They have good options on the menu, but I'm not confident with their kitchen practices. When I ordered the burger with GF option, they put the tempeh on the side (which was thoughtful, except that they didn't tell me what it was when they brought it out.) If my friend hadn't warned me not to eat it, it would have caused me to be ill. Also, the owner of the restaurant debated the legitimacy of gluten-free diets with me and my two friend who are all gluten intolerant. He basically said if people were vegan they wouldn't have issues with gluten. Quite disrespectful in my opinion. I'm done with this place.
They really try for gluten free, but when I asked about kitchen practices, they said the do NOT try to keep ingredients separate. She said cross contamination is an issue.
She makes the best GF baked goods by far!!!! Her cookies, muffins and cupcakes can compete with non vegan, non GF goodies. They are that good!! You could serve them to non GFers. The cafe menu only has salads on the GF side, but they are really good. Served with pesticides instead of salad dressing. Sunday brunch leaves a little to be desired, but overall, this is a great place!
Food is good. I haven't asked about their methods to avoiding cross contamination. I suspect I have gotten sick from eating here a few times due to being very sensitive to gluten.