• Fogo de Chao

    5 starsMay 31, 2015

    1101 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004

    A manager will come to speak to you about the GF options, but it's almost unnecessary because everything but the obvious breads and 3/12 or so meats is gluten free. And did I mention the GF cheesy bread? It's pricey, but 100% worth every penny for the amazing selection!

  • Rosa Mexicano Restaurant

    5 starsMay 31, 2015

    575 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

    Celiac-friendly, with the holy grail of gluten free chips and salsa. A fairly extensive menu is available, and it's basically impossible to leave the restaurant without a full belly! Love the duck and the enchiladas.

  • Red Velvet Cupcakery

    5 starsMay 31, 2015

    501 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

    GF cupcakes are super moist and I could probably eat an entire bucket of the icing by itself. Delicious! :D

  • Merzi

    5 starsMay 31, 2015

    415 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

    Check the gluten free menu online ahead of time, but a vast majority of the ingredients are gluten free. We refer to this as "Indian Chipotle", with great taste and price to match. Perfect for lunch if you're in the city sightseeing.

  • Oyamel

    5 starsMay 31, 2015

    401 7th Street Northwest, Washington, D.C., DC 20004

    Separate gluten free menu was amazing, with great options including the most wonderful queso and enchiladas. Wait staff was very understanding as well, and understood cross-contamination. Definitely recommended!

  • Founding Farmers

    2 starsMay 31, 2015

    1924 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20006

    Very meh. There a gluten free "card", but half the things listed as safe were actually fried in a fryer with gluten items, and I was saved by our server. The options available are also rather boring in comparison with other GF options in the district. Was restricted to eggs and bacon, and had to pay extra to exclude the bread. Not worth the $40 I paid. :/

  • Lobster Pot

    4 starsJanuary 25, 2015

    321 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657

    Update: As of the summer of '14 they now have an awesome gf oat bread you can order their paninis on! And they checked the grill for me to protect against contamination. Great place got even better. 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.

  • Pei Wei

    5 starsJanuary 25, 2015

    15519 NW 67th Ave., Miami Lakes, FL 33014

    Discovering this place was a highlight of my trip to the area. The gf menu is small, but the options are items you'd rarely see elsewhere so it was quite the treat. They will cook your dish in a clean pan with soybean oil to prevent cross contamination.

  • Crave

    4 starsJanuary 25, 2015

    4250 Salzedo St, Miami, FL 33146

    Gluten free menu was available, although staff knowledge was lacking. The menu itself is kind of "meh". There are bunless burgers and some pasta dishes, but the pasta was not worth $18. Atmosphere is wonderful though, and the edamame was delicious!

  • Bombay Darbar

    5 starsJanuary 25, 2015

    3195 Commodore Plaza, Miami, FL 33133

    I have to second the rave review of the mango chicken curry. Absolutely delicious! The mango lassi and chicken wing appetizer are also great choices. The waiter did not know much about gluten free, but took my concerns seriously and consulted the chef about every detail. Felt very safe. Make sure you have reservations because the restaurant is very small and popular!

  • Jaguar Ceviche Spoon Bar and Latam Grill

    3 starsJanuary 25, 2015

    3067 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove, FL 33133

    Delicious food, but the wait staff has no training on gluten free and there is no separate menu. Each time we requested gluten free options it felt like we were taking a risk. Guacamole with plantains was good. I had the Peruvian-Chinese fried rice, but I'm still not 100% convinced it didn't have soy sauce like the waiter claimed. May be better for gluten intolerant, but Celiacs should probably avoid this place.

  • FUEL Pizza

    4 starsJune 20, 2014

    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.

  • The Korean House

    4 starsJune 20, 2014

    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!

  • Bang!

    5 starsJune 20, 2014

    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)

  • Tortilla Coast

    1 starsJune 12, 2014

    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...

  • Red Barn Pizza & More

    4 starsMarch 23, 2014

    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").

  • Karoo Restaurant

    5 starsMarch 23, 2014

    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.

  • Twisted Sister New York Pizza

    3 starsMarch 23, 2014

    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.

  • Karoo Kafe

    5 starsMarch 23, 2014

    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!

  • Sage Inn & Lounge

    5 starsMarch 22, 2014

    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!