• Ghostfish Brewery

    5 starsFebruary 06, 2015

    2942 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134

    Fantastic beer! Better than any I have tasted. They also have pizza you can order from SODO pizza.

  • Portage Bay

    2 starsDecember 29, 2014

    391 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

    I immediately felt sick a few minutes after my first bite which never happens. I had pancakes. Maybe I should have had an egg dish or something without spreads and sauces.

  • Panne Rizo Bakery

    4 starsJuly 21, 2014

    1939 Cornwall Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J

    I got a day old vegan chia brea loaf for half price!

  • Lemonade Gluten Free Bakery

    5 starsJuly 21, 2014

    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.

  • Scotty Brown's

    1 starsJune 01, 2014

    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.

  • Bayou On Bay

    2 starsMay 25, 2014

    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.

  • Brandywine Kitchen

    5 starsJune 15, 2013

    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.

  • Red Robin

    5 starsSeptember 10, 2012

    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.

  • The Blazing Onion Burger Company

    1 starsJuly 18, 2012

    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.

  • Comfort Food Cafe

    4 starsJune 13, 2012

    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

  • G.F. Joe's Market

    4 starsJune 08, 2012

    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!

  • Great Harvest Bread Co

    5 starsJune 08, 2012

    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!