Paris Resort & Casino, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Loved it. The GF bread was the best I've ever had, and the scallops were melt-in-your-mouth wonderful. The creme brulee and jumbo shrimp were also amazing. The only (minor) disappointment was the GF French onion soup. There was too much of the GF bread chunks and not enough onions, but it was still very good.
3930 Las Vegas Blvd S (The Shoppes at Mandalay Place), Las Vegas, NV 89119
The menu is a little unclear. There are notices that they carry gluten-free crust and 2 different kinds of GF pasta, but the server was not at all knowledge as to what kind of toppings I could safely eat. He didn't know if the buffalo sauce or ranch were GF, and had no idea that the whiskey sour cream was a big no-no. I played it safe with a pizza whose ingredients appeared to be likely GF, and I did fine. The chicken on the BBQ pizza was bland by itself and there wasn't enough pineapple on the Hawaii 5-0, but the GF crust was good, the pizza was overall quite good, and it was a satisfying meal.
6435 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89118
The food was excellent. Just plain wonderful-hot, fresh and perfectly prepared. The coffee was some of the best I've had in a while. However, we waited at least 10 minutes for service. Once the waitress got here, the service was efficient. I will be coming back.
7835 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89113
Just plain awesome. Thank you, Joe! Not only was the food fresh and fabulous, the guys were great and gave me lots of other ideas for places to go. Can't recommend it enough.
145 East Main Street, Purcellville, VA 20132
This is the first real burger I've been able to eat in a long, long time. It was excellent, and the sweet potato chips were also wonderful. Thank you, Market Burger!
45980 Waterview Plaza, Sterling, VA 20166
I've never had a bad meal here, and I've never gotten sick. In addition to their regular GF menu, many of the specials are GF, and some can be made GF if you ask. Staff seems knowledgeable and always friendly and helpful.
21031 Tripleseven Rd., Sterling, VA 20165
I eat here probably twice a month (maybe more often) and have never had a problem. The individual staff members may not have specific GF education, but the reality is that almost all of the products running through all Chipotles are GF. The notable exception is their soft, flour tortillas. They also note in their online information that the corn salsa should be avoided by individuals with severe reactivity as it may be cross-contaminated. It's great that Chipotle as an organization did their homework and is so forward with information! The biggest reason I don't eat here more often is the wait at lunchtime can be unbelievable. Overall, I still love it.
21800 Towncenter Plaza, Sterling, VA 20164
The service here is variable, but more often than not, leaves a lot to be desired. They are supposed to have gluten-free buns, but this location does not carry them and the menu clearly says ask for everything without bread. I have had several things off the GF menu that have gone well and others that have not. I suspect it's a lack of education and consistency in training leading to cross-contamination. Still, it's nice to have a place to hang out with the guys and watch the game.
198 North 21st Street, Purcellville, VA 20132
I have never been disappointed by Mags. I love the tomato soup and very often the specials are either gluten-free or can be made gluten-free. Food is always fresh and locally-sourced whenever possible, recipes are creative and the service is excellent. One of my favorite restaurants in the area, owned by the same folks that have Fireworks pizza and Tuscarora mill in Leesburg, all great places.
201 Harrison St SE, Leesburg, VA 20175
I love this place. All of the ingredients are fresh and locally sourced whenever possible and the pizzas are creative. I like the GF crust they make. It's less fluffy than the regular version, but still has good flavor. Service is always good and they always have GF adult beverages available.
1674 E Buena Vista Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32821
The lemon cupcake was just wonderful, and the cookie crunch donuts were also very good, especially the chocolate one. The brownie cupcake was dry and hard and the red velvet wasn't "red velvety enough". It's also nearly impossible to find the shop, wedged between Lego land and the dinosaur place, and $3.75/cupcake or donut is a lot, but there's something to be said about a bakery that's "safe".
5320 W Irlo Bronson Hwy., Kissimmee, FL 34746
I had GF pasta and soup without any issues. It's nice to go somewhere that they have more than just one or two options, and really nice not to have to pay a fortune to keep from getting sick! Very affordable and quite tasty. The only detractor would have been what seemed like an awfully long wait for a small meal in an empty restaurant, but we weren't in a hurry.
1703 East Franklin Street, Richmond, VA 23223
Absolutely amazing. The al hambre was wonderful, staff very helpful and knowledgeable and I could eat EVERYTHING! The best food I've had in a long, long time.
8805 A1A S, St Augustine, FL 32080
The (mostly) crab cakes were really good. I mean, lick-your-plate-clean-and-ask-for-more kind of good. This was the first time I've been able to try a GF crab cake, and I have really been missing them! The pizza was also pretty good, although the pepperoni wasn't as flavorful as I had hoped and I have had better GF pizza crust, although this wasn't bad. The tuna steak was also wonderful and to be honest, these were some of the best fries I've ever had. The portions are generous, food is fresh and server very helpful. I was disappointed that they only had the marbled cheesecake as a GF dessert option. Cheesecake isn't my favorite and I had heard such good things about their dessert, I was really looking forward to it. Regardless, I will be coming back the next time.
82 San Marco Avenue, St. Augustine, FL 32084
I stopped here for a friend and was pleasantly surprised that there were a few gluten-free cupcakes and macaroons as well. It turns out the woman working (who I think may be the owner possibly) has celiac disease. The cupcakes have a disclaimer that say that while entirely gluten-free ingredients were used, it is prepared in a kitchen making 'normal' stuff so cross-contamination is possible, although they try very hard to avoid it. The chocolate-peanut butter cupcake was amazing--fluffy and moist and just plain sinful. As an added bonus, I didn't get sick. I highly recommend stopping here. One slight negative is a limited selection, but at least you know they are fresh and fabulous.
7600 Doctor Phillips Boulevard #4, Orlando, FL 32819
The lamb loin was excellent, as were the lemon potatoes. The wait staff wanted to be helpful, but neither she nor the cooks were entirely sure what might contain gluten, and one helpful gent kept bringing out pitas for me at every course. There also weren't any dessert options that we could be sure that were safe. Even so, it was a great meal. I would stick with things unlikely to be problematic, like eating cucumber slices with hummus, any of the roasted meat dishes, and the toasted potatoes instead of the rice, which is made with yellow rice and may or may not be safe.
6000 West Osceola Parkway, Kissimmee, FL 34746
I'll here for a conference and was very concerned I would have trouble finding acceptable food. They do, in fact, offer a gluten-free alternative, but you have to ask. They have a salad option every day, and thankfully have had 1 hot option the last 2 days. Nothing spectacular, just chicken and rice noodles or chicken and rice, but edible. I appreciate the effort they are making.
8735 Vineland Avenue, Orlando, FL 32821
The manager was very helpful and seemed knowledgeable, but there were painfully few selections. The rice bowls at this location aren't even edible because they use a gluten-containing yellow rice. He did not suggest anything fried as they do not have a separate fryer and cannot prevent cross-contamination. He did say that most other locations still use basmati rice, which more than doubles the available selections. The chicken with cilantro crema was well-prepared and flavorful (albeit salty) and didn't cause any gut problems.
2901 Parkway Boulevard A1, Kissimmee, FL 34747
Great service, excellent food. Staff is happily able and willing to alter food so it is more gluten-friendly. There is no gluten-free fryer or prep area so cross contamination is possible, altho they try to avoid it. This is the only reason I gave it 4 stars.