I was so excited to try their gluten free ice cream sandwich. It was all I could talk about doing when I got to cocoa beach I'm going to eat a huge gf ice cram sandwich I don't get to have things like this very often in fact it's been 9 years ago that I found out that I had celiac. Anyways THEY WERE OUT! In fact the kid working said they were almost out of everything! How could this happened it's advertised all over! So disappointed I did end up getting some just ok ice cream wasn't impressed for the price:(
We went to Huzzah for bbq but found out from the waiter that even though the gluten-free gf symbol was next to the ribs, the rub used on the ribs contains gluten. The barbecue sauce also contains gluten so unless you want ribs or chicken with no seasoning then do not go there. My wife has celiac disease so she opted for a safe salad but the dressings also contained gluten so her gluten-free dinner consisted of a plain salad with no dressing.
Woo hoo! A real menu, with real food choices! I got the pizza of course and it was almost as amazing as my own! For those who are not gluten free or celiac, my husband had a burger and proclaimed it the best he had ever had! He would know, he eats a lot of meat!
We found this gem through this app while visiting The Ringling in Sarasota. They offer a GF menu and our server was very attentive to my allergy. I had delicious GF fish tacos made fresh from the day's catch. My Mom's non-GF meal was delicious as well. We sat near the edge of the dock and had a delightful view of the water.
Paris Resort & Casino, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
We chose this restaurant for Sunday breakfast/brunch as they had a few GF options on the menu. My meal was brought out by a different runner than my friend's and I was told that this was because he was the only person in the kitchen allowed to touch my food. Both my meal and my friend's non-GF meal were outstanding. As was our view of the Bellagio Fountain Show - an added perk. To top everything off, the restaurant offers a make-your-own "Bloody Mary Bar" during the time of day we were there which is simply a fun way to start a day in Vegas.
Ask your server straightaway for the GF menu (yes, they have a dedicated menu, woo!). There are many options for GF diners and the food is excellent. The cinnamon roll breakfast is a MUST. They do state, right up front, a cross-contamination risk but, quite frankly, I think most restaurants run that risk (unless dedicated GF) but don't bother mentioning it.