2364 15th St, Denver, CO 80202 Directions

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Probably the best place I’ve ever eaten since being diagnosed with Celiac. Great food and reasonable prices

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Ridiculously delicious!!! Locally sourced with fresh natural ingredients. Real comfort food. Wait staff was stupendous! So thankful that my significant other and I chose this establishment. This isn't in any way a 5 star review because its cerified gf. It's a 5 star review because it is simple, delicious, nutritious, and heart warming food that will bring a smile to your face as you eat. We will be back. 01/06/2020

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Celiac

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So good!! It’s amazing to be able to order anything off the menu. I’ve had the breakfast burrito and the biscuits and gravy. Both were delicious and the staff are accommodating about changing your order as well (ex. getting regular cheese instead of vegan cheese lol). The green chili is also amazing. I’m definitely going to come back again and again!

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Gluten Free Features

  • Bread/Buns
  • Burgers
  • Celiac Friendly
  • Dedicated Gluten Free Facility
  • Gluten Free Menu

Categories

  • Breakfast
  • Dairy-Free Friendly
  • Keto Friendly
  • Lunch
  • Paleo Friendly
  • Restaurant

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Faith; open faced chicken sandwich. Just Be Kitchen.
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Just Be Kitchen.
Chicken pot pie. November 2017
Delicious Simplicity and a maple bullet coffee!
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Who is leaving all these 5 star ratings? That’s what I wanna know. I understand it’s exciting to go to an all gluten free restaurant, I have celiac disease, I KNOW it’s nice to not worry. But when the food is this bad, it’s not even worth it. I’d rather eat a protein bar. All I ordered was the most basic dish on the menu. Eggs, sweet potato hash, bacon, and biscuits. What I got was a crime against humanity. The poached eggs were literally egg soup. I was forewarned that it would be runny. This wasn’t just “runny”, this was pure liquid and honestly a danger to even serve because it was so undercooked. Salmonella in a bowl, truly. The sweet potato hash was terrible. They shredded it like a skinned carrot, and burned the crap out of it. The biscuits were more like dog treats. Dense AF, I didn’t even give them more than a nibble’s try because I knew a full bite would make my TMJ sore. Even the bacon looked weird AF. I would normally feel bad for blasting a business so much, but I get really pissed off at this point by restaurants who are successful purely because they’re solely gluten free, even though their cooking skills are HORRIFIC. I’m just so annoyed that I paid $20 for this inedible food. So yeah, don’t go here. Just don’t.

Updated 2 months ago read full review

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This place was not my family's cup of tea at all. Yes, it is celiac friendly and most items are dairy free, but they also do not use any sugar, which means that everything is "sweetened" with Stevia. Most of the staff had an attitude and, to top it all off, it is incredibly expensive. Three pancakes with a side of bacon cost us $52.

Updated 5 months ago read full review

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Love this place! Dedicated GF restaurant with excellent, delicious food options! Call ahead or check website to make sure they are open -- we tried to go back one night and they were closed for a cooking class. Also, make sure you have your ID if you want an alcoholic drink. I forgot mine and they wouldn't serve this old lady!

Updated 6 months ago read full review

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It is kind of expensive, but it was probably the best meal I've had since going gluten free. I had the burrito with pork.

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The food was okay, ultra healthy. It was different, but I liked it. Had gf biscuits and gravy for the 1st time ever. Friendly service. It was pricey for what we got.

Updated 7 months ago read full review

Celiac

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Staff very knowledgeable and helpful with recommendations, mushroom biscuit dish was delicious, as were the homemade tortilla wraps and chipotle sauce

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Celiac

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My burger was delicious. The sweet potato hash was lacking in flavor. I didn't get sick! Whoop! It was very expensive.

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Like other people said, this place is great in theory but misses the mark. I really wanted to love it and there are so many gluten and dairy free options, but the food was terrible. The sweet potato hash was half raw half burned and totally inedible. My husband couldn’t eat the sausage. And not even my kid would eat those biscuit chunks.

Updated 8 months ago read full review

Celiac

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While it’s great to have a dedicated gluten free restaurant, the food was just not good. My daughter and I shared the baked pancakes and they were mushy and flavorless. The fruit compote was delicious, though. My husband had the breakfast burrito and he didn’t care much for it, and my son spit out the quesadilla. I had a vanilla latte as well that I kept adding sugar to, but never could get it right. We are from out of town so we won’t be back, but I wouldn’t come here again anyway, since no one in my family enjoyed it, especially not my celiac daughter.

Updated 8 months ago read full review

Celiac

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The food and atmosphere are great. I think it’s totally GF. GF beers. One of my favorite spots.

