This was a miss for us. There were quite a few gluten free options available. My wheat allergy son thought his meal didn’t taste good and didn’t eat much of it. The menu didn’t do a good job a specifying foods that gluten free so we had to ask (although the waitress was very good about answering questions and checking with the kitchen when she didn’t know). We picked this restaurant because it was suppose to be kid friendly, but I never saw any sort of play area and it didn’t seem much different than a regular restaurant (but I guess I just missed it somewhere?).
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much
Love the atmosphere at HUB. The gf pizza crust was delicious. GF beer and cider available. Sit in the large bar area with the adults or bring your kids to the restaurant side. Even has kid play areas and toys for the little ones.
I love Hopworks. Their fries are not gf though, there is no separate fryer. The pollo rojo is amazing on a gf bun with grilled chicken.
Gluten Free beer and cider are available but menu is confusing. Udi's buns are available but there are no markings to indicate which sandwiches are gf. the server was able to assist, but was difficult to order and I ended up with a salad. Hardest place to order thus far in Portland.
I love the atmosphere of being in a brewery - so I was so happy to be at a brewery that understand gluten-free! They have a GF pizza and GF buns for their sandwiches and burgers. I called the manager and they said that their pizza was more subject to cross contamination because it was more difficult to have a separate prep area away from flying gluten particles, but the bread for the sandwiches was made at a bakery down the street and not as likely to be contaminated. So, I went with the sandwich and I loved it! I had a wide variety of cider and beer choices (including Omission). This place is awesome, but make sure you get a staff member that understands the ins-and-outs of gluten-free. I did, and he made my dining experience much more comfortable.