• Schnipper's Quality Kitchen

    5 starsJuly 21, 2015

    620 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10018

    Loved it! Even my non gluten free daughter proclaimed the gluten free fish and chips her favorite. My celiac daughter had chicken fingers and fries and loved it. I ordered a salad that was super yummy. Three of us, all happy, which I have to say is unusual with two teenage girls that can't agree on ANYTHING. Best of all was that it was reasonably priced. Dinner for three of us was $40, which is unheard of in NYC. We'll definitely be back!

  • Food Lion

    1 starsJune 19, 2015

    1430 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

    Don't go to this store for gluten free stuff. We went there and they had NOTHING. The (very nice) woman working there gave us directions to another Food Lion location that had a gluten free section, only about a five minute drive from this location. It definitely wasn't as big of a selection as our home grocery stores in PA, but we were able to find the g-free donuts that my daughter likes, which is what we were there for (breakfast). They also had g-free English muffins, chicken planks, breads, etc.

  • Red Robin

    2 starsNovember 11, 2014

    1678 Route 228, Cranberry Township, PA 16066

    We usually love Red Robin because it does so well with my daughter's gluten free diet. However, we went a few nights ago and after a few bites of her supposedly g-free fries, she realized there was seasoning salt on them, which is NOT gluten free. Management was very apologetic, but the damage was done. So as usual, even at restaurants that are usually very good, you have to be very careful.

  • The Melting Pot

    5 starsSeptember 13, 2014

    125 W Station Square Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

    Wow, what a great experience we had. My 11 year old daughter has celiac and has always loved the Melting Pot, but this time they outdid themselves. It's been about a year since we took her there (because it's not cheap), and they made a few changes that she was absolutely thrilled with. Three of us went, we asked for a table with two burners and a gluten free menu, and they were happy to oblige. When the first course came out (cheese), my daughter lit up. They now have g-free bread for her to dip in the cheese. Way to go! She was beyond excited. Then, at dessert, she got another surprise with g-free brownies to dip in the chocolate fondue. They made what was already a great g-free option even better. I just wish it was a little cheaper.

  • Alexander's Italian Bistro

    4 starsAugust 18, 2014

    5104 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

    They had a large g-free menu, the service was super quick and friendly, and it's a cute family owned Italian restaurant. However, my daughter did not like the marfredo sauce (a combination between marinara and Alfredo sauces). I tried it and it was pretty bland. Maybe she just picked the wrong thing? We'll probably try again and hope for a better sauce choice. There were probably eight different sauce options, so I'm sure she can find one she likes. I had the white clam sauce and it was yummy.

  • The Ball Joint

    5 starsAugust 02, 2014

    3410 4th Ave, Beaver Falls, PA 15010

    Loved it! We were in the area and decided to stop in since the ratings were so good and we were HUNGRY. We had just done a mud run and we're worried that we were a bit dirty, but no worries, we ate outside. The staff was super nice and offered advice. It's probably a 40 minute drive from home, but we'll be back!

  • Omni Bedford Springs Resort & Spa

    2 starsJuly 13, 2014

    2198 Sweet Root Rd, Bedford, PA 15522

    Not a great selection at the tavern. They did have g-free bread that they could substitute in sandwiches, but that's about it. The fries, the potato chips, even the tortilla chips for the nachos are house made and fried in the same oil as the fish. Salads are out unless you want oil and vinegar as NONE of the dressings are g-free. Places like this frustrate me. How difficult would it be to buy a few bottles of g-free dressings to offer with salads? How hard would it be to buy bags of tortilla chips and potato chips to substitute for g-free customers? A few small things like that would go a long way to changing my attitude from annoyed to pleased.

  • Jewel's Bakery & Cafe

    5 starsMay 30, 2014

    4041 East Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85018

    Love this place! We traveled here from Pittsburgh, PA and wish we had something like this at home. Loved the donuts, the quiche, the cupcakes, EVERYTHING. Even my very picky non g-free daughter, who generally refuses to eat anything g-free, loved it. Go there. Now.

  • Babycakes NYC

    5 starsFebruary 17, 2014

    Lake Buena Vista, FL 32821

    Wow! I'm not gluten free, but my daughter has celiac so we went there for her and they looked so good that I ordered a cupcake for myself. It was a French toast cupcake was good. I wish they had more locations throughout the country. My daughter always wants to visit when we're in Orlando or NYC, and now I know why.

