- Avondale Estates
Made with vanilla, cinnamon and cardamom (plus chocolate chips or blueberries if you want 'em), and then drizzled in warm agave nectar, it's not just "a good gluten-free waffle" — it's a darn good waffle, all around.Whether those living a gluten-free lifestyle are doing it by choice or because of doctor's orders, finding good grub sans gluten while out on the town can seem like more trouble (and salad) than it's worth. And a big, tasty, crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside… waffle? Unheard of. 'Til now, anyway. Normally, the mere thought of tucking in to such a breakfast delicacy might be enough to send any gluten-free diner running far, far away toward the Lara Bars. But at Good Karma Coffee, they're serving up delicious waffles, biscuit sandwiches, muffins and more treats that truly everyone can enjoy. (Even you, Level 5 vegans!)
With nary a speck of gluten in the place and plenty of vegan options to boot, Sharonda and her team work hard (with the best gluten-free flour she can get her hands on, we might add) to whip up a delicious breakfast that anyone can enjoy. And that aforementioned waffle is a crowd favorite for good reason. Made with vanilla, cinnamon and cardamom (plus chocolate chips or blueberries if you want 'em) and drizzled in warm agave nectar, it's not just "a good gluten-free waffle" — it's just a darn good waffle, all around. (Especially when paired with the top-notch, direct-trade Counter Culture coffee.) Same goes for the biscuits: fluffy, buttery and yet, completely vegan-friendly (though carnivores can get ham, egg and sausage added to it). It's true. They do exist: alternative baked goods that doesn't, er, taste "alternative." And that, friends, is something we can all agree on. Especially the part about the free waffle.
Homemade Biscuits, $1.50
Brewed Counter Culture Coffee, $1.25 to $1.75
Latte, $2.75 to $4.25
Tuesday - Sunday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.