It is not celiac friendly. I live in the neighborhood and have given it many many tries. Unfortunately I can report with confidence that it is absolutely not celiac friendly and has made me sick several times. I have been told conflicting things about the kitchen. Both that there is NOT and there is a dedicated fryer. Also that there is and isn't a dedicated toaster. I know for sure now there is not dedicated kitchen prep areas after a friend who worked here told me the truth. There is cross contamination. I wouldn't consider anything gf on the menu as safe. Items I have tried: Chicken tenders Tostada grain bowl Buffalo cauliflower chicken Bagel Sandwiches Eggs & bacon
Always stop in at Front Street when I’m in Philly - start w the GF Buffalo cauliflower...and then order a second - it’s that good. Great brunch options, locally made kombucha on tap, local ciders, incredible teas and coffee, most items can be made GF
Ridiculously allergy friendly menu. Absolutely awesome. The waiters are knowledgeable and there are a ton of options. I also have a dairy allergy and every time I come here I'm overwhelmed by the number of options (not a common experience for me, post-celiac diagnosis). I'm very sensitive to cross contamination and I've never gotten sick eating here. The food is great, the service is great, and I've never had a bad experience here.
Truly celiac friendly. Waitress totally understood celiac needs for separate prep area. Even on the small limited late-afternoon pre-dinner menu, there were more than 10 things I could eat. I did not get sick which happens more often than not when trying new places. So deeply grateful for reliable restaurants like this that get it.