4243 East 136th Avenue #312, Thornton, CO 80602
Owner very knowledgeable, understanding and accommodating. Definitely on the list for repeat business.
1005 W 120th Ave #250, Westminster, CO 80234
Persian/Mediterranean Food - shish kabobs, lamb, sirloin, everything is organic, grass-fed and TASTY! Only things that have gluten are desserts and flatbread. Staff is knowledgeable and very helpful.
123 W 27th St, Baltimore, MD 21218
Fantastic food and bar - Indian, Mexican, Italian and American dishes - all cooked to perfection. Everything on the menu is gluten free and much can easily become dairy free or vegan on request. This is one of my two favorite places to eat on the East Coast - places I'd gladly drive an hour and a half to enjoy. The restaurant and bar is also attached to a marvelous GF bakery of the same name.
127 W 27th St, Baltimore, MD 21218
GREAT food choices and COMPLETELY GF! Good pricing too.
1600 38th Street, Boulder, CO 80301
Good food. No GF menu but servers and kitchen staff are knowledgeable and most everything on the menu (except beer) is GF. Good GF buns for the burgers.
211 North Public Road, Lafayette, CO 80026
Calzones! the GF menu is extensive and the chef is obviously committed to making GF as tasty as not GF. Great, conscientious service.
6830 S University Blvd, Centennial, CO 80122
Great food, great choices, great music. great prices. A new favorite!
4120 Hwy 360 #101, Fort Worth, TX 76155
Good options, but no clear understanding of Gluten-free requirements. No GF menu. WiFi is password protected. Food was very good, as was service
8001 Hillsborough Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21043
Great food and specifically catered to people with food allergies. They're a little pricey, but you get what you pay for in peace of mind food that you don't normally get to eat. Great hot wings. Try the vegan bean burger. Two menus - one for gluten free and diary tolerant, and one for gluten free and diary free. Try them out - it's all tasty.
201 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202
My daughter and I are both celiacs, so we ordered the pizzas off of the gluten-free menu. The waiter wrote GLUTEN FREE in big letters on his notepad. The pizzas were tasty but were dusted with what looked like flour. Over the next couple of hours and then that night, it was clear that we both had consumed gluten. The only thing we'd eaten that day that could have had gluten was the pizzas at Uno. Uno did serve RedBridge beer (one of my favorites), so though I give them a celiac friendly vote of no, they are trying. I think the kitchen maybe isn't as committed to separating gluten from gluten-free products as it should be.
930 Lincoln Street, Denver, CO 80203
Great food choices and service. Great music.