• Ma Mosa's

    5 starsApril 20, 2014

    118 NW E St, Grants Pass, OR 97526

    Fantastic service and great food! I love this place so much for breakfast or lunch. The menu has a good selection of gluten free foods and they are looking to add more. A lot of local produce and wonderful organic yumminess can be found here. It's small and does have some outdoor seating...but there can be a wait there. Although worth the wait!

  • Greenleaf Restaurant

    5 starsApril 20, 2014

    49 North Main Street, Ashland, OR 97520

    Wonderful food, great organic wonderful quality. They have a gluten free menu that's not printed up on's a real menu. I know that sounds funny but all the restaurants I've been to since being diagnosted with Celiac's, gives you a printed up on paper menu. Good selection of food and they have gluten free beer on the menu....fantastic!

  • Red Robin

    5 starsApril 20, 2014

    499 Medford Center, Medford, OR 97504

    Great place to go for anyone that has Celiacs or highly allergic. I almost found it a bit odd that they take better care of their allergy menus than other higher end restaurants. They have a fryer for gluten free fries so they don't get cross contaminated. The staff and managers are great...and take great care in ensuring your meal is safe. It's an easy go to place in Medford and highly recommend it.

  • Olive Garden

    4 starsApril 20, 2014


    Some of the staff is pretty good with gluten free questions and the menu they have...does have a little variety. It's a pretty good place to go and hoping they start offering things like soups on their menus. Pasta I had was pretty good and over all I haven't been sick once eating here.

  • Taprock Northwest Grill

    4 starsApril 20, 2014

    971 Southeast 6th Street, Grants Pass, OR 97526

    Good food and some gluten free options. Although they say on the menu they don't have an area in the kitchen to prepare gluten free food safely, so it can be cross contaminated easily. I'm only giving the restaurant 4 stars because I love the food but did end up getting sick and the waitress didn't know about gluten free at all. Which isn't the wait staff's fault at all. With the growing number of people allergic to gluten and not making it just a diet would think restaurants would want to target this market of people that really want to go out to eat and feel safe. So I would not recommend this place for those with Celiac's...since every time you get a little contaminated it can worsen our health and be dangerous. This is for gluten free dieters only.