Great lil’ neighborhood cafe. Prepare for a 10 minute or so wait on weekends as they try not to overcrowd register when you order.
Limited option GF for breakfast- chilaquiles, while I love. Today sadly missed the mark for me. Ask for the egg well cooked- mine was a bit under. Overall the dish felt mushy and cold.
Come for the and GF Tahini Brownies and treats- but most importantly- Cafe de Olla. They source from local shop Queen City Collective. I tried it iced today- and wow! Delicioso.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Awesome food and very conscious of celiac. They used gluten free oats for the horchata. They have gluten free baked goods that may have some cross contamination in the pans so use your own judgement and/or ask. I come here often and highly recommend.
— No gluten-free information on the menu