1500 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
Great service and great food! My husband and I shared an amazing cinnamon roll and a delicious bacon/cheddar/chive scone, and we both ordered cappucinos; loved that we could get them with non-dairy milks! (He had hemp, I had almond.) We also tried the madeleines, which were wonderful. We bought fresh mini-loaves of bread to eat with lunch later, and they were absolutely fantastic. It's very much a hidden jewel, and well worth the trip. My husband and I chatted with the owners while we dined and they said they're currently in the process of adding more vegan options. If you're in Seattle, especially I you're visiting Pike Place, this place is a must!
1414 N Hamilton St, Spokane, WA 99202
Best GF pizza crust I've ever eaten! Server was very helpful, and menu options were clearly-labeled. Great food and a very good value. Geno's might become our new place o go when we visit Spokane!
2311 Second Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
Since we had not been there before, the server took the time to explain the menu options, and we were delighted to find an entire page of warm sides and an extensive list of rolls on a beautifully presented gluten free page in the standard menu. (They also have a vegetarian page). Our server made sure to express that almost any dishes could be modified for other specific allergen needs. (We ordered the rainbow roll without nuts due to my husband's allergy.) All ingredients are listed for each dish, gluten-free soy sauce is available, as is a great list of sake. Even though I was the only GF diner, the three of us selected a variety of rolls from the GF menu (which are also found on the standard menu) so the meal was completely safe. The sushi was great, and the service was very attentive. One of my dining companions declared Wasabi to be her new favorite sushi restaurant. We will definitely be back!
86 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101
Wonderful menu options, many of which are naturally gluten-free. I ordered the Dungeness Crab Omelet with roasted potatoes on the side, and it was, without a doubt, the best omelet I've ever eaten. The staff were knowledgeable and made wonderful menu suggestions. Also available are fresh juices (juiced to order) for $4-5. This was probably the most exciting part; they only do fruit and vegetable blends with NO wheatgrass, so I felt confident ordering juice for once! I ordered the Ravenna (carrot/apple/ginger) which paired perfectly with my omelet. The cafe has amazing non-GF dining options for your dining companions, and it's only a block away from Pike Place Market. It's a small and cozy place, but they do a great job seating you as soon as possible. I will be coming back here every time I possibly can.
1536 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA 98101
Two words: MONSTER COOKIE. I too was worried that it was too good to be true, but their GF monster cookie was huge and delicious and only $.75 more than the gluteny version. I will probably require a trip to Cinnamon Works each time I go to the market from now on.
1506 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
Ciders are available, though I did not see GF beer on the menu. The server brought me the gluten-free fact sheet which explained what dishes were already gluten-free, and how to modify many others specifically to make them GF. I appreciated the "insider indormation!" Our server was very helpful, and the food was very good. Lots of options, and ciders on tap! I'd definitely go back.
1111 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
The GF cupcake was huge and amazingly delicious...but not gluten-free, as I was sick immediately after eating it. I'm sure it's a cross-contamination situation. The server also was microseconds away from using the gluten tongs to grab it from the case before realizing the GF (specially marked) tongs are for GF cupcakes. Maybe if you're not super-sensitive, it's a chance you can take. Major bummer though.