Traveling to Portland, OR next week for work. Any good Celiac friendly places I should make sure I visit?
jamie2549 Kyras bakery is in lake Oswego but such good cupcakes. 1 reply
lane144112 Gem Gluten Free Bakery is awesome
isabelle170020 I second the recommendation for Kyra’s Bake Shop if you are able to get down to Lake Oswego! My brother has eaten in Portland more often than I have and his recommendations for dedicated GF are Bang Bang (Thai cuisine) and Butterfly Belly Asian Cusine. I hope you have fun in Portland and get some tasty, safe GF food!
natalie54739 Definitely get to Kyra’s!
TravelGlutenFree Gem, Kyras, butterfly belly Asian cuisine (the are museum is right around the corner) if you look on the app you’ll find there are over 50 dedicated gf places to eat here in Portland
JoshRich I think Petunia’s is better than Kyra’s. Gem is great. If you want some of the best GF fish and chips anywhere, get to the Portland Fish Market on Woodstock Ave. salt and straw ice cream will scoop from fresh pints with clean scoops.
zach39474 Bierly in McMinnville if you have the time. Evasion also. 2 replies
matt74792 Thai peacock, hat yai, Portland fish market (fish and chips) are my favorites! +1 to gem for desserts
Jvisi New Cascadia! Amazing GF bread.
Carooosa Gem gluten free bakery, Tacovore Mexican cuisine, Hat Yai Thai, BangBang Thai, Kates Ice Cream
robin72937 Sinful Confections on Barbur Blvd in SW 🙌
m39848 Mole’ Mole’ on Alberta
MikeTheCanuck Mutantis and Ground Breaker are both amazing beers with dedicated GF eats - the latter has Salvi in house, the former has Honey Butter Country Fair and Tamale Boy literally next door.
leighdle New Cascadia’s donuts are incredible!
drleahs Groundbreaker Brewery! Dedicated GF brewery. They have pupusas and other food provided by SalviPDX. Portland Fish Market, New Cascadia, and Butterfly Belly are other favorites.
Julie146229 Bamboo Sushi-Green Machine Rolls! They are very careful with cross contamination.