Nasty... Places like this that pretend to be gluten free are worse than those who can't spell it. They talk the talk, and claim gluten free oats, but then we got sick quickly Beyond the food, seating is cramped and challenging... I didn't try the drinks.... they looked good... note there is no cream for coffee (only plant based whiteners)
A celiac nightmare. It’s a trendy gluten free place. Cross contain galore. Non gluten free touching gluten free. I’ve even been stopped by staff on my order once they realize food was mislabeled as GF. Appreciated their call out! Super cute place for coffee though.
I was so looking forward to trying this place. The food looked good. I accidentally ordered a sandwich that didn’t come gluten free and when it arrived I verified if the bread was gluten free. They said that particular sandwich could not be made GF. I told them I couldn’t eat it. I was SOL. I did make a mistake by not being clear but they told me I had to pay for another menu item. At $13 a sandwich that’s a bit much. So I left $16 poorer and are nothing! They also do not use a separate toaster.
This IS NOT gluten free. Avoid if you have a gluten allergy of any kind. Their menu says gluten free but a big sign in the place warns people with wheat allergies not to eat there. That is misleading and dangerous to people with gluten issues. Stay away!
Sigh right in the front explicitly states the kitchen is not gluten free. If you have celiac disease and get the GF bread you are asking for cross contamination risk. If you have gluten or wheat sensitivity and CC isn’t a risk I suspect this place will be great for you.
Healthy and delicious! Nourish is best known for their smoothies, salads, wraps, grain bowls, and so forth, but I know that the owners want to start putting more emphasis on their baked goods and sweets, which is why I've been hired. We're looking to expand into the catering field as well, so that would be a good thing to note. My favorites for savories are the Nourish Bowl (sort of our signature item, of course) and the Bibimbap Bowl. I'm utterly addicted to the blue matcha lattes, and there's a solid coffee/espresso program, as well as kombucha on tap. Lots of stuff available for grab-and-go, but we also offer communal seating indoors and a few tables outside, with free wi-fi for anyone who wants to camp on their laptops. The entire menu is vegan, no refined sugar (we only use maple syrup, dates, coconut sugar, and brown rice syrup across the board), no refined grains/flours, and many gluten-free options. Brunch specials of quinoa waffles and such available on the weekends.