  • Eat'n Park

    2 starsOctober 27, 2013

    2650 Brandt School Road, Wexford, PA 15090

    No gluten free desserts? Not even a scoop of ice cream. Disappointing for a restaurant that claims to be celiac friendly.

  • Noodles & Company

    2 starsJuly 25, 2013

    10638 Perry Highway, Wexford, PA 15090

    Questionable at best. They have so-called gluten free dishes, but they don't seem to have a clue about cross contamination. I won't risk it for my celiac daughter.

  • Naturally Soergel's

    5 starsJune 17, 2013

    2573 Brandt School Road, Wexford, PA 15090

    When my 10 year old daughter was diagnosed with celiac, I was overwhelmed. I am so lucky that I live only five minutes from Soergels, but I would travel a whole lot further if I had to. Everyone referred me to Whole Foods, which is great, but Soergels is WAY better. Naturally Soergels is a separate store, which makes it really easy to find all of the g-free items in one place, which saves time. Amy, the owner, also has celiac and does educational classes for g-free newbies. They get deliveries from several local g-free daughters (even the non celiac one) LOVE the pepperoni rolls. This place makes g-free really easy. They have just about every g-free food that is on the market.

  • Pies & Pints

    5 starsJune 15, 2013

    219 W Maple Ave, Fayetteville, WV 25840

    Awesome find! Driving thru WV on our way home from vacation, and needed a place for lunch. My 10 year old celiac daughter is super picky, which makes travel difficult. She LOVED this place, and us non g-free folks did too. She got the classic g-free pizza, with pepperoni, sausage and banana peppers. Will definitely come back the next time we're in this area.

  • Tabella

    5 starsJune 14, 2013

    3720 Hardy St, Hattiesburg, MS 39402

    My 10 year old has celiac and is very picky. This was one of the few places that has an extensive menu, so she had many choices. Instead of one or two items, they had two PAGES of g-free items. We were driving through Hattiesburg on our way from New Orleans, and will definitely be back if we're ever in this neck of the woods again. Excellent!

  • Muriel's

    4 starsJune 11, 2013

    801 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70116

    They had a great menu and were willing to substitute for my picky daughter. My only complaint is that they didn't have g-free bread. I don't generally expect g-free breads, but at a restaurant of this caliber, they should have had it.

  • Meals From The Heart

    4 starsJune 11, 2013

    1100 N Peters St, New Orleans, LA 70116

    We had a challenging time finding safe g-free restaurants in NOLA for my celiac daughter. We found this restaurant and loved that she could have traditional New Orleans gumbo, po'boys, crab cakes, etc. It's in a cool open market with lots of options for non g-free folks too. It's worth the walk!

  • Siba

    2 starsMay 25, 2013

    530 Northpointe Cir, Seven Fields, PA 16046

    Went with my 10 year old daughter, who has celiac, and the menu choices on the lunch menu for kids was either salad or pork chop. Not what we expected after seeing "kid friendly" in the description. We left without ordering, as I don't know of many kids that want salads or pork chops for lunch. I normally love Siba for their regular menu, disappointed in their g-free options.

  • Lilli And Loo

    5 starsFebruary 18, 2013

    792 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10065

    My nine year old has celiac and sometimes the gluten free menus are super limited. Not here! Many choices, all yummy. And very reasonably priced for NYC. Definitely recommend!

  • Tu-Lu's Gluten-Free Bakery

    4 starsFebruary 16, 2013

    338 E 11th St, New York, NY 10003

    Came for breakfast. We liked the bakery goods, but I can't say they were the best we ever had. Plus, no drink options other than coffee or water. The lunch menu looked yummy. Wish we had done lunch instead. We passed up Babycakes to come here and I'm not sure we made the right decision. Just okay in my book.

  • Via Roma

    5 starsJune 09, 2012

    2360 Lakewood Rd, Toms River, NJ 08755

    We were traveling in the area and found this little Italian restaurant on the g-free site. What a find! Not fancy, in a strip mall, but has an extensive g-free menu, including pastas, pizzas, sandwiches, etc. one of my daughters and I are g-free, my husband and other daughter are not. My daughter and I ordered a g-free pizza with sausage. It was good and plenty for the two of us with leftovers. My husband ordered the regular lasagna and LOVED it, my daughter ordered the regular Stromboli and loved it. So we had a very good meal and were glad we came.

  • Mandy's Pizza

    5 starsMarch 28, 2012

    512 Perry Hwy, West View, PA 15229

    Our go-to place for g-free pizza. Love it!