They had quite a selection.
This is my gluten-free lunch plate.
While I was ordering, having noticed and commented how busy this little spot was, the man behind the counter told me they were looking for another location and would be moving soon to a bigger space. He also told me that hey make all of their own everything here from scratch. I think most of the building is kitchen. With both indoor and outdoor seating, the place was definitely on people's radar scope for lunch. I even overheard the man behind the counter telling one other first-timer to this restaurant that the sandwiches here would be the best they had ever eaten.
I ordered the Salad Trio... There was a Chicken and Pasta Salad, a Broccoli and Bacon and a Tomato/Cucumber Vinaigrette. (All gluten-free,) The three salads we served with a bread. I selected a gluten free roll. I didn't ask them about cross contamination because I am not gluten intolerant. I just wanted to check out what eating gluten-free might be like. So if that is you, you will have to ask your own questions of the management if that is of interest to you.
Lunch was great! The gluten free roll, for one who does not HAVE TO eat gluten-free and had never eaten a gluten free roll before, was actually good. I mean, it would take some getting used to if I was to actually be excited about it. It was a good substitute, but certainly not the same as a more usual wheat product. My salads, all three of them, were tasty! My favorite was the broccoli one. Yum!'