Please note I did not eat here. I just wanted to say I stopped in and found the gf selection very lacking. I saw nothing labeled as GF so I asked. The woman behind counter was very friendly and told me they have jam bars, something PB, and macaroons. They also sometimes have gf bread. 😐 I was not impressed, especially after reading reviews about their gf selections. 🤔
While I greatly appreciate that they offer something gf, I will not be eating here as it did not strike me as a place safe for celiac. Instead, it struck me merely as some place that wanted to cash in on the gf fad.
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
They have GF bread for their sandwiches. I had the raspberry pastry and cappuccino. Both were outstanding. New addition of blueberry lemon muffin with crumb topping. Fantastic
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
May’s Parlor is a must if you’re in the area. I’m sad we only now found out about it. Everything looks delicious and the service was spectacular. The iced latte was probably the best I’ve ever had. My partner said their chocolate croissant was the best he’s ever had. I ordered a GF fruit tart that was also amazing.
I did not ask if there was cross-contamination but they did offer to package the GF item separately.
Please visit and support a great local business!
The waitstaff was extremely honest with us and said it is not celiac friendly at all. Flour all in the air, essentially a bakery with GF options but not Celiac friendly.
This was the second time I have eaten here and had no ill effects. I have tried the Raspberry jam bar, Peanut butter bar, and the Ham & Brie on gf bread which is toasted in a designated toaster. They are a bit pricey but delicious.
Good experience , wish they had gluten free syrup