The line for bagels was long on a Sat. morning. They certainly were NOT there for the GF bagels! First, their knowledge of cross contamination is sketchy at best. I couldn't get the cream cheese on the bagel (had to be in the side) due to possible cross contamination yet they had no trouble cutting the GF bagel with the knife just used to cut a regular bagel so I had to ask for a new one!
The bagel itself was frozen - not fresh. When I finally got the bagel it tasted awful. I could not put enough cream cheese on to make it taste good.
I waited 10 mins because they forgot my order. I watched the girl try to cut the FROZEN GF bagel for five additional mins then, once finally toasted, it tasted so bad they just agreed and gave me my $ back
They have the best gluten free bagels from Sweet Note Bakery. They are baked fresh and they are knowledgable about cross contamination!