Cody D.

About Me


My wife has Celiac, but I'm an awesome husband and eat the exact same as her.

Reviews


  • Uno Chicago Grill

    4 starsOctober 28, 2012

    300 Houston St, Fort Worth, TX 76102

    It's an ok pizza that is definitely safe to eat in a pinch (cooked and served on its own pan). The taste isn't the best, but when need food in downtown, this is a good option.

  • Freebirds

    5 starsOctober 28, 2012

    4000 Arlington Highlands Blvd. Ste 121, Arlington, Texas 76018

    This our quick go-to GF place. Burrito bowl with no corn tortilla if you are sensitive to cross contamination. They use the same gloves to grab the flour tortillas and corn, so don't get anything they touch with their hands (salad, etc...)

  • BoomerJack's

    2 starsOctober 28, 2012

    522 Lincoln Square, Arlington, TX 76011

    My wife had a GF hamburger and she got super sick. She is very sensitive to gluten and any cross contamination is bad news for her. We also forgot her gluten digest pills which can help with a small amount of cross contamination. Just a fair warning.

  • Charity's Gluten Free Treats

    5 starsOctober 28, 2012

    2304 W Park Row Dr, Arlington, TX 76013

    Love this place! The GF patty melt is my favorite! My wife has celiac and I eat 100% GF like her and the food here is very affordable and good on top of that. They also have cupcakes and cookies too!

  • Do-Rite Donuts

    5 starsOctober 11, 2012

    50 W. Randolph, Chicago, IL 60601

    Best GF donuts ever! I don't have to eat gluten free and these are awesome! My wife is super sensitive to gluten and had no problems.

  • Gino's East

    4 starsSeptember 22, 2012

    162 E Superior St, Chicago, IL 60611

    Very good pizza if you're staying in downtown. The crust is much better than most, but definitely not anywhere close to the awesome crust that Chicago's Pizza has (much further north though, but worth it).

  • Chicago's Pizza

    5 starsSeptember 22, 2012

    3114 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60657

    BEST. PIZZA. EVER. My wife has celiac disease and is super sensitive to cross contamination and she had no problems. When we eat out, she will take a gluten-aid enzyme pill just encase though, so keep that in mind. This tasted like REAL pizza. Seriously. If you visit Chicago, get a CTA pass and make a trip to get a pizza. We had baby sized stuffed pizza each and I was full. The pizza isn't terribly expensive either. We also tried Gino's East and it was ok, but this blew us away!