Francine Kleinpaste



  • GC Kitchen

    1 starsMarch 22, 2015

    780 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43215

    It looks like there is now a bar there called The Pint House :-(

  • Gus's Cafe

    5 starsJanuary 31, 2015

    4717 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15201

    My absolute favorite GF place in the city. Tempura pickles are incredible, but they have awesome GF specials everyday.

  • The Melting Pot

    1 starsMarch 22, 2014

    125 W Station Square Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

    Absolutely horrible experience. I CANNOT believe this restaurant is GIG trained and approved. Yes, they give you a gluten free menu. This means ABSOLUTELY nothing when other people in your party are dipping into the same fondue pots with non GF foods. We spent over $100 for a meal for 2. First course, 2 cheese fondue pots brought to the table, both GF. Within seconds bread was being dipped into them by others at the table. They had no gluten free bread, but it wouldn't have mattered anyway. There was wheat in both fondue pots within seconds. The meat round. They bring you meats to cook in shared pots on the table, which again are gluten free. They bring you a gluten free plate of meats. All wonderful, EXCEPT, others at the table are dipping teriyaki and other gluten covered items into these pots. I skipped the cheese round, but how am I supposed to eat my meat? I was glutened by the meat round. You can't separate out a cooking pot when there are 6 people at a table sticking skewers from one into the other with wheat products. I was able to separate the dessert fondue into bowls, after everyone knew I was ticked and they should let me get some before they stuck wheat things into these. But by the time dessert was there, I was already glutened. AT home in pain from a very expensive meal I wasn't able to eat much of, which still made me sick. NO WAY is this place celiac friendly. GIG needs to research the way this place works because there will be lawsuits if this continues.