September 8, 2010

For Gluten-Free Bread and Pastries in Boulder, It’s All Good Patisserie has you Covered

By Evan Sandsmark -  

Here at, we’re delighted when we discover that a Boulder store or restaurant has some gluten-free items for sale. “Oh, did you hear about so-and-so’s restaurant – they make a few of their appetizers without gluten and there’s even a gluten-free dessert!” While we are enthusiastic about these offerings and always happily welcome them, we experience particular satisfaction when we learn of a food establishment that is entirely dedicated to serving the needs of those with a gluten intolerance. And it is for this reason that we are eager to introduce our readers to (or perhaps just remind them of) It’s All Good, a patisserie that relieves the Boulder community’s hunger for gluten-free baked goods.

Being a patisserie, the basic offerings of It’s All Good are bread and pastries, but this isn’t much of a limitation because the store is willing to bake special requests (and, to sweeten the deal, there is no minimum that orders must meet). In fact, because of the perishable nature of the items offered, special orders are not only allowed but welcomed, and for some items, a personal request is even required. For example, the patisserie only bakes bread items that are ordered in advance, and this is presumably true of at least a good deal of pastries too (especially if you’re ordering something out of the ordinary).

However, It’s All Good does offer some items that can be purchased by visiting the store, and these are prepared without an order in advance. At least some of the time, these offerings are listed on the company’s website (listed below). So, had I checked the website last Tuesday, for instance, I would have learned that I could have gone into the store that day and bought Pistachio and Cranberry cookies and Chocolate Chip cookies. Those were a couple of the fresh items of the day.

Speaking of going into the store, It’s All Good is located at 3622 Walnut Street. According to the website, you should look for the “ONE LOVE” signboard on the south side of the street; the shop is located in the back (i.e., south end) of the building. During the fall, the shop is open on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. If this doesn’t fit your schedule, the staff is willing to keep the store open outside of regular business hours to accommodate your needs.

If you don’t feel like visiting the shop, It’s All Good’s products can be found at a few coffee shops and restaurants around town, like Turley’s (which, by the way, has a separate menu for gluten-free items).

Here’s a link to It’s All Good’s website:

If you visit It’s All Good or try one of their products around town, let us know how you like it.

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