So many gluten free pastries!! One side of the case is gluten/ regular (SINNERS), and other half is gluten free (SAINTS). They put tiny flag on each of them, so super easy to chose from. They have mini size cupcakes and pastries too! My favorite is TRES LECHES! They also have Tiramisu too! *It says they do take precautions to minimize cross contamination, but since they have both gluten and gluten free, severe celiac people might have to be careful.
This place is great, I highly recommend it! I have celiac and so do some of the employees at a few of my accounts(I'm in medical sales) so I'm very particular on whom I order pastries and food from. People who are not gluten sensitive or have celiac have loved the pastries too. Side note, they also have sinners(non gluten free, saints are gluten free) and the prices are amazing and people go bonkerz for the pastries too. Whether you have celiac or not you'll be in heaven with this place. The owner is very caring and sweet. Spoke with her a few times that I've gone in. I have nothing but wonderful things to say about this bakery and so do my clients. Huge assortment, not crazy high gluten free prices like other places and the pastries are extraordinary! Side note: get the chocolate chip gluten free cookies... you'll have no idea they don't have gluten in them!
My Daughter (14) and I are both celiacs and we're craving a yummy treat on a very long road trip.We have tried many so so gf bakeries and we're hoping this place was above average. We were pleasantly surprised with sinners and saints. The owner was very friendly, taking the time to answer all our questions. You could tell she really loves what she makes, her eyes lit up as she described each item we asked about. The lemon bars , velvet cupcakes, chocolate cupcakes are so delicious and the cheese cakes are like a slice of heaven. The goat cheese raspberry cheese cake was out of this world. I rarely take the time to write reviews but this was a game changer. It's days later and my daughter and I still get excited to talk about the gf treats that didn't taste gf at all. If you are going to be in the area, stop by and enjoy.
I got sick from this place :(. They have such a great selection - but their gluten free desserts are in the same case sitting right next to gluten filled ones. They are made in house so I knew there was the risk of cross contamination. I so wanted it to be my new favorite bakery. All of the desserts I got tasted amazing - and the texture was great!
First I will say, I did not get sick.. However, they do use shared equipment and pans so after talking to them and letting them know that I have Celiac, they steered me away from the cupcakes and anything else that used shared pans. The "sinners" are gluten treats and "saints" are gluten free. I wish they would store them separately and use separate pans but instead, they are all displayed together so there definitely is a risk of contamination here. I ended up with a nutella creme brulee which was in it's own small individual foil pie pan. It tasted great and fortunately, I did not get sick! I would suggest that you ask a lot of questions and avoid the cupcakes and anything baked unless they change their policy and start using separate pans.
The bakery features daily sinners (non gluten-free desserts) and saints (gluten-free desserts). So it's not a dedicated GF facility, but they say they use best practices to avoid cross-contamination. I've eaten here a few times with no reaction & everything is amazing--especially the cherry tart!