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I asked if they had GF and dairy-free items. I was told they did and that they had just checked because the people before me had the same dietary restrictions. However, when I double-checked that their chocolate was GF and DF because the items were dipped in chocolate, they said, "Oh. No. The chocolate has gluten and dairy in it." I sincerely hope the people before me didn't have a horrible reaction.
Love this place! On the weekends you can sit outside and listen to live music while enjoying GF flourless chocolate torte or other GF pastries.❤️
Great gluten free almond horseshoe pastries and multigrain gluten free bread, yummy!
Baked Food ☆☆☆☆Lunch ☆☆☆Customer service ☆Management☆Dedicated allergy prep ☆Dining room cleanliness ☆Long story....... Never going back no worth the driveI am surpised. I had been here at least three times before, several years ago when I was able to eat wheat. Since my girl and I are gluten free now we are always on the lookout for GF bakeries (she likes her baked sweets) and when she looked their website up and saw it was GF I said we need to go. My girlfriend didn't want to just drive out to Yalaha (in the country) for bread, we also wanted paseries and lunch and because it's a one hour drive. So she tried calling on different days at different times thoughtout the week to ask what they normally have available for us GF'ers. After no one answered (ever) and leaving numerous messages there were no return calls. We took our chances and drove out. We had friends meeting us from an hour away the opposite direction who are also GF. We arrived before 3:00 and our friend were close behind. Keep in mind they don't close until 5:00. We found they had an ok selection of baked goods, a flowerless chocolate cake and loaf MG bread. We went into the sandwich shop and we where told we had to buy a loaf of GF bread if we wanted a sandwich made GF. Strange but no big deal a $12 loaf of bread for 5 sandwiches plus the cost of the sandwiches $6 each. They sliced it for us. I returned to the sandwich side and I told the girl we are waiting on friends before we order. She told me they need to hurry and asked if we would be drinking tea and I said I am but was not sure because our friends aren't here yet. She said well I am leaving at 3:30 and I am dumping all the tea out and if they want sandwiches they need to hurry. I informed her the hours show 5:00. She said yes but I'm leaving at 3:30 and am cleaning up so noone else has to and after that you will have to wait for someone over in the bakery to make it. Our friends made it just before 3:30 and we all ordered. Before our food was ready she turned out the lights to the sandwich shop, gave us our food and left. When I went to get a refill in the baked goods area the manager told me if I want tea one of the employees give me hot water and a tea bag to make myself. I decided on water, only the employees kept ignoring me and after a few minutes I gave up and went back to the dark sandwich shop. This is not the place I had been to in the past........