1302 Long Beach Boulevard, Ship Bottom, NJ 08008
Shared fryer, making most items marked "gluten free" on the menu unsafe. There is a cider on draft but Omission is the only "gluten free" beer. Waitress was knowledgeable, however, and suggested shrimp tacos, which were very good.
299 Marín Blvd, Jersey City, NJ 07302
Staff was knowledgeable about allergies and cross contamination. I'm very sensitive and felt 100% fine at the end of the meal. You have several safe options on the regular menu, pretty much anything that doesn't obviously contain bread. The steak and eggs were bangin.
110 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Got a burger with no bun. They assured no cross contamination but I had a reaction and still feel sick the morning after eating there. Food and service was good but I can't recommend this place for celiacs.
264 19th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30363
This is my nightmare. Celiac-friendly fried chicken, French fries, macaroni and cheese... If I was ever cured of celiac I may eat myself to death because of all the options. That almost happened at Chick-a-biddy. I haven't had real fried chicken in over ten years- since my diagnosis. I went a little crazy an felt pretty sick, but not because of gluten! They also had New Grist beer and a hard cider. Highly recommended, but take it slow.
800 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130
Wasn't sure about this place at first. Visited NOLA with my girlfriend and passed by Peché on the way to the Crazy Lobster. A friend had recommended Peché to her but we couldn't find any GF info on it. The food looked delicious and this was our fancy vacation dinner night so we decided to give it a try. The hostess confidently said they could accommodate celiac folks like myself. Our bartender/waitress was very knowledgeable and surprised us by handing me a gluten free menu when I mentioned the situation. The food was amazing and I had no reaction. A little pricey but worth it.
837 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
Good beer selection but DO NOT get a sandwich here if you have celiac. Zero consideration for cross-contamination.