Great healthy fresh food! Love their salads and juices!
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
If I could give no stars I would. Menu states “gluten free” next to one of their wraps. I substituted chicken for the tofu and was asking if it would still be gluten free and the staff member told me yes. I get my food and take two bites and notice that it looks EXACTLY the same as my boyfriends wrap, which is not gluten free. I go back to the front and ask if my wrap for sure is gluten free to which the staff member responds “oh you would have to say no wrap for it to be gluten free”. THE MENU DOES NOT SAY THAT AT ALL... IT LITERALLY SAYS THE DISH IS GLUTEN FREE. no where does it state “to make gluten free say no wrap”. It says “eazy street wrap—gf”. I’m furious. Don’t go here.
The staff is semi knowledgable. The man at the counter pointed out what I could get, however I had to ask several specific questions until he told me I couldn’t eat anything grilled due to the wraps and burgers being cooked on the grill (he did offer to have them cook it in a pan or clean a part of the grill). I would say it is celiac safe as long as you explicitly specify what you want. The boulderado bowl was awesome and the tahini yogurt dressing was excellent. My mom had a salad that was also good. Overall lots of salad and smoothie options- we will be back, just be very careful to give exact instructions for cooking and preparation.
Not for Celiacs! They have GF labeled on some of their menu items. However, when I went to try the Acai bowl labeled GF, if I had not asked to see what GF granola they use, I would have gotten terribly sick. They were about to give me the Milk n Honey granola that has wheat germ in it and is clearly labeled with wheat allergen on the package. They are not educated on celiac. I have had one of their salads which was good, though expensive. But my experience w the acai bowl has left me wary to try anything else.