AVOID!!! Told them I found their restaurant on find me GF, was celiac and requested lettuce bun. I asked if the trail sauce was gluten free, and they said they thought it was. After asking about the ingredients, I suspected the Sriacha sauce wasn't GF, so I asked for it on the side. When the food came, it was a served on a regular bun. I indicated it looked like a bun with gluten, the server said "yeah" and asked me if I wanted it removed. She said "are you worried about cross contamination?" Lol. I'm concerned about this place being managed by incompetents looking for $$$ only. Go to Paparazi instead.
1PM on a Sunday in November, this place was packed. Waited a while for a table, then longer for our food to arrive. They are "between" GF bakeries, so there weren't many offerings. Everything was delicious, but my daughter got sick despite telling them she has celiac. We won't return.
Had a tasty gluten free quiche (they bring the crusts in from a nearby gluten free bakery) and a completely wrapped cookie. They had a basket full of gluten free baked goods (also from the gf bakery) to choose from. The manager willingly discussed their prep process with me, so I knew how the food had been prepared in the shared kitchen. Overall, a good spot for a relaxed lunch.
Best gluten-free chicken salad sandwich I've had. Got a piece of gluten-free coffee cake to go. It was a wonderful breakfast treat the next day. Restaurant is clean, quiet & relaxing. Wish I lived closer, I'd go at least once a week and work my way through the menu.