This was a very interesting place. If it did not say it was a gluten free restaurant I would be hesitant to eat there as a Celiac as there looks like there would be questions about cross-contamination. I ordered the bioregional salad—it was good tasting but I think they prepared it ahead of time as the greens were soggy and the olive oil in the dressing was solid. While it was made of tasty, farm fresh ingredients, it was a little pricey for the portion. The small salad is more of a side salad. While I was the only person ordering food and there were only two other people in the cafe together at the time (finishing their meal), it took about 25/30 minutes to be served the salad to go. They did not have to go forks. I went back and forth with giving this place 3 or 4 stars.