The staff was very knowledgeable with celiac. They highlight the order and preparers change gloves and use separate cutting boards and toasters. Be prepared to pay an extra $1.49 for GF bread. Their menu had several items listed as GF. My sandwich was very good, I felt safe, and I did not get sick. I would definitely go back to this place!
My girlfriend and I both have an intolerance to gluten and dairy (among others) so it goes without saying that eating out is a challenge... even harder at a sandwich shop. We had just had a negative experience at another local restaurant, so much so that we left without eating, so we already felt a little defeated. As soon as we walked in we were greeted by the owner Bill. He was very knowledgeable about gluten (celiac) issues and had lots of great suggestions for us. His staff clearly understood the extra care required to minimize the risk of contamination. As for the food... it was excellent! Overall, this was truly one of the best experiences I've ever had. This family owned and operated business is truly a diamond in the rough. And I would highly recommend it to anyone.
Went twice during vacation and it was absolutely delicious. They take celiac very serious and I was able to enjoy the rest of my day by not being sick. Owners take it quite seriously and have workers change gloves and even change all cutting boards.