Celaic for over 35 years.
761 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116
As the prior post said, they dont't have a gluten free menu, but are well versed. Sometimes they have gluten free pasta. I'm a local to Boston and this is my all time favorite seafood restaurant. not only do they know gluten free, they know how to cook fish! (not true with some of the other sea-food chains in Boston)
131 Clarendon Street, Boston, MA 02116
This is one of those places I really wanted to work out. I'm Celiac, have been for 30+ years, and when I called about gluten free they said they have some items that don't have gluten, but there's a high risk of cross contamination.
200 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA 02116
If you are a meat lover like I am, this is your place. Brazilian BBQ, where the sides are gluten free! They definitely know their stuff here!
83 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116
Yummm. (need I say more?)
137 Stuart Street, Boston, MA 02116
I wouldn't ever eat here. They have no clue about cross contamination. I tired twice, but no go.
1 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, MA 02109
On paper it seems like a great option for gluten free people. In reality, not so much. I went recently and was basically told I could eat rice. Not quite what I'm looking for when dining out. I'd say skip the place and go somewhere else. not worth it.
835 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611
This is located at the back of the food court in the Water Tower Mall -- the full restaurant has a gluten free menu. The food, delish. Wait staff seemed to really understand gluten free - made me feel confident and comfortable dining there.
435 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654
I was impressed when I first saw the menu online, how they noted that their fried foods are gluten free by ingredients, but share oil with gluten items. That is one of the biggest things these days. The food -- amazing! Can't say enough good things about this place! Though you should make a reservation on the weekends -- it gets busy!
130 East Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60601
The only gluten free option for pancakes this past weekend were the honey cakes. Very good, very sweet. I would have given them one more star if they added some berries to break it up. Very good though!
50 W. Randolph, Chicago, IL 60601
I've been Celiac for over 35 years, and these donuts are the BEST I've ever had. The gluten free maple bacon. Wow. Definitely worth a stop, though get there early, they sell out!