• Screamen Eagle / Matts Draft House

    4 starsAugust 22, 2014

    172 New York 28, Inlet, NY 13369

    Very casual indoor/outdoor restaurant and bar (50 beers on tap). Any of their gourmet pizzas can be made gluten free, or pick your own toppings. I had to specifically ask them to use precautions against cross contamination, but the woman at the counter taking our order noted it "on the slip". Pizza came out on foil and no gluten!! Delish! Food was a little slow coming out, and not all at once, but we didn't mind too much.

  • The Livingston County Pizza Co.

    5 starsJune 06, 2014

    212 Rochester St, Avon, NY 14414

    This had been our go-to gluten free restaurant/take out/bakery for about 3 years, and always feel safe (never been glutened). Great for the rest of the party, also, that is not gluten free. We love the g-free peanut butter pie! The "dream boat" is also to die for. Great pizza, but there is a full gluten free menu with burgers, paninis, pasta dishes, etc. Friendly staff that is knowledgeable about form safety. A gem off the beaten path!

  • Pirates Voyage

    2 starsApril 18, 2014

    8901 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

    Server can tell you what on set "feast" menu is gf- but daughter doesn't eat roasted chicken or pulled pork, so we brought our own food for her and I didn't ask. For desert she brought gf cookie on same tray as non- gf pastries that were flaking all over. I had her bring another, wrapped in saran, and it was yummy. Let them know you have food allergies and they won't mind if you bring outside food in. But then your paying close to $40 nor to eat their food. The show is really quite cool- acrobatics were awesome, and we enjoyed gf pre-show popcorn for the pirate sing along. It's worth it I'd you have kids.

  • Planet Hollywood

    1 starsApril 18, 2014

    2915 Hollywood Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

    Server not aware of what gluten free means. There is no gluten free menu, so we asked if he could give some suggestions from the menu for gluten free options. He said "Maybe the spaghetti without the meatballs? ". Seriously. He asked in tje kitchen about sides and apps, but he didnt sound confident about anything. We brought leftover pizza for my daughter, and ordered her white rice and a fruit smoothie. We went in knowing it wasn't going to be the best restaurant choice to accommodate her needs, but the kids insisted on it even though there is a Margaritaville across the street. At least there wasn't a wait for a table.

  • Food Lion

    5 starsApril 14, 2014

    1430 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

    I was thrilled to find a large gluten free section at this grocery store while on vacation in Myrtle Beach. I was looking for Van's waffles, and found several varieties, as well as Kinnickinnic frozen donuts, Udi's breads,... In other words, more than I can find in my local Wegmans in upstate NY! I saw several varieties of hard cider, too.

  • Drunken Jacks Restaurant & Lounge

    4 starsApril 14, 2014

    4031 U.S. 17, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

    There were many items on their gluten free menu, mostly really fresh seafood and steaks. There are lots of windows overlooking Murrell's Inlet Marsh with lots of wildlife to watch while you eat!

  • Cheeseburger in Paradise

    3 starsApril 14, 2014

    7211 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

    There is a sealed bin of silverware labeled as gluten free right by the server station when you walk in, but no separate gluten free menu. Server seemed knowledgeable and listed g free options on the menu. They do have gluten free buns and a dedicated fryer. We felt safe and my daughter did not get sick. Satisfied!

  • Sorge's Restaurant

    4 starsApril 21, 2013

    68 West Market Street, Corning, NY 14830

    Italian restaurant with separate gluten free menu. For my 5 year old, I didn't pay too much attention to entrees other than the penne dish you can choose from: marinara, primavera, oil and garlic, something with mushrooms, and/ or melted mozzarella cheese to top it. The marinara was delicious, and pasta was corn but tasted and looked like regular white pasta. Kids hot dog is not g- free, nor is the applesauce, and no dedicated fryer for fries. But we ordered the only g- free dessert, chocolate cake. It was probably defrosted to serve, but was pretty tasty. Excellent service, ressies recommended for Sat. nite due to high volume coming in for pasta buffet. We made them and we're seated immediately been though we were 15 minutes early. Delicious non-g-free meals too.