This place is dedicated gluten-free and sources most of its ingredients from a five mile radius so they're incredibly fresh. I went here for lunch with my best friend (not gluten-free). We both absolutely loved everything we had! I had the owl eyes potion, bahn-mi (my first ever) with sweet potato fries, and the chocolate chip ice cream sandwich for dessert. She had a new potion that's not on the menu yet, the burger with sweet potato fries, and cheesecake. This place is definitely on the more expensive side but worth every penny!
This place is delicious. But their beyond terrible service & rude entitled employees (someone’s nieces they gave jobs to as hostess & waitress) are what make this an automatic NoGO for our family from now on. We drive from Estes to eat here. The last 2 times we’ve been (715pm on a Wednesday & 845 on a Friday) they decided to close down HOURS EARLY so they could leave. Claiming they “weren’t busy enough” to stay open til normal closing time. From what I’ve read this is fairly normal behavior from this staff particularly. But when the parking lot is busy & all the shops around this place are still bumpin, I have zero will to believe that they simply “weren’t busy enough”. They told me I should’ve placed a carry out order if I wanted to be guaranteed a meal two hours before they close. But coming from EP I’d rather not eat in my car w/2 kids & there’s no way I’d get them to decide on meals in advance before having been there themselves. This place is a family-run MESS. Great food. Poor work ethic all around. Taking our family’s business elsewhere. There are plenty of great GF establishments in the Boulder area that happily stay open their official published business hours w/excellent employees & no Boulder college-student attitudes. Such places deserve your business. After 2 years of eating here we’re sad to say we’re done visiting this place :(
100% gluten free!!!!! Love it when my daughter and I can eat safely with Celiac! Located in the Pearl St area. They have a bar as well with beer and cocktails. Even my non Celiac husband enjoyed the food! We had the broccoli max and cheese (dairy free and regular). The dairy free had an awesome flavor, although not as creamy and fish as the regular. The lamb meatballs were delish. The beef slider was great! Sweet potatoes fries and dipping sauce was great! The pork slider and tacos were so flavorful! I bought a cookbook as well by the 3 sisters who own this establishment. Highly recommend!
So happy to find this 100% Gluten free restaurant in Boulder after a hike with my 18yo son and 20o daughter (both celiac). We started with one of their signature "potions" called Fairy Bubbles (non alcoholic) very tasty, but was expecting a larger serving based on the $7 price. We also had their Donut Eyes appetizer -- these were fantastic -- crispy cinnamon outside fluffy inside. My son had buttermilk pancakes with chocolate chips, bacon on the side. My daughter had a burger with cheddar cheese and sweet potato fries. I had scrambled eggs with veggies (I think it's called Farmer Scramble and can be made with veggies or meats). We were all happy with our choices.
It was amazing for my husband to be able to order anything on the menu! He had the pancakes and they were wonderful, every bit as good or better than glutened pancakes. I loved that the menu is also heavily paleo friendly as I have a medical necessity to eat primarily paleo so there were many lovely options for us both. Great friendly staff and a lovely experience. Yes, portions are a little smallish, but it was plenty for us.
I am visiting Boulder and have celiac disease. I read the reviews on this restaurant and decided to give it a try on a Saturday night. I was more than pleased! As someone who can rarely eat out, it was a real treat to be able to eat anything on the menu without having to ask for modifications. The food was delicious, and our server was so nice and explained everything. My non-gluten-free husband enjoyed his meal as well. This is a great place for a nice dinner out. We did make a reservation, which I would suggest. It was a bit pricey, but I didn't mind simply for the peace of mind of being able to eat delicious food without worry of getting sick.
I'm not sure how they are able to pull off a traditional brewery within a dedicated gluten free restaurant, but they do. The brewery facility and kitchen are separate rooms and nobody ever complains about getting glutened here. The food is wholesome and the atmosphere is very welcoming. The gluten free beer is as good as gluten free beer can be. I appreciate how they host events, live music, and support local community. The servings could be a bit bigger and the prices seem a bit on the high side for what you get, but with quality 100% GF ingredients and the location of the restaurant, it's completely understandable.
A great place to grab lunch. While it's 100% gluten-free, I haven't had a meal I'd call remarkable. Everything I've had has been good but not standout. They do have a very robust menu, which is a huge plus when dining with people who may not be GF by necessity.
Super cool atmosphere - very hippie/witchy. I had the GF/DF mac & cheese which was really good and the creamed kale (delicious). Try the gluten free beer they offer, it was one of the best GF beers I've ever had (ahimsa gluten free ale). The sides prices are very reasonable but the entrees can be expensive. Great all gluten free place nonetheless.
Thought the food here was some of the best I had, not only during a recent trip to Denver, but maybe in the last few years. The entire establishment (with the exception of a lot of the beers) is GF, so there's nothing to worry about there. Had the pork ribs and the house made curry with buffalo, and both were very good.