Mochi pancakes are now renamed "Classic Pancakes" and are no longer gluten free. Their menu is different than what is currently on the website.
The mochi pancakes are gluten free but they are cooked on the same grill as all the other food so will be subject to cross contamination. I asked if there was an option to cook them in a separate pan but I was told they could not. Very few gf options. Server was not really knowledgeable regarding celiac disease .
We stumbled upon this place looking for breakfast. Immediately i saw that they had gluten-free pancakes, made of mochi (special Japanese rice flour) and thought his would be overall safe. Actually i was disappointed that the granola and all he breads have gluten, as does he Portuguese sausage. However, this place gets four stars from me because the manager, he chef, and our server all came to the table and went through the menu with us to make sure i got safe options. As they were cooking our breakfast, they noticed that someone at the table was getting the potatoes, and a cook came out to warn us they are not made in a dedicated fryer. I’d say they are extremely conscientious. Also, they were extremely generous in substituting safe for unsafe ingredients at no costs. I ended up with an omelette and a side of spinach, very nicely done. ’m going to try the mochi pancakes another day!
No separate prep space. Decent food, reasonably priced.
This is a very simple little shop with a bar and a few tables that are covered, but open to the outdoors. The menu isn't marked with gf, but the staff knew right away what was gf. Their mochi pancakes are gf, and are cooked on a griddle only for mochi pancakes (no gluten pancakes on the menu). Their tacos are on corn tortillas, and at the time I visited, their moscow mule slushy was made with Tito's vodka.