The staff is either not knowledgeable or willing to compromise your well being. The server told me the items marked with a pepper on the menu are spicy, then he said gluten free, then pointed out gluten free waffles. He knew of a gluten free roll they have. The “pepper” is a carrot and identifies vegan items. The work surfaces are shared and thus is likely not a place safe for celiacs. I had coffee and left. The server was kind enough to recommend a place down the street, he said it’s vegan and I will love it. In that moment I knew I made the right choice not to eat here.
I don't know why this place gets such high ratings - they have GF pancakes, and THAT'S IT. No GF menu, and the only options off the regular menu are the standard "order it without the bread". I'll give it 2 stars for the pancakes, but that's all. I wouldn't call it "celiac friendly" at all.