Nothing is actually gluten free because it's all cross-contaminated.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
DO NOT EAT HERE IF YOU ARE CELIAC!!!! They are not gluten free at all!!!!!! They claim GF donuts but cooked in shared fryer. Very disappointing
Good news: waitstaff was very aware of celiac and contamination. Bad news: told us bacon and fruit cup were all a celiac could eat.
visit two: February 2017: I will not be returning. I waited 15 minutes TO ORDER A COFFEE, and was then yelled at by an employee when I complained. I cannot believe how rudely I was treated.
visit one - April 2015:the food was delicious - lots of options, and the donut holes were scrumptious! the service was very poor, especially on a Sunday morning: 45 minutes for a table, 20 minutes to get plain coffee, and another 30 before the food arrived, with no refills or check-ins between.
Neat that they have gf options but this place is not for celiacs. We came here and sat down after a 30min wait only to be told they don't separate gf and regular whatsoever. We left and went somewhere else.
The food was fantastic and the service was timely. The staff was very attentive to my gf needs, but the menu does say that cross contamination is possible, which always worries me.
Jelly's food was delicious, but their service was pretty terrible. My wife and I spent about an hour waiting for a table (it happens), so when we were seated we expected to be taken care of by an attentive staff. Instead, we were seated, waited 20 minutes to place our orders, then waited another 45 to actually get our food.....and our waitress didn't get our orders right!
That being said, their food was outstanding but if you're on a timetable, go elsewhere. Patience is needed to dine here.
Share the donut bites, dense but delicious! Gf toast can be subbed for 50c
Delicious food, a lot of which is inherently non-gluten. I had one of the hashes with some scrambled eggs and GF toast. Also had options for GF pancakes and even GF donut bites! Next time we go we'll be sure to eat the bites there instead of to-go though. Turned into a jelly/custard mess in the box.
The GF donuts are a bit dense, but still delicious. The Benedict's are great, just sub some GF toast. GF pancakes are just OK.
Not safe for Celiacs. I have not eaten here. I emailed & the response was that the GF menu was for those "who want to limit their gluten intake" and that it was not safe for those on a medically necessary GF diet. They do nothing to prevent cross contamination. Go to Snooze. Tell them you're Celiac & they will be careful.
Amazing gluten-free donut bites (I got lemon, jelly, cinnamon, and cream and they were all delicious!) I also had scrambled eggs with gluten-free toast that was wonderful. Great service and cute, laidback atmosphere. I highly recommend for breakfast!
Great food and wonderful people that help