They have many options for gluten free including, bread, bagels, pancakes, and french toast. Pauli the owner of very nice. When I mentioned my coffee want hot he immediately came around front and took care of it! I'm not sure about cross contamination bc I couldn't see in the kitchen.
While the owner and staff are friendly, and they heavily advertise and promote their gluten-free products, this place is wrought with cross-contamination for a celiac. They use the same counter, knives, etc. for their GF bagels, wraps, and bread. When you order a wrap, they throw the GF wrap in the same microwave to warm it up as regular wraps, sometimes both together (touching) at the same time (I witnessed as I ordered a regular wrap and a GF wrap). They also fry their eggs and breakfast meats on the same grill as pancakes (both regular and GF!) I wish I could give Pauli's a positive review for those wanting a GF bagel, wrap or sandwich, but they just don't get it and will NOT go out of their way to ensure food safety for celiac sufferers.
Update March 31- although they use a dedicated toaster they cut on the same counter and knife as non gf sandwiches. Strike two...not celiac safe. Warning, they take no precautions preparing gf sandwiches. Same counter full of crumbs and same knife to cut your order. If you're very sensitive do yourself a favor and pass on this place until take gf more seriously.