If you're just a trendy gluten-minimalist this place is fine for you. They stock gf bread and some treats. They also have alternative milk. Cute environment and I really wanted to like it.
If you are celiac, stay away. All shared surfaces and they had no idea if their deli sandwich turkey was gf or that processed turkey often has gluten. No idea about separate utensils for prep. Couldn't answer basic gf questions.
The staff also seemed very annoyed by questions.
I've been remiss in not writing a review of this place sooner. I've been coming to this coffee shop regularly for over two years now. I enjoy the mochas and lattes here, and on the odd occasion where it's too sweet, bitter, or a mistake is made on my substituted milk, it's quickly fixed with a request. They have never given me attitude when I need a drink fixed, which thankfully, has only happened two, maybe three times. When I order two drinks, for myself and another, this is a great average. The gluten free foods have been a bit of a yoyo. When they had crust-less quiche, it was great. They haven't had it this whole summer though. Other than that, they have gluten free bread for sandwiches, the giant peanut butter cups, and a granola like bar which isn't labeled gluten free, but uses no gluten ingredients (so if you're celiac it's a risk). I'm gluten intolerant, and I've never suffered from cross contamination with anything I've ordered. I wish they'd carry some gluten free muffins, zucchini or banana bread, or the like, but it hasn't happened yet. I'm not holding my breath.The old house, where the coffee shop is located, is cute and partitioned nicely for the ordering desk on your right when you enter (or you can walk up to the window outside) and multiple 2 seat tables throughout the main room, with a couple of comfy chairs. There's a more private back room, to the right of the bathroom hall and through the door. It has a set of smaller tables with two or four seats, which can also be pushed together to make one long table. There are heaters hanging overhead for chilly days, and a glass garage door that can be opened to let the cool breeze in on warmer days. Beyond that is an extra large, paved patio, complete with gas fire pit and covered wood tables. There are gas stand heaters for the covered area, so even on chilly days, the outdoor space is useable. The only reason I don't give five stars, is the lack of gluten free goodies which aren't sugar loaded (please bring back the frittata or something savory) and the occasional mixed up coffee. The owner is nice and wants to make you happy though, and that goes a long way in a world where most businesses see the customer only as a dollar sign.