Updated 8 months ago read full review

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Very safe but not very tasty and expensive. Other options near by for celiacs that have tastier options. That being said the burrito was the best of our party of 6 meals.

Updated 8 months ago read full review

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I would eat here every day if i could. Great breakfast burrito, biscuits, and treats!!

Updated 8 months ago read full review

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100% gluten free. Very impressive and great beverages.

Updated 9 months ago read full review

Celiac

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The food was excellent! Everything is GF, and there are plenty of DF options too. The sweet cream latte was to die for!

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Celiac

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This place was AHHHH-MAZING!!! We had the granola with coconut milk...phenomenal; The Fulfilled Breakfast Burrito...out of this world; the Sweetness baked pancakes...unreal!!! We are visiting Denver but I sure wish we had something like JustBe in Florida!!!! This celiac was in HEAVEN!!!!

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Celiac

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My husband and I ate here while in Denver. It was delicious. The food was very tasty, and my husband, who has celiac did not get sick which is basically the best. He also cannot have egg and they quickly offered us options on the menu he could have. We both had burgers, they had an egg free wrap I had mine in and he had it in lettuce. The burger was delicious! He also had a coconut milk hot chocolate that was very thick and delicious!

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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It was amazing how the whole place was gluten free, and super healthy! Plus the food did t really taste gluten free. There was only one thing that my daughter had there that she didn’t like, and we don’t have to get that again. The variety and safeness of Just BE is so nice, and has been extremely helpful since my daughter was diagnosed with celiac.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Celiac

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Nice restaurant I would call upscale fast casual. Staff was very friendly. Went for dinner on a Saturday night and it wasn’t too busy. I thought the coffee-rubbed steak was great, and my not-normally-gluten-free husband enjoyed the burrito and green chili. It was such a nice break not to have to worry about cross contamination. A bit pricey but we will be back!

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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Fresh ingredients. Nice fast casual spot with something for everyone. Large plate sizes will make you full walking away. Definitely knew their kitchen and zero fears of cross contamination. Their paleo tortillas were great when I had the burrito. Not a huge menu but everything looked edible on others tables too. SLF had the French bread which was also good. Not amazing ... but good. Would definitely go back again.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Celiac

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“Let your love send off so much positive energy that it shifts the vibrations in the room.” A framed quote that hung on the wall. Struck me as funny because when I sat down to eat the floor was vibrating and I could relax despite the calm interior. Hopefully it was just the construction happening across the street. I initially wanted to order a sandwich served on a biscuit but they’ve got that on their dinner menu. They’ve got an open faced sandwich and some menu items that can be made into wraps but no lunch sandwiches. I tried the Faith an open faced chicken sandwich. The cashier told me it was a smaller portion size and it was. Wish it had been served with two pieces of bread. The amount of chicken salad could’ve handled it easily. I tried a basic brownie on my visit as well. It was larger than my sandwich and was a rich cake like brownie. Good but the piece of it that I ate didn’t sit to well with my tummy. Looking back I’m wondering if there was coffee in it. Overall an interesting first visit. I’d try it again when I’m in the area.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Not celiac

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Our family ate lunch here while on vacation. Everyone was very happy with each of our food selections (chicken salad, burger, quesadilla, ‘Simplicity’ breakfast) - all plates were cleared! The best part was the piece of mind our 13-year-old daughter, who has Celiac, felt while ordering and eating here. We also enjoyed a chocolate chip cookie and brownie for dessert...wonderful! Staff was lovely and sweet!

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Celiac

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Really truly terrible food. I hate to post negative reviews about gluten free restaurants because I have celiac and am so appreciative of the experience of eating out. But wow, we had 6 different things and all were just disgusting. Thank you for existing (seriously!), but we won’t be back.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Celiac

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Amazing food. I had the breakfast burrito with no eggs and extra veggies, with a coconut milk matcha latte. Definitely recommend!

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Here's the deal, we were very excited to try this place, as our son is a celiac... But... 1. $30 for two adults and a kid--for what we got, totally not worth it. My burrito was decent...tasty, but not for the $$$. 2. Atmosphere and staff were...kinda stark, and somewhat cold feeling--the kind of place that skinny people don't ever have any fun eat at. Plus they vacuumed twice while we were trying to eat dinner. 4. The burger that my wife had was nothing much to speak of at all. The bun was made with so much almond flour and that it was grainy, and dry and she couldn't actually taste the burger itself. The bun just fell apart. 5. MOST IMPORTANTLY: Our 4 year old son who is the celiac, began having reactions about 1.5 hours after eating there. He had the kids burger and carrot sticks (what ever happened to good ol' French fries?!) to me, the concern is that it's a gluten free facility, yet he almost immediately had a reaction. FINAL THOUGHTS: If you are a celiac, proceed with caution. And if you know how to cook, make it at home. It'll be better and you'll save some cash. I promise I'm not a hater in all my reviews. This place is just severely lacking. However, if you don't want to cook, get the burrito. (not at all real green chile... Which grows in New Mexico, but tamatillo with pork) nonetheless, it was tasty.

