44 Desjardin Road, Jeffersonville, VT 05464
The chef & waitress were very receptive to my needs and helpful. They had just run out of gluten free pasta, so the chef offered to prepare my seafood dish over something else and had made a list of my GF options. I opted to have my meal served over risotto and it was heavenly! Lots of Italian staples here. The "lounge" is a dank, dive-bar type space below the restaurant where we waited for our table. I'm sure it's very popular in the winter with the après-ski crowd. The restaurant upstairs has hummingbird and other bird feeders outside of the windows so you get a lovely view.
262 Shore Road, Ogunquit, ME 03907
Delicious breakfast in a beautiful old restored Colonial home. They indicate items that are or can be made gluten free. They charge $2 for gluten free bread products. Be advised: their corn muffins are not gluten free. I had an insanely good omelette with Maine crab meat, Brie, caramelized onions and hollandaise! Yum!!!
219 South St, Bernardston, MA 01337
Excellent food, drinks and service. Extremely accommodating to gluten free needs. Many menu items are available gluten free and are clearly marked. Menu items are local and seasonal. There is an exciting variety and rotation of menu items. I adore the scallops and I had the most decadent French Macaroons for desert once. Heaven.
36 Bridge St, Brattleboro, VT 05301
For gluten free food I give it three stars. They are sensitive to your needs, and are improving, but I did pay an arm-and-a-leg for a few bites of gluten free lobster Mac and cheese once. The portion was insanely tiny. Other options like salads and apps have been great. They have GF buns for burgers, and you'll have an easier time than I if you eat meat. 4 stars for the many gluten free beer and cider options! Rooftop deck with bar menu, or porch off the dining area with full menu. Gorgeous views of the Connecticut River.
41 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301
I live here some days. I see clients in the tea lounge and have spent hours here reading and catching up with friends. You'll find an extensive tea menu and some baked goods. There are often a few gluten free treats (cookies, cupcakes...) but don't come here expecting a meal. Lovely space.
73 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301
Gluten free pizza for a (steep) price, delicious salads and appetizers. Lovely cocktail menu. Nice vibes and outdoor seating in summertime.
113 Main Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301
Scant gluten free offerings, lots of contamination from bread products for Celiacs. Sandwiches, baked goods, etc. Occasionally snotty staff. I did, however, have a savvy girl at the counter point me toward a gluten free chocolate dipped almond horn one day that was pure bliss. That item alone was five-star, but other experiences drag it down for me. A friend purchased a gluten free wedding cake from them that made me sick. :(
2 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301
The deli is pretty good about labeling their selections. Some dishes are solid favorites that I will always love, and others get a little stale. Since moving to their new building, I've noticed less creativity from the chefs. Still a great place for a sit down or grab-and-go meal. Excellent salad bar and hot & cold foods. Some gluten free grocery as well, including pasta, pizza, bread, etc. for home cooking.
118 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301
Salads and maybe soups available. Lots of contamination from their many bread products. A nice place to use wifi to get some work done, or meet up with a group.