Dedicated GF facility, all menu items free of gluten, corn, nuts, and soy. Common allergens clearly marked on the menu, however some typos/errors (pecans not marked). Food is excellent overall, nice to be able to order anything on the menu.
Easily one of the best restaurants I’ve ever been to. I felt absolutely safe eating here with celiac disease. Many of their menu items are paleo-friendly and they also accommodated my other dietary sensitivities (ie. nightshade vegetables). The staff was amazing, the vibes were outstanding, and above all, the food was epic.
Entire menu is gluten, corn, peanut, and soy free. Located in a trailer with small tables set outside. Small menu and the breakfast tacos ran out. The butter coffee is unique and so good we stopped here twice in 24 hours. House chai is also delicious. A little pricey but very high quality ingredients.
I really loved the bulletproof coffee here. I had the plain and simple and subbed the brain octane for the mct oil. So good! The spaghetti squash lasagna was really good and the wrap was tasty. For paleo food, this was very helpful when traveling! Glad I stopped by.
I LOVED THEIR COFFEE. My boyfriend and I got the Little Larry and the Dirty Chai - dairy free (with Ghee instead of butter) - both iced, they were so delicious that we went back for seconds!! We also tried a sandwich and a wrap and both were delicious. We also had to try the butter bone broth - which we decided to again sub in ghee and I LOVED it but he thought it was a little too rich for him. I have Celiac so I was a bit concerned about cross contamination that was mentioned in a previous review, so I decided to grill the nice girl that came to greet us and show us their whole spread. She told me that everything that they make in the trailer -the coffee and bone broths- are all clear but there are certain things that are prepared in a shared kitchen. So she pointed those out and I just avoided those things. Their sandwich bread is fine for Celiac because they order that from another place that has a dedicated facility! It was delicious by the way. The girl informed me that they are working on getting their own kitchen space so they can be truly gluten free and Celiac friendly!! I look forward to being able to come back and try the entire menu!! They are definitely knowledgeable about what could be cross contaminated, which in my experience is half the battle.
using unsafe vinegars and a shared prep kitchen. ultra high cross a contamination risk. a no-go! p.s. I'm not "extra sensitive" ladies, I'm just not interested in abusing my body. we all deserve inclusion, and I hate when people say this ignorant type of comment.