929 Freeport Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Aladdins eatery has just recently changed their menus to indicate which items are gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, or contain nuts. Certain appetizers do usually come with pita on the side, but, they don't count the pita when determining when a dish is GF or not. In addition, their menu also lists out all the ingredients that go into each dish, which is nice.
1923 Murray Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Gluuteny is amazing. Their cookies and cupcakes are divine and I absolutely adore that they sell packaged mixes. I think the best part is that you don't even have to go to their store to purchase their products. They supply many other locations in Pittsburgh with their products for sale, such as Whole Foods, the East End Co-op, and even university campuses (there is a complete list on their website). When I see their logo, I know I'm getting delicious treats that won't aggravate my food allergies.
245 E. Waterfront Drive, Homestead, PA 15120
I am so thrilled that Eat'n Park is awesome about gluten allergies. As Roxanna mentioned, they take special care in preparing food for those with allergies separately and it is just as delicious as the non-GF food I remember having here in the past. And yes! The buns are awesome and you can buy them in house to bring home because they are made specifically for Eat'n Park. As soon as I ordered my burger with a GF bun and home fries instead of French fries, our waitress asked if I had an allergy and made a special note of it when I confirmed that I did have one. She took care in keeping my food separate from anything with gluten from the point it left the grill to the table. While my meal did come out well before my dining partner's, I appreciated the extra care that Eat'n Park takes in making sure that my meal will not only be delicious but the gluten-free meal I ordered.