will be back often.
They had a gluten free bread that is very good. I asked several times to make sure it was gluten free because I always get scared when i see a bread I haven’t seen before. (I’ve been gluten free 10 years so I’m pretty familiar with what is out there). They assured me it was fine and no problems so it was gluten free. Prices were reasonable and decent selection.
They don’t have a GF menu but they can make all sandwiches with GF bread. Be sure to ask them to change gloves and use tinfoil down when prepping. I’ve had great experiences every time and never gotten sick.
Ate here for the first time a couple weeks ago, loved it! I was worried after opening up my sandwich that maybe it wasn't actually gluten free because it looked and smelled very good. Many gluten free places don't put emphasis on making sure the gfreebread isn't dry - they did and it was so Good! I actually went back in to ask and make sure it was made gluten free before I ate because it looked and smelled so good! Must try!
I ordered a gf sandwich to go and ate it in the car. A few hours later, I started feeling really sick. I called the restaurant and had them look up my order and, after doing so, the employee said I was given regular bread. He assured me the GM would be following up to try to make it right. Within 15 minutes I was violently throwing up over and over in front of my 6-year-old daughter, who was crying. It’s been 5 days and I’ve yet to hear from the GM or anyone at the restaurant.
Great sandwiches and gluten free bread!
Staff was very knowledgeable and walked me through my order and how they prepared things. While it is a sandwich shop, they do try their best to clean knives, cooking surfaces, and prepare gluten free sandwiches on their own sheet of foil.
This place is great! Locally sourced ingredients, benefiting local charities. Read about their buy one give one business model on their website - pretty cool.
I didn't have a very good experience here. When I asked what on the menu was gluten free the cashier told me all of it was. When I asked if she was sure (everything being gluten free would have been abnormal) she said "um I think so". Not high confidence there. I had her go get someone to double check. Of course not everything on the menu was gluten free. I figured out something to try knowing the risk would be high. I got sick not to long after. Wouldn't recommend for those with Celiac.
They have GF bread. Lindsay was very familiar with gluten issues, which items I could & couldn't have and knew to alert the prep staff regarding safe prep issues. I came with my family not expecting to eat (I'd already eaten) so I'll be coming back.
The first time I ate here, 6 months ago, I had the chicken sandwich during a Paint Nite. I called ahead and verified how they prepared their GF stuff. It was amazing and I felt pretty confident in their preparation. Didn't get sick. Second time I ate here, 2 days ago, I ordered the breakfast sandwich. It came out with tater tots. I wanted to be sure, so I asked if they were Indeed GF. The server said "I think so...., I can check....um yes, please. So the "cook" in the back smartly remarks "they're potatoes". No s#*^. So I had to ask how are they cooked? They're baked...FYI. Should have asked for a refund. I got sick, of course. Should have known better, but now I do and will NOT return.
they have an option for Gluten free bread & all seem pretty knowledgeable about what is& isn't available to make gluten free. I love their breakfast sandwiches that are served all day, the gf bread is a bit thick but over all the sandwich is super yummy.