433 Cleveland Street, Clearwater, FL 33755
Starbucks totally doesn't get gluten-free or No-GMO. If you are pregnant, it's safer to stop at a truck stop. The food selection would be better for your baby! At Christmas NONE of the three of their promo speciality drinks were gluten-free. Don't they realize they are alienating 40 million people in the US alone.
2890 West Bay Drive, Belleair Bluffs, FL 33770
I get along well on their Fajitas on two-for-one to on Wednesdays. But they don't have a GF menu, house salad can be ordered w/o croutons, but your waiter might forget. Not sure they have dedicated GF pans, etc.
2928 W Bay Dr, Belleair Bluffs, FL 33770
I loved the manager's honesty when I asked about gluten-free food. He said, "Are you kidding? This place is a bakery. Our air probably isn't even gluten-free." Panera Bread seems pretty clueless about where their market is going and what to do about it. I love their apple salad, but do get sick on them. Amazed that after going wheat-free, I can drink coffee all day without being tempted by the pastries.
9140 Rockville Road, Indianapolis IN 46234
Excellent salads! I don't worry about GF bread because like G bread it is often made from fake stuff. Real People Get Real Healthy Real Fast When They Eat REAL FOOD!
2059 Contra Costa Boulevard, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Good selections of GF are now marked on the menu including pancakes, crepes, and bread. I chose the naturally GF omelette, so can't verify if the food would have been delivered with the reassuring gluten-free confirmation, but the staff seemed GF knowledgable. Good experience with a large family group.
12071 Elm Creek Blvd., Maple Grove, MN 55369
I love PF Chang's and I'm not a picky eater, but have noticed complaints about the limited GF menu. Welcome to the Midwest!
311 Gulf Blvd, Indian Rocks Beach, FL 33785
Roaster pepper soup is GF and a good lunch choice. Wish they had GF wraps.
12650 Elm Creek Blvd., Maple Grove, MN
This is a FUN restaurant. They do have a gluten-free menu, but the selections are limited and do not include any pasta selections, whereas most high end Italian restaurants now do. Their basic large family style of serving sizes make it difficult to meet the needs one individual in a group. Plus the server did not confirm that entree requested to be prepared gluten-free had been, which is always reassuring.