• District Taco

    2 starsSeptember 13, 2013

    1309 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004

    Unfortunately both times I've been here, I've gotten sick. Make sure if you get tacos that you specify that you want gluten free, not just corn tortillas. They handle them differently. I'm not sure if I picked up cross contamination from the chips or what. However, well priced, and while the food isn't spectacular, it's good with a bit of salt, pepper and lime.

  • Sweetgreen

    5 starsSeptember 13, 2013

    1471 P St NW, Washington D.C., DC 20005

    Delicious salad options. Great salad dressings, all of which are made in house, and I've never encountered one that contains gluten (though their website and stores are generally clearly marked as to this). The champagne vinaigrette is fantastic!

  • Busboys and Poets

    5 starsSeptember 13, 2013

    1025 5th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

    Honestly the best gluten free pizza I have had. I get it every time I'm on town and have never had a problem with cross contamination. Their menu is very clearly marked and the staff generally knowledge, with the widest variety of options I've found in the city so far. I never feel like I have to worry when I eat there.

  • Pete's Apizza

    2 starsJanuary 11, 2013

    1400 Irving St NW #103, Washington, DC 20010

    The crust is seriously lacking in both taste and texture.

  • Busboys and Poets

    4 starsJanuary 10, 2013

    5331 Baltimore Ave #104, Hyattsville, MD 20781

    We had a bit of a problem with my salad coming out with bread, but they fixed a new one promptly. Also tried the gf meat pizza and it was probably the best gf crust I've had.