• Raglan Public House

    3 starsJune 07, 2015

    1851 Bacon Street, San Diego, CA 92107

    Ate at the bar. Bartender let me look at the Bloody Mary mix, and it contained wheat, and the admitted that they doctored it with beer. My draw was the Duck Foot beer was being sold there, but didn't see it on the tap menu. Bartender said it was already sold out. So I stuck to Julian cider. Still got cross contamination sick from my burger (tasty as it was). Could have been the spread, or grabbing a handful of potato chips after touching bread items. Overall, I would say it's not celiac friendly. Nothing on the menu was identified as gluten free (just gluten free bun for $1). The bonus was the bartender sold me the Udi's buns since I was complaining that I can't buy their buns in a store. They are individually wrapped, and sold to me at $1/each (their markup price for gluten-free bun on the menu). So it's cheaper than a 4-pack of Canyon Bakehouse.

  • Il Fornaio

    5 starsSeptember 24, 2012

    3790 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

    Regular menu says their pasta dishes can be substituted with GF pasta. Waitress confirmed the sauces were GF. Had an amazing dinner experience!

  • East Village Market

    1 starsMarch 29, 2012

    1155 Market St, San Diego, CA 92101

    Nothing that you don't find at other convenience stores. No GF sandwiches! :-(