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For a Brit, visiting our 'cousins across the pond' would on the face of it seem one of the easier trips to make if looking for gluten free food. However, in a strange place it is often hard to find somewhere but rest assured, someone will have been there before.

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Tommy Bahamas
Wailea, Maui, Hawaii (HI) View On Map
I was a bit surprised to learn they offered a gluten free menu, albeit what they offer is a nicer sit down, fine dining experience in Wailea. I always love places which offer separate gluten free menu's and this place was no exception. They offered many gluten free options. This was one of the places I chose Mahi Mahi with salad--it was delicious. We finished our meal with their out-of-this world pineapple upside down cheesecake (also gluten-free). I found the staff to be very aware of gluten allergies and very accomodating. I would recommend them to everyone, even non-gluten free diners. The food was so delicious and they even had a guitarist who sat in the centre of the room and sang songs like Shakira's - Hips don't lie. I loved it, it was such a nice experience for us.
Recommended By: @gfnotebook / glutenfreenotebook.com On: 2010-11-04

West Village, New York City (NYC) View On Map
This place is a hugely popular restaurant located in West Village. West Village was one of our favorite places in New York. It's a cute neighbourhood with many shops, cafes and restaurants. Risoterria serves many gluten-free items. Some GF options on their menu include risotto, pizza, pasta and panini. We tried the risotto, pizza and the panini. But first lets talk about the yummy breadsticks. They bring out these large GF bread sticks before your meal and let me tell you, these are the most amazing-tasting breadsticks ever. I would come back just for the breadsticks! I didn't care much for the pizza, but found the panini to taste fabulous. The bread tasted great (great texture and crumb, like normal bread). The risotto was pretty good, especially if you are a fan of that dish. The atmosphere at this place is casual, yet social. Prices are average; the service is superb but you may have to wait awhile for a table as this place gets very busy and there isn't much seating. They also sell ready made GF cupcakes, cookies, muffins as well as packages of GF items such as cookie mix, bread mix, pizza dough mix. My sister tried the banana bread and she said it was delicious! One more plus: They also have gluten free beer.
Recommended By: @gfnotebook / glutenfreenotebook.com On: 2010-11-04

Las Vegas, Nevada (NV) View On Map
We were looking for a good lunch but didn't want to spend a lot on bad food. They offer gluten free pasta which caught my attention so we decided to try their food. We sat inside where it was quiet and cosy. We ordered a special of the day of fresh pasta with sea food (clams, mussels, shrimps and scallops) in a pomodoro sauce. My husband was served some flat bread to start. He loved it. The pasta was fresh and the sea food delicious. The portion was great and we ate everything. The price was good. We would definitely try them again. I don't know about their brunch but I wouldn't go to an Italian resto for eggs and bacon. If you like traditional Italian food this is certainely a good resto to go.
Recommended By: missfitVictoria On: 2010-11-01

Souper Jenny
Atlanta, Georgia (GA) View On Map
Since being on the gluten-free diet one of the items it is difficult to find when eating out is gluten-free soup. Imagine my surprise when we discovered that Souper Jenny offers gluten-free soup daily made with local/seasonal ingredients.

When we pulled up for lunch there was a line out the door that kept getting longer, so we knew the soup must be excellent. Upon entering the restaurant there are three posted rules: cash or check only, no saving tables and no cell phones. The restaurant is set up like a comfy coffee house with individual tables, couches and long shared tables to enjoy your soup.

Ordering at Souper Jenny is cafeteria style, so you order and move down the line, pay for your food and sit down to consume. When we made it up to the counter the server informed us about the gluten-free soups for the day and there were three to choose from. We also learned from Jenny herself that they had started serving gluten-free sandwiches on Sally's Bakery bread. The sandwiches were premade, but we really wanted soup, so we passed. There were three salad choices for the day that were gluten free and only one wasn't. They also offer at least two gluten-free desserts that are made by a 'friend of Souper Jenny' and rotate with the seasons. We arrived too late to enjoy a slice of their gluten-free carrot cake or ice box lemon cake.

I ordered the tomato artichoke soup and a salad for the side. Make sure you tell them you do not want a roll on your plate. You can order the $12 lunch special that includes a bowl of soup (huge portion), a side and a drink, which is what we chose to do. The soup was loaded with flavor and fresh, seasonal ingredients.

A couple words of advice would be to arrive early (before noon) to keep from waiting in the long line and bring cash. Also, the earlier you arrive the more like you will be to snag a piece of gluten-free cake. Their daily menu is available online and denotes which soups are gluten free, so you can plan accordingly. Oh and they are closed on Sundays.

