Eat

Breakfast:

We ate Gluten Free at Breakfast on Broadway. I recommend skipping the gluten free johnny cakes (they were gummy and we couldn’t even get them down) and their pancakes. Their food is decent. It’s wonderful to go to a diner and eat food! They also have gluten free Egg Benedict’s on the menu – the Benedict’s are placed on a bed of hash browns!

Don’t hit the Snooze! You want to make it out this morning to try this restaurant! They sell fluffy gluten free pancakes. Yes – you read that right! Fluffy!!!! Buy a small order of pancakes, sausage links and coffee and you can be out of there at exactly $10. I have had the chocolate chip pancakes (yum, yum, yum) and blueberry (they were gummy, uncooked and terrible. There is no other word. Lucky us, we went back to try them again and didn’t give up the first time we tried them.) They all have gluten free Benedicts. Great place, hip, wonderful vibe.

City O’ City is a great place to grab a gluten free and/or gluten AND dairy free pastry and coffee. Hip, great vibe right next to the best hair place evah! If I were young and hip I would have coffee here every day and get my glam on at Moxie every month. Alas. I am now old.

La Belle Rosette is a great little coffee house. Great coffee and drinks as well as some wonderful gluten free desserts. Great atmosphere.

Udi’s is a great local bakery that has a few local restaurants. Their prices are great – We can order 2 sandwiches and coffee and have breakfast for under $15. Their lunch/dinner sandwiches are also a great price and very tasty. 2 can split a sandwich and order of sweet potato fries easily and enjoy the meal fully. If you do go, get your meal to go and head east to the fountain or green area that is walking distance away. It’s our favorite place to eat!

Lunch/Dinner:

We ate Gluten Free at Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill. The salad we ate was inspired. Everything was marked with the different allergens the item contained, though if you are highly worried about cross contamination this is not the place for you: They use the same spoon to spoon humus into a pita as they do to spoon onto a plate. I highly recommend going there – though if you are dying for a pita – stay out! The pita’s look divine and if you’re gluten free you can’t even look at them for fear of contamination 😦

Chipotle is a standby in our house. Don’t be afraid – ask the cook to change gloves when you come up. They are great at making sure there is little – if any – cross contamination! Yay!!!! They have a burrito bowl (which can be shared by 2 people easily) and a salad that you can eat gluten or dairy free.

Woody’s Pizza is something that we love! Their wings are cooked in the same fryer as their other glutinous items so order at your own risk. They have gluten free pizza and beer so it makes for a nice dinner!

Udi’s

Swing Thai

Pei Wei

Tokyo Joes

PF Changs

Beau Jo’s

Noodles and Co

Blue Bonnet Mexican

Anthony’s Pizza

Sweets and Treats:

City O’ City is a great place to grab a gluten free and/or gluten AND dairy free pastry and coffee. Hip, great vibe right next to the best hair place evah! If I were young and hip I would have coffee here every day and get my glam on at Moxie every month. Alas. I am now old.

Stella’s Coffee House

Places I’m looking forward to trying / exploring further:

I do NOT know if they offer gluten free/do not currently recommend – this is my personal “to try” list

Samba Room

Moose Hill Cantina

Gaia

Abrusci’s

Fogo de Chao

Sojourner’s Coffee and Tea

Cozy Cottage

India House

Lala’s Gluten Free Menu

Basil Doc’s

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