No worries for celiacs here. Their bread making is probably the best in Portland. Millet is used in a lot of their breads, and sometimes I get tired of the taste of millet so I choose a baguette. I slice it up and freeze the slices in packs of 2. You can pick up New Cascadia bread at New Seasons, at least the ones I have been to (definitely Hawthorne).
A lot of great options. Picked up several things: cookies, scone, cinnamon roll, pizza. It was all tasty. I'm not vegan but the vegan chocolate chip cookies are better than the regular ones. They have loaves of bread and buns, which I've had in other restaurants. It's all good.
What we ate was delicious. My daughter doesn’t have Celiac disease, but is allergic to wheat, peanuts, & tree nuts. All of the food in the case has the common allergens listed on little cards. It made choosing items easier and very efficient. The muffins were delicious, so were the Everything bagels.
Dedicated Facility- BEST bread loaves I’ve had since dx. Sandwiches and brunch in the cafe are lovely. Pastries and loaves from the case and rack equally delightful. Ingredients are available to read for allergens and the food quality is top knotch. Also good coffee and teas, and friendly staff. It does get busy but it’s worth it, and they just started shipping bread online!
Best GF baked goods out there. Since my celiac diagnosis, I've been craving a great bagel and finally got it here. They also have raw pizza dough and different breads for purchase. They can also ship products nationwide. A must visit while in Portland.
Love love love this place!! Dedicated GF bakery - our favorite go-to in Portland! Confections aren’t too sweet, and they have amazing breakfast sandwiches, pizza, lunches, and pies. We love the biscuit breakfast sandwich. They also have plenty of vegan options. Go here!
BEST gluten free pizza I've ever had, hands-down. I remember what the real thing tastes like, and this is pretty spot-on. The rustic baguette was also the most realistic I've ever had, and their sandwich/pastry options are good as well. They were quick and accommodating with our multi-person order during peak lunch hours.
Absolutely delicious, and a dream for anyone with Celiac. I got a breakfast sandwich on an everything bagel (something I haven’t had since being diagnosed), and a pear cardamom scone. I also stocked up on pastries for my weekend in Portland. Prices are very reasonable. I can’t wait to come back next time I visit Portland!
This is the bakery I used for my cake for our wedding! I could not have been happier with the quality, the taste, and the way they listened to all my requests. Aside from amazing cakes, they have so many other great meal options and products to take home! It’s so refreshing to have places where you know you won’t get sick enjoying the yummy food!
I’m am a sensitive celiac and can’t say enough about how delicious this place is! I loved their chocolate chip muffin, Oreo pie like thing (2 cookies with frosting in between), and cinnamon rolls. The slice of pizza was fabulous! The crust very different than any I’ve had before. There’s nothing more frustrating than being sick on vacation, and I was glad this place was totally safe. My non-gluten free husband even enjoyed his peach scone.
Veg options. We had a vegan muffin which was just ok. We regretfully didn't try the bagels. We also got the breakfast biscuit and French toast. Biscuit sandwich was the crowd favorite and the French toast not so much. Coffee was good too. There are plenty of options and it's a nice sized space for groups to have breakfast, brunch or lunch. I will definitely visit them again next time I'm in Portland.