Pretty good option if you like subs and it's hard to get them anywhere else. They always use a clean workspace and tools which I appreciate even though cross contamination isn't usually an issue for me.
Load up on the condiments, the bread is good but dry. If you're eating GF due to an allergy, just let them know and they'll change their knife. They work to prevent cross contamination, but there is a risk. Great staff- friendly and knowledgable!
They have GF bread but staff was completely unknowledgeable about gluten and cross-contamination. Also the allergen info list they have for all their sandwich fillings didn't even include gluten as a category, so they could not verify if any of their food is gluten free except the bread.
After standing in line for 20 minutes, they discovered that they had no GF rolls. Not very important to them. For dinner on my flight home, I have a banana and my fall-back GF breakfast bar. She was nice enough to give me the banana for free for my trouble. The people seemed very nice. I suspect it's a management issue.
The gluten free bread here is delicious, but I was pretty much yelled at when I asked (nicely, of course) for a separate knife to cut the bread and to make the sandwich on clean paper. I was told very clearly to not eat here if I was intolerant to gluten. Why offer gluten free bread if you are not willing to make small changes like a clean knife??
Have awesome GLUTEN FREE bread! And SUBS-N-A-BOWL, Side salads and great full size salads! Try the NY Salad or the Austin Club Salads they are the best!! They will get clean cutting boards and knives if u ask so there is less contamination.