few gf options somewhat ok.
Not celiac friendly. Pastries are placed side by side (GF/nonGF). Small GF section ( one cookie one bread). Nice people and cute shop.
Not actually gluten free. What’s the point?
They have good gf muffins and whoopie pies, but inexplicably they push everything together so nothing seems safely gf. When I asked if they had anything not sitting next to gluten stuff, they said there was a risk of cross contamination in everything. Like, yes, I know, normally I'm willing to take that gamble -- but not when everything is sitting together. I've been a couple mornings when that isn't the case and I've been able to try stuff -- don't get sick and it's delicious. Stop being annoying and put gf things on their own tray!
OK it was delicious, but they did not have good display practices. Gluten-free stuff was right next to non-gluten-free stuff. When I asked what was the best gluten-free option the cashier suggested a muffin. I ask if the muffins were gluten-free since they weren't marked that way. He replied only the center of muffins were. They were all squished in with touching the other muffins.
Gluten free ice cream sandwiches, brownies, and cookies.