A lot of gluten free options—greek fries are a favorite and shawarma salads.
Excellent and satisfying. Every time I have eaten here, at least one employee knows exactly what is GF. They don't seem to have it listed on a menu. They are very accommodating. I've had the shish kabob (chicken, lamb, or kafta)platter with hummus and Greek salad. The lentil soup, vegetarian platter, and chicken breast salad are gluten free. If you are concerned about cross-contamination you might need to explain that they can't let your food touch anything that touched pita bread.
This is the best falafel in town, made very fresh from green chickpeas. You can have many of the flavorful Mediterranean specialties here as long as you skip the pita bread, gyro meat and baklava. The babaganoush, hummus and fatoosh are so fresh and flavorful. They are moving a few doors to the east of the Wealthy Streat - Eastown storefront they have had for many many years.