235 Strawberry St, Harrisburg, PA 17101
Gluten free wraps available!
5125 Jonestown Rd #4b, Harrisburg, PA 17112
Okay Asian place with decent stirfry. Although I was told they didn't have a specific GF menu, they were able to make GF dishes. Except for the curry--I was told the sauce was already made (???) and they couldn't make it GF.
307 Market St, Harrisburg, PA 17101
Although there are gluten free options (they have a GF bun), there is not a GF menu and the wait staff are VERY poorly informed about GF options. I had a waitress tell me that their fries were gluten free because their "fryer was hot enough to kill the gluten." Ummm, no. I'm hoping the BBQ Sauce was actually GF...
2809 Concord Road, York, PA 17402
Awesome gluten free sub. Guy was very forthcoming about gluten free options. Gluten free 8 inch sub roll and meats are gluten free. It's so great to have a gluten free sub!
19437 Interstate 45, Shenandoah, TX 77385
Great Tex Mex with safe chips (not cross contaminated in fryer oil). Great queso and lots of corn tortilla options.
9300 Six Pines Drive #100A, The Woodlands, TX 77380
Excellent food with a knowledgable staff. The server and the kitchen staff easily provided me with info on "safe" sauces and were very accommodating to ensure my meal remained gluten free.
3604 East Market Street, York, PA 17402
Okay food with decent salad bar. Found the gluten free options on the website.
20806 Interstate 45, Spring, TX 77373
Excellent BBQ meats with spicy gluten free sauce. Potato salad is great, as is the creamed corn.
1739 SW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78227
Excellent food and lots of it. Getting the food once we ordered took awhile (but in all fairness, it was dinner on a Saturday night and they were busy). If we weren't from out of town, I'd go back here again and again.
White Marsh Mall, 8342 Honeygo Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21236
The food thing is that their GF menu has several options. The bad is that their food was meh--neither horrible nor fantastic. For Chinese food, it was expensive. Not on my top 10 list of favorite places, and I wouldn't go out of my way to eat here, but wouldn't completely avoid it either.
209 N 2nd St, Harrisburg, PA 17101
Good food at a good price. Doesn't have a dedicated GF menu but I've eaten there many times without getting sick. Get your burrito in a bowl and skip the flour tortillas.
2901 Concord Rd, York, PA 17402
Good tasting food, but lots of ways to trip you up with gluten food added--croutons automatically in the salads, etc. there are GF options, just be careful if you tend to automatically think certain foods should be safe. Don't think anything on the menu is actually labeled GF. (I don't remember.)
2801 Concord Road, York, PA 17402
Love this place! I always get their bowl option ( bypassing the flour tortilla) and it is good, filling food for a decent price.
2960 Whiteford Rd, York, PA 17402
Nice to have GF options for sandwiches, but the soups (including my favorite, tomato pepper jack) all have gluten! What's up with that? Why can't there been at least one GF soup option?
316 North 2nd Street, Harrisburg, PA
This was my first time at Arepa City. Honestly, my criteria for trying it was (1) it was within walking distance to my job in downtown Harrisburg and (2) they offered gluten-free options on their menu. (They also have a nice selection of vegetarian options as well.) Let me say, had I known how great the food was, I'd have ventured to Arepa City much sooner. What the heck is an Arepa, you may ask? Well, it's like a cross between a pita the size of your fist and a cornbread muffin, only about a billion times more delicious. These pita/muffin things are fried, then split in half and stuffed full (and I mean FULL) of deliciousness. (Check out their menu for a description of each. http://www.arepacity.com…) I had the Arepa Sliders Trio--a Picadillo, a Miliciosa, and a Jardinera. Excellent flavor (did I groan when I bit into the Miliciosa? I think I did a bit), amazing to eat and very messy. Do you eat it by picking it up like a sandwich? Or cutting into it with a knife and fork? Who cares? (I did a bit of both.) Just eat it! The vote on their food? Amazing. Now, for the service ('cause you know the taste of the food is only one part of dining experience). Service was fast and friendly and casual. No pomp and circumstance stuffy shirt here--the chef in the kitchen sings along to the Latino music playing, the server converses and laughs with you, and overall it's a great experience. The prices for the food were pretty comparable to a decent lunch in the city. (If you want cheap food, then drive through McD and get something off the dollar menu.) For the Arepas Trio and a Coke, it was under $11 (not counting tip, and if the service is good, I tend to tip well, and I did.) If you're looking for a hoity-toity place to eat, this isn't it. If you're looking for dirt cheap food, this probably isn't it either. If you want great service and decent and reasonable prices, with even better food, then Arepa City is well worth a visit. I'm already planning on what I'll order NEXT time I visit.