1939 Cornwall Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J
I got a day old vegan chia brea loaf for half price!
3385 Cambie Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada V5Z 2W6
This place is amazing! I also have an egg allergy in addition to Celiac, so I was so happy to find sourdough and croissants that I can actually eat! The bread is delicious and has that uniquely chewy sourdough crust.
3101 Newmarket St, Bellingham, WA 98226
The cowboy salad is pretty much the only option and it isn't that great. Plus, even after I told them I couldn't eat gluten, the salad came out with bread on the plate. The servers don't care much about accommodating food needs; just look at the yelp reviews. I was sick for days even though they "made me a new one." I had to go here for a business dinner, or I would never have chosen this place.
1300 Bay Street, Bellingham, WA 98225
The barbecue sauce is NOT GF. This was told to me after I had a bite of the wings dipped in sauce and I definitely felt it the next day. The wings are pretty dry without sauce, so I wouldn't recommend them, but the other options on the menu could be good. They also had Ace cider on tap, which I love.
1317 Commercial St, Bellingham, WA 98225
I love this place! The Mac and Cheese and Fish and Chips are fantastic. You can make any sandwich GF as well. I fully recommend getting a side of the basil aioli.
600 Cooper Point Rd., SW, Olympia, WA 98502
This place is awesome! Whenever I want to go out to eat, I try to find a red robin as my first choice. They do the best lettuce wraps I've ever had at any restaurant. They have a gluten free bun for extra, but I prefer the lettuce anyway. Make sure they give you gluten free fries for your table's refills.
4701 Point Fosdick Dr NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
I hated this place when I was a vegetarian and I still hate it now. I paid eleven dollars for a lettuce wrapped burger with a small bag of chips. It fell apart in my hands because they just gave me two flimsy pieces of romaine. I thought they wouldn't charge me extra for the gluten free option because I didn't get the bun but the cashier didn't understand this when I explained it to him. Might as well go to red robin because they have better food for cheaper and you can get fries.
210 W Pioneer, Puyallup, WA 98371
They had great gluten free options and you can even have any sandwich on gluten free bread. My only issue is that the sandwiches are tiny, but they're $8-$10. Good if you want to spend the money
5739 Littlerock Rd SW, Tumwater, WA 98512
It's a bit expensive, but great for those rare items you can't find anywhere else. They have some good beers too!
1530 Black Lake Blvd SW, Olympia, WA 98502
The bread I tried was really fluffy for gluten free! The one I got had been made a few days before and I sliced and froze it immediately. I'd recommend calling them to see when they're baking the bread so you can get it as fresh as possible. Tastes great!