Everything except wraps is gluten free. Fantastic options without having to think. Fresh and delightful!
This is no longer a dedicated gluten free facility.
Without getting any sort of notice of the change, I ordered a wrap, the French Quarter, assuming the tortilla was gluten-free. It tasted particularly delicious but I didn’t think much of it. I guessed they used quinoa or buckwheat as the base. Unfortunately, after asking, and after ingesting it all, I learned it is a whole wheat wrap. Now there is nothing I can do but brave the next week with pain, distention, muscle aches, brain fog, and the whole slew of symptoms of gluten contamination.
Gluten free facility. Therefore, the entire menu is Celiacs friendly.
Some of my favorites are Moroccan Mac and Cheese and Gulf of Mexico.
Menu offers quinoa bowls, salads, mac and cheese, smoothies, and breakfast bowls and wraps ( wrapped in collard green leafs ).
Excellent food, everything is GF. Pricey but worth it
Salads, bowls, and smoothies - and I don't have to think. In addition the staff is very nice and they have a decent rewards program.
Great to have this near my house. Very healthy. Though a little pricey for what you get. But it is all gf and much of it is dairy free too!
Love it! I had the French Quarter and it was amazing!
Amazing place!! From salads to smoothies to fresh pressed juices, everything is gluten free and super healthy!!!
Good variety of healthy options. Most of the menu is gluten free. I have never gotten sick eating items from their menu. I usually have one of their lunch bowls. They do sell Gluten Free muffins that are sourced from a local bakery. However, I do not think the bakery is celiac friendly. I have been sick after trying a muffin but I cannot say 100% that was the culprit. Regardless this is a great place to grab GF lunch!
Unfortunately, Grabbagreen has added wheat wraps to the menu. An employee told me they do change their gloves after every order because they have to be careful of several different types of allergies. They really need to remove the sign on the wall that says ‘100% Naturally Gluten Free’.
I noticed the cook was touching equipment handles after making wraps so I asked for him to change gloves before he makes my salad. He happily changed gloves and then went on to touch the same equipment again before handling the lettuce. He obviously had no concept of why I asked him tp change gloves.
Everything is supposed to ge gluten free but they forgot to mention the wraps are not and they touch everything. Unfortunately I got glutened.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu