They have identified gluten free options, but there is absolutely no attempt made to avoid cross contamination. There are a few pre-packaged items which are labeled gluten free.
Brand new location for this established restaurant chain.
I would say that this place is moderately celiac friendly. Most of the items are not gluten-free, and there is very likely to be cross-contamination with most of them. However they were aware of the risks of cross-contamination and let me know about them (ie, Though they are veggie patties are gluten-free, they are grilled on the same grill as a gluten containing items.) think the only things that are safe for those with celiac disease are their pre-prepped raw vegan options. I had their “tacos,” which were ok.
The person below me is giving one star on a chance cross contamination, but never actually ate there. Stop commenting If you don't know. Your jacking up the ratings. And you copy paste the same comment to multiple establishments
If you are celiac and truly gluten free be cautious. I have had French fries from here with no problem but I ordered a GF burger for the first time. The burger tasted ok but 4-5 hours later I had a severe reaction to gluten. I called and they said, yes everything is shared equipment 99% of the time the same counters, grills and cutting boards are used with whole wheat breaded products. I will still enjoy visiting there but I will never trust that because it says gluten free that it is.
I emailed them when they first opened to ask questions about their menu and find out if they are celiac friendly and never received a response, when I stopped in I was told that if you are celiac you should not eat here because you will probably get sick.