We all have personal demons. Like getting along with a boss, or jump squats. If gluten is yours, keep Bounty Kitchen on your shortlist of brunch spots. It’s a bright all-day cafe that serves excellent gluten-free pancakes with cinnamon butter and fruit compote, as well as egg and vegetable hashes. Order some avocado toast or the braised beef bowl if wheat, oats, rye, and related species are your friends. The place can get pretty busy during the brunch rush, so might have to wait a few minutes for a table.
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