This place is AWESOME. It's located on the highway between my home and where I went to college. My boyfriend and I saw a billboard for it while driving and decided to try it. And I'm SO glad we did. It's this tiny little diner in the middle of Connecticut, but its menu was surprisingly impressive. They have GF Nutella French toast. So...if that doesn't convince you to go here, then I don't know what will. Basically, they have a really great gluten free menu with tons of options. Now that I've graduated, I'm don't really pass through this area anymore, but I really hope to be able to come back and eat here again sometime when I'm on a road trip.
like others have said, Wildfire is hands down THE BEST gluten free restaurant in the Twin Cities. Great expansive menu, delicious & abundant gf menu. I mean GF food that is superb, not ok or a steak with no sides or seasoning. Everything is that good, the salads are something you'll actually enjoy and look forward to! !
There are always plain/blueberry/chocolate chip GF pancakes, which are pretty tasty and a very reasonable price! The serving size is also very generous. In addition, there are some other naturally gluten free things on the menu, such as omelettes. Although I haven't tried the omelettes before, they look good and can have a variety of ingredients.
I really liked this place! I went here with a friend who does not eat meat, and it was awesome to find a place that could accomodate both of our diets. When I went in, the hostess actually asked upfront if we wanted a gluten free menu. In general, the staff seems knowledgeable. The menu is pretty extensive and the bread was good! I also tried one of their dairy free milkshakes (the PB/chocolate one) and thought it was surprisingly good.
I couldnt believe all the wonderful sweets they have and I am not a desert eater at all. I am a pizza geek, so I tried their cheese pizza, I was so impressed I will be back. Its nice to have some place like this to go just because you have to be gluten free! Thanks so much.
Service was shoty. I asked for a gluten free menu, had no problems get it but when I asks for the menu the gave us chips and didn't let me no the they have gluten. That you have to ask for gluten free chips. For someone that has not are here before they need to let you know that the chips are not gluten free.
The pizza here is delicious. I thought the crust was really good, and there are many great flavors to choose from. HOWEVER, I would like to point out that the extra charge for a gluten free crust is FIVE DOLLARS. I understand that some places add an extra charge, as GF dough/bread is more expensive than non-GF counterparts, and I am completely willing to pay a little extra for food that is safe to eat. But usually that means paying an extra dollar or two. In my opinion, a five dollar charge is excessive, so I'm bringing my rating down to 4 stars. I enjoyed the pizza, but there are cheaper options.
Located right in the center of Oak Bluffs, which is a plus. The clam chowder is gluten free, and it's pretty good. Otherwise, though, there is no GF menu and I have no idea what else is safe to eat. My sister (also celiac) went there as well and told me that they helped accomodate her and showed her other potential options, but I don't think there were very many.
FAVORITE PLACE!!! I'm extremely sensitive Celiac (with numerous other food allergies) and this is my favorite and go-to place. Amazing food, staff is super friendly and accommodating. Love love love Michael Anthony's!
Plenty of options and a very "family friendly" sort of place with lots of kids. Great steak tips and plenty of pizza choices to choose from. Our service wasn't great (slow, forgot we ordered an appetizer, etc.) which is why I'm bumping down to 4 stars, but I would return. They even have GF dessert!