We were traveling with our gf daughter. We had sandwiches for lunch. It was a really long wait and then our daughters sandwich did not come out on gf bread. It went back and I finally had to ask if they forgot it. It was so tiny and for the price and wait. Not worth it. The staff behind the counter was nice but had no idea about gf.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much/None
Smooth delicious coffee, espresso and other drinks. Food was excellent as well. They have GF bread and wraps to modify any sammy. Waitress and kitchen staff were on the same page with allergy. Inside was clean and simple. If not for the slow service that day, would have 5 stars.
Here for breakfast. Menu has no celiac options, but ordered a bacon egg and cheese croissant without croissant. Gal behind the counter was awesome. Called the kitchen to let them know it was celiac. They cleaned the grill. She did warn me that they cook French toast there as well. No reaction. Also, the chai tea latte was the best I’ve had in a long time. Years ago I was here for lunch, they were very accommodating for celiac then too.
Nope not at all. Same space no fryer. Same toaster. Same panini press. Gf food comes cold. O tried giving one star.
The staff here is very kind! They served me tea and a turkey, nut, and berry wrap (in rice paper) to my table. Their teas and coffees are pretty inexpensive, but the extra charge on the wrap (originally $5.50) to make it gluten free was $3, which I thought was a little much especially considering how small it was. It was delicious though! I would recommend this place for coffee and studying or a quick (small) bite.
Lots of yummy choices! GF items are marked on the main menu. You can substitute GF bread in sandwiches or rice paper for wraps. GF macaroons for dessert (not chocolate.)