Even though I tend to be fairly introverted, I'd like to think I'm still friendly and welcoming to people. Despite my quietness and my appearance of a loner I tend to bequite an adventurous go getter. Food is a fun thing for me, so I was deeply troubled when I was diagnosed with celiac.
8591 Sancus Blvd, Columbus, OH 43240
I was so excited when I found this place! They don't have an enormous gf menu or anything, but it's nothing to sneeze at either! Everything here is top notch. And the mochi ice cream is to die for! Just make sure you bring your own soy sauce, which I'm sure by now has become a habit for many of you :)
363 South State Street, Columbus, OH 43081
Pizza is pretty good, actually. But you can only get veggies on it, which I don't like since I'm pretty big on meat, and they can't give you a personal pizza. I am tiny so this benefits me in no way. I can save pizza, sure, but 2 day old gluten free pizza doesn't appeal to me, and neither does wasting food. Oh, in case you were wondering, Donatos is apparently working with Udi's for their gf pizza.
1414 Polaris Parkway, Columbus, OH 43240
The menu was small. Very, very small. I was sad because I really liked that restaurant before I found out I had celiac... The balsamic chicken was very good even though I wasn't in the mood for that, or the other few things on the menu for that matter. But the gluten free pizookie (I think that's how it's spelled?) was very mediocre. I'll just get the ice cream next time. I'll give them this, though: they are careful about how they cook things and do try to meet your needs.