1606 K St NW, Washington, DC 20006
Great pizza, and the classic topping choices make it stand out. I had the bacon and bleu, which had a delicious and surprising amount of bacon and bleu cheese. If you're looking for more creative toppings I'd try Ella's or Pi Pizza down the street, but this is definitely a great place to sit outside and enjoy a slice or two.
221 Carlton Rd #8, Charlottesville, VA 22902
Excellent food, with a great understanding of gluten free. Just beware of the barley tea that is often served in Korean establishments!
213 2nd Street Southwest, Charlottesville, VA 22902
Don't be fooled by the single GF option on the online menu, their gluten free menu includes about 15 choices and they're all fantastic! The restaurant is careful about contamination and takes allergies seriously. Highly recommend the sesame tuna, sixty second steak, or any of the fabulous martinis. (Also recommend reservations Fri & Sat)
400 First Street Southeast, Washington, DC 20003
There's no longer a dedicated fryer, so the gluten free menu is really just a cash grab for the GF trend. Everything on the supposedly gluten free menu is fried in the ever so dangerous fryer and I got extremely sick after eating here. Eat here at your own risk...
4180 State Hwy, Eastham, MA 02642
Had a great hamburger pizza here. The staff was willing to change gloves and wash my pizza pan before cooking, but it was also during the slow off season, so be aware that it may be more of a risk for cross contamination during the summer. Delicious crust though! Very thick, with generous toppings. Costs a pretty penny though ($23 for a 12").
3 Main Street #32B, Eastham, MA 02642
As good as the old Kafe that used to grace the streets of P-Town. The vegetable pakoras are a must! They are GF deep fried goodness. The staff is also extremely understanding and takes allergies very seriously. They offer both a sit down option and to-go foods.
293 Commercial St Ste C3, Provincetown, MA 02657
$23 for a pizza was a bit expensive, although the crust is amazingly thick and tasty. I've tasted better, but it's still an excellent option for lunch and very filling.
321 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657
While the menu cautions against cross contamination, I can say I've eaten here dozens of times over the years without ever getting sick despite being super sensitive. I recommend a plainer dish to avoid contamination in the kitchen. The tuna sashimi is great, but I've gotten by with lobster salad plenty of times as well. Just be sure to talk with your server, or even a manager if you feel uncomfortable. Avoid the rush hours of 12-3, 5-7 during the summer if you want the best service because they do get swamped.
338 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657
If you haven't had their gf falafel, you haven't lived. In general though, this place has a great extensive menu for all tastes. The staff is always good about responding to Celiac requests, and there's gluten free beer to boot!
336 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657
Absolutely amazing! They have a dedicated menu during the summer season, and will adjust anything during the off season. Two thumbs up for the amazing drinks (in generous portions) as well as the fries (make sure they're pan fried, not in the cross contaminated fryer!). The staff is also really understanding. The chef's wife is a great waitress, and her close friend is a Celiac so she will absolutely double check anything for you. If you're not eating here, you're missing out on the GF P-Town experience!