Have to be GF.
639 J Street, San Diego, CA 92101
They are very gluten free knowledgable. Most items are gluten free. Sadly, the chips are prepared in oil that is used to fry non-gluten free items. The food is very good - a mix of California-Mexican and more traditional Mexican. My favorite is the Jicama Shrimp Tacos Frios. Very good fresh salsa - I always ask for extra. Addendum to my above rating: I am back in San Diego and couldn't wait to visit my favorite Mexican restaurant. The food is still very good. Jicama shrimp tacos, Spanish rice, beans, kale/cabbage salad, and Mexican style corn. All just as good as before.
551 J Street, San Diego, CA 92101
This is Greek style food. They do not have a GF menu, but can tell you what is GF. I had the fries - GF fryer! Good fries, too. Also had the falafel- very tasty. Served with tahini as well as a spicy sauce that was yummy- never had anything like it served with falafel before. Just visiting San Diego, but I will definitely go back next time I am here.
1139 W Pender St, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6E 2P4
What a treat! Besides being totally gluten free, they offer a variety of vegetarian, vegan, nut free, soy free, etc. If you eat meat, they serve organic. I had the Red Veg Curry bowl. It was tasty with just the right amount of spice. I also had their power greens salad and their protein boost salad. The salads were full of fresh greens, veggies, with edamame or peas for more protein. I liked them so much, I took a couple of salads back to my hotel to have for breakfast during the week.
12600 SW Crescent Ave, Beaverton, OR 97005
This is my favorite, local restaurant that does GF. They understand what GF means, and they are willing to tweak their recipes to make them GF for me. The last time I was here, I had the halibut dish with veggies and GF, yummie sauces. I go here every year for my birthday dinner.
601 Pacific Way, Gearhart, OR 97138
This restaurant is very GF savvy. They are very willing to tweak their offerings to make them GF. Not to mention their food is very tasty. I especially liked the halibut and the yam black bean chili. My husband likes all of the nonGF food that he has eaten here.
1 8th St, Astoria, OR 97103
They understood what GF meant. For example, they knew the ingredients for their fries were GF, but the preparation was not. I had their spiced pistachios and hummus with pickled veggies. Both were very good.
20 Basin St, Astoria, OR 97103
This continues to be my favorite place to eat in Astoria. Very good gluten free options. They really understand what GF means. My favorites this vacation: Hungarian mushroom dill soup, chili lime shrimp, Mayan salad, and GF French fries. They really understand what GF means. My idea of gastronomical GF heaven is eating here for the rest of my life.
1483 Duane St, Astoria, OR 97103
My husband especially likes this place for their beer and sausages. They do have gluten free options - I had the veggie burrito, but without the flour tortilla. It was very good, but not very healthy.
144 11th Street, Astoria, OR 97103
The Wet Dog was a favorite of my husband and me before I realized I had to go gluten free. They are currently revising their menu. I had a lovely glass of Pinot Gris and a vegetable wrap sandwich. They made it into a sandwich with gluten free bread. The sandwich was very tasty. I recommend this restaurant to anyone who needs to be GF.
165 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111
The gluten free bread was the yucky Wonder Bread type. Bread was soggy, lettuce was bad.