208 N. Market St., Dallas, TX 75202
Without hesitation or qualification, this is the best Chipotle I have visited anywhere ever. I believe one of the managers has a gluten sensitivity but all of their management is tremendously literate and accommodating. Be sure to tell them of your issue and they will wash their hands, change their gloves and one individual will walk your order through. Plus the staff here is friendly and fast.
5915 Forest Ln, Dallas, TX 75230
Fresh, healthy, delicious. Amazing staff and management. They understand gluten. Most of the ingredients are naturally gluten-free. What isn't is clearly labeled and segregated. In fact this location seems even better than the others on cross-contamination management. This is our "go to" place.
925 N Central Expy, Plano, TX 75075
Decent (and aside from gluten, I've always loved this place) but their menu clearly states that it's not for those with celiac disease.
3310 St Michael Dr, Texarkana, TX 75503
If you have a bad experience, please let someone know! :-) Our experience was bad but I am hopeful. Hostess was surly. Staff seemed uninformed. Manager said that they sometimes fry GF foods with floury foods. However I contacted the NFCA and CC'ed TaMolly's. I received a personal email from Bob Strate in which he vowed to correct the problem (which may not have been actual failure of kitchen protocol but the manager's ignorance of it) and I know that NFCA is following up with them. I got emails from two folks at the NFCA and a personal phone call from one of them. I have renewed faith in GREAT Kitchens. I'm willing to believe that our experience was just a bump in the road and look forward to giving them another try. The chips are all we ate (based on a server's assurance; FWIW, they tasted good and were light and crunchy. What we learned from the manager led us to believe that they were likely cross-contaminated. One of the things that Bob assured us is that two out of their five fryers are dedicated gluten-free and 20 feet from the others. My 3-star rating reflects hope more than the actual experience and balances our initial, substantial disappointment with impressive response from corporate. Time will tell.