There are plenty of options for gluten free on the menu. Any sandwich can be made with gluten free bread and all bowls are gluten free. However, the menu does state that cross-contamination may occur, so be sure to ask questions when ordering.
Food is pretty tasty. However, their toasters, etc are cross contaminated. Bowls are your best bet. There doesn’t really seem to be separate kitchen space or separate storage of ingredients for celiac guests. My celiac kid and I have gradually just stopped eating here because we get slightly (to really) sick. If you’re just sensitive to gluten, (not celiac) it’s probably fine.
Hit and miss for celiacs. It’s shared equipment, so your gluten free bread goes through the same toaster as everything else. Sometimes it’s fine, sometimes you get a little wheat in your sandwich. If you’re sensitive to cross-contamination I can’t recommend. Salads and bowls are probably a safer bet.