The staff was insanely helpful. They explained because they use the same cutting board for everything there would most likely be cross contamination, but they would change their gloves and different knives. I would say if you have celiac don’t get a sandwich there, but the GF bagel was really good so maybe buy the bagel and make your own sandwich at home? The staff was very knowledgeable and honest which I appreciated
Staff was helpful and friendly. The pastry chef wasn’t there to answer my specific questions but I figured I’d buy it. Nima tested the only pastry they had that’s labeled “GF” - the lemon poppyseed muffin. Nima came back “Gluten Found”.
I was able to eat two of the salads like the superfood salad, but I ended up getting the mushroom omelette and a side of fruit. You’ll be fine to eat here if you’re okay with eggs and salads!
Told us over the phone that they did not have a gluten free menu but basically the whole menu can be adjusted to be gluten free. So we went and that couldn’t be further from the truth as the waiter struggled to point out more then a couple options for me to order. The only options are things that are naturally gluten free i.e. salad, eggs, fruit etc.
The wait was super long, don’t go on a Saturday for lunch! Had the superfood salad with grilled chicken. Make sure to tell them GF so they do the chicken with no marinade. Salad was DELICIOUS. (I skipped the dressing).
On days when they have gluten free bread, you can ask them to make you a panini! They'll use wax paper to keep your bread from touching any surfaces where regular bread has been. They also can make any sandwich into a salad. Smoothies have always been excellent, too.