The food is great but yes if Celiac you need to be careful. They say their fries are GF but they are not because of cross contamination. The curly fries are frozen and have a seasoning (that includes wheat) on them when they get fried in the same shared fryer as the natural fries (no seasoning) which then makes them cross contaminated. When I informed the owner of this and they where no longer considered GF she said "well my celiac customers eat them all the time and haven't complained" and acted like I was wrong. I bet her celiac customers are not aware of the fryer issue. The damage is still being done. Just be careful when eating here if Celiac
If you have Celiac Disease or have a true gluten allergy, use extreme caution when eating here. Although they have Dietz and Watson products as well as have gluten free bread options, there are several cross-contamination issues such as not having a dedicated fryer, panini press, gluten free safe areas for prepping food, and etc. In addition, the staff is not as knowledgeable as one would expect, especially after being in business and promoting "gluten free" for 2 years. I have Celaic Disease. When this establishment first opened, I never got sick from eating here. Now, if I am in a bind and decide to give this place another try, I am disappointed and get ill. All in all, if you are extremely sensitive to gluten, use extreme caution....if not, this is a great place to eat.
Since opening and since the store's namesake died, they have been less and less focused on GF. However, the stuff they have is good and for the most part it is reasonably priced as well. They are very good about ordering something you want that they don't have. As for the deli and the baked goods, I've gotten sick twice, so I can't recommend.