DO NOT go here if celiac. While they do have gf bread, once it leaves the bag with gluten-laden hands your safety is over. I asked for the gf French toast- asked about cooking area, sounded risky so ordered the ONE gf option as listed on menu of an egg, home fries and a meat of choice. Was told it would be cooked in a skillet. Thank God we sat at counter and watched as they fried the potatoes in contaminated fryer. Asked them to leave it off and then watched them plate my egg and bacon from the GRIDDLE among the pancakes and same spatula that has been used since invention of bread. No safe skillet was ever brought out and worse yet, they lied to me when they had several chances to just say "look lady, we don't do that". Don't hang the shingle if you can't back it up and more importantly, celiac beware!
Just had GF french toast and bacon. Very good. No GF menu but server was knowledgeable about what I could get and also brought over syrup container so I could double check ingredients on that. The 2 people I was with (not gf) also got really good meals.
Ate here for the first time. Both my daughter and I have Celiac Disease. This place is FANTASTIC. Server was very knowledgeable and even made suggestions. Can substitute GF items for non GF items at no extra charge. Food, atmosphere and workers are all wonderful.
I am a mom of a 3 year old with Celiac Disease. I often hesitate to travel with my daughter because I worry about making her sick with unknown places. Thankfully for this app I took a risk in this place that paid off. The people were knowledgeable, told me about their process of eliminating cross contamination, and I was able to adapt a kid friendly lunch. Maggie loved her lunch and my lunch was awesome. She showed no signs of any sickness.