Updated 1 year ago read full review

Not celiac

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This was a great restaurant. Loved the food and for someone with celiac disease had the confidence that it was gluten free. The owner and staff were completely of service. We will be back again soon.

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Not celiac

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If you are anywhere near this place you have to try it! The food, amazing and Paleo, the latte was sweetened with maple syrup, so good. Oh, and I will definitely be buying a brownie before I leave. The people are friendly and it's a sweet, airy place. I will definitely be back the next time I'm in Denver!

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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One thing I really miss from being pre-diagnosis is being able to go out for an indulgent breakfast after a long night. This place lets me do that. My whole breakfast was delicious. Not only that, I got the falafel plate to go so I'd have something to eat at a wedding that evening, and it was the best choice ever. Imagine having to bring takeout to a really nice wedding, but then being pleasantly surprised by how good your meal is!

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Celiac

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The entire menu is gluten-free, so there's nothing to worry about there. The good itself is pretty good - I had the chicken biscuit with potato salad. I loved the potato salad, and the biscuit was just ok. I will definitely come again.

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Not celiac

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Great food and great peace of mind for a traveler. Came for lunch and breakfast.

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Celiac

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AMAZING food! Everything is GF! The staff is also very kind and helpful.

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Excellent food, and a very knowledgeable staff. Everything is gluten free and paleo, and multiple vegan options. Great variety, and dinner options are slated to be coming soon per their Facebook page!!!

Updated 1 year ago read full review

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Outstanding food and very knowledgeable staff!

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Celiac

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I love this place! Delicious and safe.

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Celiac

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100% Gluten free! I had the burrito without sausage and vegan green chili. It was fantastic, love the sweet potato hash. Non-Celiac husband loved it too. He had the burrito with pork green chili.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

Celiac

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We found this spot on a trip out to Denver. It is fabulous! Dedicated gluten free. Great variety. We’ve been here two days in a row. The chicken pot pie is a favorite.

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gluten free yes, but man was the chili salty... also ordered vegetarian chili and was served pork green chili, when asked the server they said it is vegetarian and those are chunks of mushrooms. not sure I'll be back

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100% gluten free and dairy free, had the pork chili with a huge gf tortilla! Super great sweets too they taste like the real deal. I love coming here

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Celiac

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Great little restaurant! The pot pie was delicious and healthy. Parking is a bit limited, but I will definitely visit again.

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Not celiac

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Wow such good pot pie the flavor is full and hearty but the crust is fantastic cuz isn’t soggy and can be dipped into the pie part. The setting inside is calming. Lavender latte is very light and smooth plus you can actually taste the lavender flavor.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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This is a fantastic little place. 100% gluten free and very tasty. A great find for celiacs. We had breakfast. The burrito and simplicity plate were very good. Almond flour tortillas are fantastic. Eggs, bacon, sausage, green chilli .. all good. Ask about the bullet coffees; a unique taste experience. The owners / managers are also very nice and the atmosphere is pleasant. We will return whenever we are in Denver.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

Celiac

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Dedicated GF and delicious. I had the breakfast burrito that comes on a almond based Paleo tortilla. Highly recommended!

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This place is 100% celiac safe! I had the hamburger on their Paleo bun it was out of this world. A cup of bone broth with ginger jalapeño and garlic… Soul warming. A Paleo chocolate chip cookie for dessert that was chewy and crispy. I wish I could take this place home with me! The service was fabulous and the owner was very knowledgeable and kind! Do you not miss out on this place if you were anywhere near Denver.

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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everything is gluten free and almost everything is dairy free. adorable space and delicious food!

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Everything is gluten free and the staff of super friendly! This has been one of my tastiest and most satisfying meals in Denver!

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Our favorite new breakfast, brunch, and lunch spot! In downtown Denver, right on the river, with the friendliest waitstaff in Colorado. Everything is paleo (grain free), soy free, dairy free. With those allergies and being a Celiac I am so happy to have a place I can eat with no risk of contamination. The food is delicious!! I would highly recommend going here!

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Very good hash and burrito.

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So excited to have a dedicated gluten free option in the area!! Great food!

Updated 2 years ago read full review

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