Truly the best gluten free burger I've ever had.
It's not mentioned on their web site. I called and spoke with them, they were super helpful and friendly. The french fries are made in a separate fryer and thus celiac friendly. I am very sensitive to cross-contamination but I did not have any problems at Melt. I will definitely come back.
Wasn't bad, but wasn't anything to get excited about either. Brownies were very dry, cupcake was good. The staff wasn't exactly welcoming and they had baked goods listed on the display case that weren't available.
AMAZING. Ribalta has the best pizza I have ever had in my entire life...and it was gluten free. Calling all Celiac! They have a separate area to make GF pizza and a dedicated allergy free brick oven just for us! Now to the pizzas : the sauce is "tomatoey" with sweet undertones of cane sugar. The cheese is bolder than most but more creamy than the most expensive buffalo mozzarella in existence. The goat cheese was tangy and a perfect compliment to the pepperoni which had a subtle heat stronger or weaker depending on each bite. Now the most important part : the crust. Ribalta has created the perfect GF crust. Your top teeth bite into a warm soft moist dough, but it gets better! This dough doesn't sag. As your top teeth sink into a warm delicatessen, your tongue presses up on a buttery, airy, and flakey crust that your bottom teeth will crunch into causing your lips to undoubtedly begin to smile. Hungry yet?
Red Robin has a gluten free menu and even has a bun that you can eat your burger on, but they make it very difficult to order. The wait staff is not trained. While they have a gluten free menu, there is not a printed version. you have to go online and wade through the checklists of what is effectively a really long slideshow just to see an option, only to have to do it again again to see if you can eat anything else. It is very difficult and tedious, bit to mention disheartening when the wait staff aren't even aware that such a menu exists.
if you can get past that, it is nice to be able to eat French fries and a burger with a bun. the bun is okay, not great, but it's still nice just to have a bun.
I didn't get sick eating here...just wish I didn't have to convince the people working there what their secret menu contains.
Lots of gluten free options. If you have Celiac beware of the fried items, not a separate dedicated fryer. I had the California chicken sandwich, it was really good! Kettle chips are not fried, so are gluten free.