• Betty's Pies

    1 starsJuly 23, 2015

    1633 Minnesota 61, Two Harbors, MN 55616

    Unfortunately, I had high hopes, but I can't review this place because on this day they had nothing gluten free. They said the bakers choose what they want to make in the morning, so I guess it's totally random if they have any at all. Call ahead to save yourself a trip!

  • Culver's

    5 starsMay 31, 2015

    20716 Cicero Ave, Matteson, IL 60443

    I knew that Culver's had a dedicated Grier for gluten free fries, but just recently I discovered they have a gluten free bun at this location! It comes in it's own sealed plastic bag, it costs $1 extra, and you have to assemble your sandwich yourself, but it's well worth it to have another local place where I can eat out.

  • Applebee's

    4 starsOctober 16, 2014

    125 S Randall Rd, Elgin, IL 60123

    I was in Elgin for a conference and the friendly servers were happy to get me an allergen list. I ordered the Bourbon Street chicken and shrimp and not only was it yummy, but the service was excellent!

  • Cuba Libre

    1 starsJune 28, 2014

    801 9th St NW Ste. A, District of Columbia 20001

    We came here thinking there should be many gf options because it was Cuban food. Well, the 4th person we talked to about the menu could finally tell me the actual gluten free options (instead of the thrice heard generic "stay away from anything fried or Asian because of the soy sauce"), which were only about 6! Since I don't like ceviche and I need something more than just salad, that took the options down to 3. Three choices at a tapas place where they recommend you get 3-4 items. They said they fry most things, so even the tortilla chips are cross contaminated. I am also hypoglycemic and by the time the waitress offered for us to talk to a manager, I needed to eat soon or pass out, so we walked a couple of blocks to Chipotle, where they actually know what they serve and I have many options! Skip this expensive place--There are many other options downtown!

  • Noodles & Company

    5 starsDecember 27, 2013

    1416 West McGalliard Road, Muncie, IN 47304

    So glad that I can have the buttered noodles I loved before I had to go gluten free! There is a $2 charge for the gf fusili noodles but I think it's worth it to have another gf option in Muncie when I am visiting my mom. Also, the Pad Thai is gf already with rice noodles (and delicious!), so no extra charge if that's what might be holding you back.

  • California Pizza Kitchen

    4 starsDecember 23, 2013

    11655 Ash Street, Leawood, KS 66211

    The first gf pepperoni pizza they brought us had burnt edges and looked pretty much indelible. They were quick to offer to cook another one and one of the chefs came out to talk with us. He baked the next one and it was incredible! This is one of the best gf crusts I've had!

  • Lone Star Steakhouse

    1 starsJuly 16, 2013

    4949 Cal Sag Rd, Crestwood, IL 60445

    I have tried this restaurant twice since I've been gluten free. The first experience was bad and the second (2 years later because I thought I'd give them one more chance) was worse! Their "gf menu" is a joke--They include dairy items such as sour cream, so they clearly don't understand what gluten really is. They recommend ordering all items with no spice or sauce so everything is dry and bland. My second time there, I specifically ordered everything the way their gf menu suggested and they brought out a regular plate with their gluten filled rice pilaf! NEVER again will I try this restaurant!