I have to echo what others have said, the latte was great but the gluten-free brownies left me miserable last night. I was up until after 3am with gastric upset. I've been to a lot of places that serve both gf and non-gf versions of food on the same counter and haven't had an issue so I'm thinking it's more than a tiny amount of cross contamination.
Not a ton of gluten free choices but I had the quinoa spring veggie bowl and it was excellent - both gluten free and vegetarian. Very good tea and coffee too - and great food for both veg and non veg allies (people who aren't gluten free themselves but are willing to go with me to places that I can eat). Cool upscale European vibe. The three stars is simply for the limited gf options, not the quality of the gf dishes themselves.
Was there after the re-opening. No GF menu as stated in previous reviews. Had a chocolate layered cake and their hard-marshmallow-fluff thing. The hard-marshmallow-fluff thing did nothing for me, and the slice of cake was just alright. For these two things I spent $16 and was left with a lot more to be desired. The cake was very difficult to eat and enjoy b/c there was a nougat-like laker underneath the top-most chocolate ganache layer. The tough-nougat layer caused the inner layers of the cake to spill outward while attempting to fork through. So, you end up with the top-nougat-like layer and the bottom cake layer on your fork then have to scrape the squeezed-out inner layers of the cake from your plate to enjoy a bite. Doesn't sound pleasant does it? It wasn't, and was also very frustrating. Oh well. #firstworldproblems Either way, this shouldn't be a problem given the league of the bakery Tatte is. I will say all the components of the cake were delicious but the placement of the layers was off and needs to be re-evaluated. Would I go again? Maybe. But only to give the bakery I had high-hopes for a second chance.