510 Markert Street, Lynnfield, MA 01940
Lots of GF options. Even wraps are pretty good. No dedicated fryer, but I've gone twice and asked and they've had no problem pan frying the sweet potato fries for me. Not bad for a bowling alley restaurant.
340 Market St, Lynnfield, Massachusetts 01940
I have the same complaints...why bother offer a GF menu if you're only going to state the obvious? How about a chicken sandwich without the sandwich...dry chicken breast for $17? No thanks. I've actually gone out there with a group and passed on their food. You're better off going next door to King's...a surprisingly good GF menu for a bowling alley. Lol
54 Haven St, Reading, MA 01867
I haven't been to this specific location, but have eaten at several of their Portland locations and they are very knowledgable and it tastes great!
119 South Main Street, Middleton, MA 01949
I loved it here. A bunch of GF menu items. My only hesitation and the reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that it's owned by the same restaurant group as Opus in Salem, where their menu is completely incorrect with items marked GF...so I would eat here with caution and ask lots of questions.
45 Enon St, Beverly, MA 01915
Lots of GF options. Manager always comes over to discuss your GFness and delivers your GF meal separately. Any pizza or pasta can be ordered GF
210 Andover St, Peabody, MA 01960
Love love love! My favorite GF restaurant. Very knowledgable. They take GF seriously. They change the GF menu and try to be creative with menu items...like we're real people! I heard the owner's wife is celiac. I wish it wasn't at the mall :/
294 Cabot St, Beverly, MA 01915
Knowledgable and lots of GF options.
189 Washington St, Salem, MA 01970
I used to eat/drink here all the time, and one day they came out with a GF menu...and that was the last time i will ever eat there. They have no idea what they're doing in terms of GF. Served me items from GF menu that were the regular version. I sat forever for the waitress to come back so I could question it while my friend ate her meal. The waitress was clueless, the manager came out, took the food away, put more in...it was a whole embarrassing ordeal. By the time my dry chicken breast sandwich came out my friend was done eating. They didn't offer to comp anything or do anything for us. Bottom line-if you truly have to be GF, don't eat here.
247 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970
I don't mind the chaotic atmosphere others have mentioned. It's all part of their charm. Bottom line is, in terms of GF, they get it, and there are lots of options. And I'm thankful
118 Washington St, Salem, MA 01970
I love this place. I've eaten here several times. Lots of GF options for pizza and beer.
87 Washington St, Salem, MA 01970
Be very careful when ordering GF. Ask a lot of questions. When I mentioned I was GF, the waitress assured me they "take it very seriously", however both items I questioned ordering, which were labeled GF were definitely not. The fries are not in a dedicated fryer, and the meal I wanted had cous cous. Wtf?!? It really bothers me too bc they are in the former space of the only place in the region that had dedicated prep space...RIP Greenland Cafe. If you eat here, you will most likely be glutened