225 West St #6, Seymour, CT 06483
Cakes & cupcakes, of course, but they also now offer freshly made sandwiches (cold cuts or MEATBALL), Friday Night Pizza, stuffed breads, soups, frozen or fresh loaves of bread or buns, and more. Truly excellent stuff - many items are even vegan! Some things are dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free. For a more detailed review, please check my review post: http://glutenfreeidiot.com/2013/08/gluten-free-connecticut-spotlight-freckled-frosting-in-seymour/
1940 EAST THIRD STREET, WILLIAMSPORT, PA 17701
I ordered from the menu as posted on here, only things that were safe: Petite Sirloin, White Cheddar Mashed Potatoes, Grilled Zucchini. I explained to my server that I had a "severe gluten allergy" and that I needed cross-contamination minimized - i.e. please grill my steak on a piece of foil, clean utensils, etc. She either did not relay that information, or the kitchen chose to ignore it, because I became very sick and it ruined 2.5 days of my vacation. I wouldn't recommend this location.
105 Waterbury Rd, Prospect, CT 06712
It's not advertised, but they offer a personal-sized GF pizza. It is a very thin-crust pizza, not the type local CT residents are used to but that's ok. They use a pre-packaged crust that is made elsewhere but use their own toppings. The crust comes in it's own little disposable aluminum tray, so I was not worried at all because I know they only have 1 wood-fired pizza oven. I asked how they handle cross-contamination risks and they told me that they prepare the pizza in an area separate from everything else. There may be minor cross-contamination risks since it is a small place but I felt safe. The owner seems to be very aware and they sell a good number of GF pizzas a week. The crust isn't the tastiest ever but chicken-topped pizza done in a wood-fired oven? More than makes up for a mediocre crust. I'd give them 5 stars if they offered a GF pasta.