• George's Place

    5 starsJuly 12, 2014

    36 Gleneida Ave, Carmel, NY 10512

    Just ate at George's for my first time. I am moving up to Carmel from lower Westchester. Honestly they have one of the best and homemade gluten free breads. The waitress was so nice and reassuring about the items that were gluten free. I had both the regular and the cinnamon raisin bread. AWESOME. The cinnamon raisin was probably the best cinnamon raisin gf bread I have tried. I love the cozy "mom and pop" feel. It's not nice being forced to only go to corporate or chain restaurants where they don't care about their customers. At George's it seemed like they really care. The lady who makes the bread does it because of the customers and offered to make a loaf for me as well!! When I move up to Carmel this will be my #1 breakfast spot. And the prices are great, especially coming from Westchester where everything is ridiculously overpriced.

  • Alamo Drafthouse

    5 starsMarch 17, 2014

    2548 Central Park Ave, Yonkers, NY 10710

    I just went there (March 17, 2014). I was nervous about getting sick, but I asked the waitress (Gabbie I believe was her name), she was so nice and very understanding and accommodating. We ordered the French fries as an appetizer, I asked if they were fried in the same oil as other foods like wings, etc. she told me that she believed they were separate but she was going to have the kitchen fry my order in a completely separate fryer. I got the chicken Caesar salad and a salted caramel shake. Everything was beyond delicious. I didn't get sick at all. I know they also have gluten free pizzas as well and know others that have not gotten sick from eating them. I will try that next time. I hope this helps all of you celiacs!!

  • S&P Oyster Company

    2 starsMay 28, 2013

    1 Holmes St, Mystic, CT 06355

    Ok, so the food is awesome and so is the location. I went there 2 weeks ago with my family and I ordered off the gluten free menu. The food was so good, I had the scallops and a side of the pepper jack grits. Everything I ordered was off the gluten free menu, but at the end of the meal I started having those horrible stomach cramps that if you have celiac disease you know are indicating that you ate something you shouldn't have. By the time I got back to my hotel room I was running up to the room. This was probably the worst time I was glutened. The reaction was really bad, like I didn’t know if I would ever feel ok again bad. If you are severely allergic I would think twice or just keep reiterating it to the waiter/waitress. I think people that don’t know anyone with this disease think it’s just some new diet and don’t take it as serious as it really is.

  • By The Way Bakery

    5 starsMay 06, 2013

    574 Warburton Ave, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

    BTW Bakery is honestly the best bakery, not even gluten free. I go to them once a week now and they know me and my mom very well. Both of the women there are so friendly and helpful. We got cupcakes for my sister-in-laws baby shower and everyone could not believe that they were gluten free! This place is such a life saver, I missed cupcakes the most when I found out I had celiac, now I don’t have to feel like i am missing out on anything. They are so moist, and light. I really do not know how they can make such good pastries with no gluten and dairy free! You have got to check this place out!!!!!