77A W 85th St, New York, NY 10024
It's a tiny little store with all the same packaged gluten free food you'd find anywhere else. It's fine if you're in the area and want a bag of cookies but not worth making a trip for it.
270 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014
Breadsticks are great they have tons of gluten free options and beers and desserts! The risotto was not good though, very bland and just nothing to rave about. Ate there with three other people we all ordered different things and all felt te same way. Would go back to try the desserts
345 E 12th St, New York, NY 10009
Was really exciting having gluten-free Mac and cheese! I didn't know what it would be like so I went with the American option which is just Mac and cheese but there were a ton of really cool options. The top was great because the cheese was baked and it was crunchy and hot but the cheese didnt have much flavour. I'd say it wasnt bad at all it just didnt blow me away but ill definitely try it again. Staff was really knowledgeable about celiac disease they have posters on the walls about cross-contamination. Would recommend checking it out
49 Railroad St, Great Barrington, MA 01230
Great gluten-free English muffins. Go tere every morning for breakfast. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable and will cook your food in separate pans, they have a separate toaster and gluten-free beer
75 North St, Pittsfield, MA 01201
My favourite restaurant in the area! It's so nice to be able to eat Asian food without having to worry about sauces and cross-contamination. Staff is very knowledgeable and almost all of the entrees can be made gluten free without sacrificing flavour. The chicken rendang is so good.
6880 Rue Jean-Talon E, Montreal, QC H1S
Great gluten-free pasta, they even bring you dedicated gluten-free plates and cutlery. Possibly the best gluten free restaurant in Montreal. Also they have gluten free cinnamon bread with icing dipping that's delicious, it's sort if like dominos cinna stix
235 Russell Street, Hadley, Massachusetts 01035
Love this place! It looks like a trucker dive-bar from the outside but the inside is so cozy and well decorated. The staff is very knowledgeable and friendly and there's a gluten-free menu and signs everywhere. The pulled pork was really good, would definitely go back.
233 N Pleasant St #43, Amherst, MA 01002
The donuts are not really donuts they're more like muffins and they are WAY too sweet, they made me feel so sick. The worst part is that you go into the shop, see the delicious-looking regular donuts and then see the gluten free options which are not nearly as appealing. They all taste exactly the same except the icing (which is really gross) is different. The cinnamon one is the best if you want a sugary baked good but does not satisfy a donut craving. Also they're crazy expensive.
17399 Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami Beach, FL 33160
They have a gluten free menu but are completely nonchalante about cross-contamination. I ordered spinach and mushrooms off the gluten-free menu, got halfway through it and found some noodles in it. The manager was barely apologetic, brought me more mushrooms but establishments should not have gluten free menus if they aren't allergen-conscious. Don't trust the menu, ask to speak to a manager right off the bat and even then I would avoid eating here if you have celiac disease.
128 Metropolitan Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Place was completely empty but food was amazing. Got the salad special as an appetizer and I've never raved about a salad but it was SO good, really fresh ingredients and the gluten free pasta was amazing. Great service, nice to sit on the roof.