1271 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10021
Udi's bread available, so they can make sandwiches and toast (and things like eggs that are naturally GF). My daughter ordered a hamburger on the GF toast. No dedicated fryer, but the waitress brought out a plate of pickles instead. Crowded and kind of noisy, but food was very good. A little expensive, but large portions. I wouldn't go out of my way to eat here, but a nice deli option if you're in the area. Daughter is fairly sensitive and no bad reactions.
350 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10016
Lots of GF choices, but frankly unimpressed with the food. GF daughter wanted pancakes ($10), which were good but not the best. And only syrup was packages of Kraft maple syrup with caramel coloring as a main ingredient. Sandwiches in general started at $15, were loaded with meat but not much else. My roast beef was so big I couldn't fit it in my mouth, but was topped with only a thin slice of Swiss cheese, one slice of tomato, and a piece of iceberg lettuce. No mustard available. No pickle, chips, cole slaw, or anything to garnish. It was my most expensive lunch in Manhattan during our entire trip, and my least favorite meal. Can't believe I walked 10 blocks to eat here.
124 4th Avenue, New York, NY 10003
Participating restaurant in the Gluten Intolerance Group. Super yummy, and love the concept that you can choose exactly how much pizza you want. Also lots of GF hard cider options (the pineapple cider is amazing). GF cookies and brownies available too.
3191 New York 22, Patterson, NY 12563
Wow! So yummy!! From a GF standpoint, my daughter said the pizza was very good. They also have GF pasta and can make any of the pasta dishes gluten free. I had a salad and the dressing was so good. Now from a regular diner's perspective, I was completely blown away by the bread. Husband said glutenous pizza was very good (not the best ever, but right up there). In case that helps anyone with a mixed group of GF and non-GF.
620 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10018
Separate menu available behind the counter to tell you what is gluten free. GF hamburger buns available, so all the burgers can be GF. They use a gluten free batter for their chicken fingers and fish&chips, as well as dedicated fryer for those things and their fries. Loved that my GF daughter's chicken fingers was the exact same as my non-GF daughter's chicken. The fish&chips were amazing - not soggy like some I've had. Some other GF items included fish tacos on corn tortillas.
2630 Gulf to Bay Blvd, Clearwater, FL 33759
Gluten free pizza available with many topping choices. Thin crust. Ours was a little overdone, but otherwise good. Rest of our party really enjoyed the non-GF pizza too. Creative topping options. GF hard cider available. Service could have been friendlier during our visit.
664 Main St, Dunedin, FL 34698
This is a local family-owned business, not fancy. Kitchen fully visible to all guests. They make their own bread, which is used for sandwiches and French toast. The French toast was delicious, but I could tell my 5-yr old would have preferred something less complex. Pancakes made from Bob's pancake mix. It was a huge relief to walk into a restaurant and not have to worry about cross-contamination or what you could/could not eat from menu. ENTIRE restaurant is GF.
13101 Seminole Blvd., Largo, CA 33778
I love Sweet Tomatoes, but as it is a buffet, you need to be careful. You can always get plenty of vegetables/salad, some type of bean or coleslaw salad, at least 1 soup is usually GF, plus baked and sweet potatoes. Occasionally they have GF muffins, but I am doubtful the staff changes gloves or uses dedicated equipment before handling, and I also don't trust the tongs that may have touched other muffins by other guests. Delicious and healthy offerings if you use caution.
18 Chestnut Sq, Cashiers, NC 28717
Gluten-free bread available, so any of their sandwiches can be made gluten-free. Just bread, no buns or wraps. Everything made in-house, except for kids chicken tenders and fries, so those are NOT GF. Fresh fruit available as a side. Very friendly staff, even volunteered to purée an apple so my daughter had a medium to take her medicine.