The gluten free bread here is excellent, and the staff are all really good-natured and willing to listen to allergy requests and accommodate.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Unfortunately they are not equipped to deal with celiac for sandwiches. Most of the salads seem ok. They put the GF bread through the same toaster/press and don’t even attempt to avoid cross-contamination. When I asked if I could have the sandwich cold, they refused and said the GF bread must be toasted. So I asked for a refund and got a kale salad. It ended up being fine but none of the dressings were marked and I had to trust the server (who btw did his very best to accommodate me!). What’s crazy is they have an allergen menu but it only includes nuts, dairy and soy. Sadly this is only a good place for GF preference, not allergy.