200 E 25th Ave, Gulf Shores, AL 36542
We stopped here on Easter Sunday afternoon around 3:30 as we got into town. We chose Lulu's because their cheeseburger was recommended on "Find Me Gluten Free." (One of my daughters has celiac disease.) While the cheeseburger was good, the atmosphere was so loud and imposing that the experience was miserable. When we stepped out of the car, I could plainly hear the lone singer/guitarist (who was indoors). The entertainer was mediocre, offering more volume than talent, though he wasn't awful. I wanted to leave then, but we were very hungry and opted for convenience over comfort. Sitting indoors was even worse. There was no place to escape the volume of the singer. Conversation was all but impossible. Thankfully, after about 20-30 minutes, the singer's shift ended. The food was pretty good. I had the fried shrimp Caesar salad. It was good, though not the best I've ever had. My daughter enjoyed her cheeseburger, though she didn't enjoy the setting. To Lulu's credit, I agree that the restaurant is "gluten-free friendly." Bottom line: if you enjoy having conversation during your meal, I'd recommend that you go somewhere else. The food itself is pretty good, but there are plenty of other great restaurants in Gulf Shores.
1912 Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette,LA 70508
My 13-year-old celiac daughter loves this place. I do, too. Interestingly, we love the filet mignon, even though fish is the main feature of the restaurant. In my opinion, it is every bit as good as that of Ruth's Chris. Exceptional quality, cooked to perfection, and for significantly less cost. The g-free desserts are outstanding. Highly recommend.
200 Bertrand Drive, Lafayette, LA 70506
EEIC offers g-free cupcakes, macaroons, cookies, and cakes in addition to Paleo items and standard wheat flour treats and cakes. The gluten-free cupcakes and macaroons are the best I've ever had. And, EEIC has a variety of favors that are constantly changing. They love suggestions of flavor ideas. Well worth the trip.