2544 Federal Boulevard, Denver, CO 80211
celiac friendly because almost everything can be made GF, but I don't know what sort of kitchen practices they have that prevent cc. I know they have separate fryers, but celiac friendly to means the servers can go above and beyond describing the precautions they take. My server seemed reluctant to do that. Based on other reviews, I am still about to eat a guacamole burger on a gluten free bun and french fries from a dedicated fryer.
50 West Jefferson Street #120, Phoenix, AZ 85003
Everything is gluten free. The business model seems to focus on healthy unprocessed food, which happens to be gluten free. They have "bowls," which are the grain variety, "greens," which are the salad variety. They also have breakfasts and smoothies. Since they are relatively new, they need to help people who are new to their store navigate the menu. It can be a bit confusing. You order at the register, and then they call your name when it's ready. Very good food. I will be going back.
4041 East Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85018
I had the Pablano Burger for lunch. So good. I will definitely be back, even if I have to go out of my way. I took to go a pecan pie bar and chocolate scone - both delish! So glad it is a dedicated facility. The chef came out and asked me how my meal was, and Julie was around as well. overall great vibe and high marks for customer service!
5235 East Southern Avenue #107, Mesa, AZ 85206
both my kiddo and I ate here for the first time today, and we loved it. very celiac friendly! we had bagel with cream cheese and a side of bacon, and a meatball sub with a side of potatoes. food was great! they do have gluten food too, so it's perfect for the mixed family of GF and non GF eaters!
9053 E Baseline Rd, Mesa, AZ 85209
I second the decline in service. last time we were very clear about our GF needs. the waiter brought to our table beer battered french fries. ugh. we used to have success here, but not so much anymore. bummer. I like to support local, too.
Location Varies, Phoenix, AZ
This place opened up a brick and mortar place in Sept 2013 less than a mile from where I work. I contacted them about their GF pizza, and they were clear to me that they would not recommend eating there if you are Celiac because they make their own pizza dough everyday in the same facility and there is no separation from GF to regular. I was grateful for their honesty. I never tried them. I may contact them again in a few months to see if their kitchen practices change. 1 star for their Celiac friendly options, 5 stars for their honesty.
227 S Smith Rd, Tempe, AZ 85281
*UPDATED* They recently added more GF options like GF garlic bread, sandwiches, and some other items. almost positive they get their GF items from Gluten Free Creations Bakery. so good, and with the expanded menu, I am increasing the rating to 5 stars! they have fabulous service every time I go here. tho, I tend to like gourmet Picazzo's pizza better! this place uses the gf crust from Gluten Free Creations Bakery, which all the locals know is very reputable! they do cook in a shared oven, but when I inquired-they told me they would take extra precautions and baked mine on foil. My mom gets the GF pizza even though she doesn't eat GF. Very crispy crust.
5800 East 2nd Street, Long Beach, CA 90803
vacationing nearby and I was very impressed with the whole experience. they have the menu well marked GF and even Caesin Free too. so, I was happy to feel so comfortable ordering BBQ ribs and not worrying about x-contamination. I didn't know they would bring out GF cornbread too! They have a dedicated fryer for french fries (yay!). was happy that I could eat at ease. lots of options for a safe GF meal.
3052 North 16th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85016
seriously the best pita bread out there. I have had it twice, and I know other celiac that have eaten here with no problems. I admit I have not been here in a while because when you buy their pitas by the dozen they package them in a bag that has the ingredients of their regular pitas - only they cross it out and write "GF" on it. There is a small language barrier, so I was not comfortable going there a lot. BUT, I heard recently from a friend that they have the correct labels now, and they have a family member with celiac. chances are there has never been anything to worry about. I was been cautious. I think it's time to return!
315 S Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA 92024
they have GF pizza crusts (2 sizes) and GF pasta. NONE of the other ingredients or menu items are labeled GF. I asked my waiter what pizza toppings are GF and he did not know. I asked for the manager, but my waiter said the manager would not know either. my waiter was able to help enough with labels that I felt OK trying the pizza, but if I was not in a pinch and feeling very pressured by other in my party to 'just find something', I would have walked out or not eaten there. Not going back, and I would NOT recommend this place for Celiac's.
204 N El Camino Real, Suite H, Encinitas, CA 92024
can't beat a dedicated facility. they live up to their name and are really friendly and helpful. breakfast, lunch, whole loaves of bread! I am in this area for only a few days, but I Will make this stop again! so far we have had the french toast and breakfast panini. both were wonderful.
7012 East Hampton Avenue #104, Mesa, AZ 85208
this rating is specific towards the GF food. A pizza place that does it RIGHT to avoid xcontamination. Pizza is packaged and baked inside the package. it is also brought to the table still in the package. That was the great part. The pizza was not great, but was not terrible either. seemed to me it could have been baked longer, too. its plain cheese pizza, good crust, and plenty of sauce. It is a great option for kids and where a family can be together for a great time. oh, I am pretty sure they have a GF cupcake, but we did not try that.
521 W McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85003
I work around the corner from this location, and tho it's very near Downtown Phx, I know of very few options for GF lunch nearby. That said, Zoe's and Chipotle are my typical lunch choices. Besides salads, the have a hummus plate, chicken kabobs, and my fav is the protein power plate. I feel pretty safe eating here and have never been x-contaminated.
6622 E. Superstition Springs Blvd., Mesa, AZ 85206
I hesitated to try this place, but admittedly this app and the other reviews convinced me. I went on a busy Friday night, so very crowded, but service was still very good. I had their pizza and definitely enjoyed it. we also got the pazookie. loved all of it.
7607 E McDowell Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85257
there is a long history with this business, so they know their GF community very well. The owner (Lynn) is very involved in the local GF community. they offer endless options including dairy free, vegan, etc. My favorite part is their community events at their Cafe. my child and I participated in their Halloween cupcake decorating event. so fun. a must try locale for everyone!
2837 N Power Rd, Mesa, AZ 85215
great food and great atmosphere for adults. the food selection is unique for any restaurant, really. some ingredients in their food are things I don't buy or shop for, so I liked that. not a kid friendly place. it feels very snooty so with my toddler and the intimate environment they have, I would rather leave the kid home. I did not get an overwhelming feeling that they have consistent GF training or knowledge, so as a celiac, I feel very cautious. That said, I have only been there twice, and I would like to try them more.
1291 San Felipe Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87505
100% GF bakery. available breakfasts and lunches. you can also purchase baked goods to go. I got a variety of stuff. I tried the egg tart, pesto tart, vegan oat bar, and their turkey pesto sandwich. impressed with the variety they offer for being a small bakery. I recommend this to everyone and I definitely plan to go back- given the chance.
10392 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85253
L.O.V.E this place. they need more locations. its not your average burger, its way better. even have kobe beef. the gluten free bun does not seem gluten free. its thick, spongy, and soft. gluten free options for kids too. so many toppings to pick from, so your creation will be unique and just how you like it. definitely a must try!!
2631 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004
I would have never tried this place, except I now work less than a mile away (and I found it using this app). the food is really good and they have about 3 or 4 gf options for me. I can't have shellfish or there might be more options. for food i give 4 stars. service is sssslllllllloooooooooowwwwwww. for that only 2 stars...average 3 stars.
7147 E Rancho Vista Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
"Where you're not the freak at the table" - their slogan sums it up well. so many options! heavily involved in the gluten free community and center their business theme around healthy living! They often have or host public events (i have yet to attend one). I would say their prices are reasonable, but I couldn't afford to go there all the time - even if I were closer. I go there every chance I get. They could get more friendly wait staff. Its not bad service, just not the personable experience I would expect considering their demographic and targeted audience.
4700 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ 85016
For a gluten free deli option- us folks have limited options (obviously), but this place doesn't disappoint. They recently added a gluten free pita pocket to their menu. Meaning you don't have to just get a typical sandwich. It was wonderful, and despite their reassurances I worry I was fooled. (i will update my review accordingly). They have GF soups, chilli and desserts, too. I recommend their chicken salad on a GF pita. it has silvered almonds, pineapple (very little) and lots of yummy good stuff. other sides of fresh fruit and salads too. give it a try.