Souper Jenny's is about to become a weekly stop for this family as the weather turn colder and warming soup is the order of the day. Jenny's turkey chili is always gluten free, so we can't wait to go back and try it.
Recommended By: @jenniferGFinGA / Original Article On: 2010-10-24

Cyrus Restaurant
Healdsburg, California (CA) View On Map
The service was perfection. The servers had great personalities that shined, which was great because I hate stuffy service! We called a few days ahead of our reservation to inform them of our dietary restrictions (I am gluten-free and pregnant) and they went above and beyond to accommodate us. Being someone with these dietary restrictions, I'm used to having a very limited menu to work with; it was not the case here at all! They made us our own batch of gluten free bread, as well as brownies to send home, cookies, and they even made fried green tomatoes with gluten free flour. They were very knowledgeable about these restrictions and worked around their menu for us. The food itself was amazing too; the foie gras melted like butter, the caviar was like butter too (we really like butter!), and the choices of butter for our bread was superb, as my husband basically ate a whole stick of it with his bread! It's a place to splurge, and treat yourself to the most amazing, creative food in all of Sonoma County. We already have reservations to return!
Recommended By: Lou33055 On: 2010-10-24

Manhattan, New York City (NYC) View On Map
Cavatappo offers a wide menu of wonderful Italian food in New York which also caters for those who need gluten free food. We have been eating there on holiday for about 12 years now (it was originally called Luca after the owner/chef). The food is excellent and the staff are friendly. Check out their menus online.
Recommended By: @katwoo2 / katrinawoodrowdigestivehealth.com On: 2010-10-21

Causeway Restaurant
Gloucester, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
DON'T MISS this place if in Gloucester!

....and don't be put off by the very plain and dated decor, which clearly isn't the restaurant's priority. Terrific food and service are! (Not to mention huge portions, very reasonable prices and prompt, courteous service.) My husband has to have gluten-free food and the waitress knew exactly how to advise him. We shared a fish chowder that was absolutely outstanding, and then he had the very good mussels with wine and garlic. I had scampi over linguini, which so many places overload with too much butter or oil. The Causeway's version had a light but very flavorful sauce with a bit of white wine in it, and both the shrimp and the pasta were perfectly cooked. I got three meals out of it. We're not into greasy fried stuff, but judging by what others were ordering, it looks like the Causeway does those things well, too (as well as lighter grilled seafood entrees).

I'd recommend getting there by 11:30 for a weekend lunch, and bring a picnic cooler if you won't be able to refrigerate your doggie bags for a while!
Recommended By: Jeffsdate On: 2010-10-20

Posana Cafe
Asheville, North Carolina (NC) View On Map
The decor is very attractive, the menu is nicely varied, the food is contemporary and delicious, the service is very friendly, and there is absolutely no gluten in any of the food, which makes it an unusually easy place to eat for a person with allergies. However, you would never know that the food is gluten free without asking. Most of the diners are unaware of this aspect, all they know is that everything tastes great!
Recommended By: travelmad54 On: 2010-10-18

Dinner For Two
Santa Fe, New Mexico (NM) View On Map
My husband and I met our friends in Santa Fe for the big wine fest and had dinner here on Friday night. Everything was wonderful! Our server was great, food was great, ambience was great, can't say one bad thing. Our friend is gluten free plus a bunch of other allergies and they went out of their way to accomodate him and serve a fabulous lamb with pomengranate sauce that was so yummy. The ladies had the veal marsala which was delicious and my husband had the tuna which was fab. I had the tasting menu, which was a really great deal, loved everything I had. We all (except our gluten free pal) had the doughnuts with coffe ice cream for dessert, OMG they were SO GOOD. We will be back. By the way, they had a really good, reasonable wine list. All four of us thought it was wonderful.
Recommended By: janeynm On: 2010-10-13

Barre, Vermont (VT) View On Map
We stayed in this B+B for one night during our tour around New England and only wish that we could have stayed in it longer. Originally the home of a Scottish Granite worker, the location of the house is lovely and the decor is really pleasant. We were staying in the tower room so named for the turreted folley that is attached and our travelling companions were in one of the other rooms down the corridor.

However, the reason that we would want to go back is the hospitality provided by the inn keepers Dan and Yasunari. They were ready to bend over backwards to deal with providing a gluten free breakfast, buying in special corn bread and ensuring that at least 90% of the spread was gluten free even though no other guest required this. They were both extremely friendly and coupled with Yasunari's piano playing in the evening, the experience was top notch. It is always a good sign when the worst thing you can say is that the shower wasn't very powerful!
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-10-03

Latitude 43
Gloucester, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
We were staying in the town of Manchester-by-the-Sea and our guesthouse owner recommended Lat43 as being good for seafood and sushi. Generally we guessed that we would be ok gluten free but on arrival I thought that I would double check. On asking I was presented with a separate menu that they had gone through, highlighting what was gluten free and what (if anything) was required to make a dish safe. Almost every dish could be prepared GF! Compared to what we are used to in the UK this was a massive step above and beyond what we had expected so very impressed and would go there again even though seafood isn't really my cup of tea.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-10-03

North Conway, New Hampshire (NH) View On Map
When we arrived in North Conway I had a quick check online to see if there were any good gluten free places to eat in the town and came across Bellini's. I can't remember a time that we have been able to eat out at an Italian since diagnosis of Coeliac's so we decided we had to check it out. As we wanted to stop at a couple of shops we poked our head in first and asked if we could reserve. Usually they only take reservations for tables 6+ but I think they were bowled over by my 'charming' English accent and made an exception for our four.

I had read a couple of less great reviews on tripadvisor around wait times etc. and there was a queue if you hadn't reserved but this was no worse than many restaurants in the UK so think may be down to difference in expectations. The main menu lists what can be done gluten free and they even had a gluten free beer available. When our server came and we asked her about the gluten free options she quickly returned with gluten free bread rolls as well, a very nice touch. We loved this restaurant and the food was delicious both for gluten free and normal pasta for the rest of the party.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-10-03

Dancing Bear Guesthouse
Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
We stayed at this guesthouse as part of our tour around the whole of New England. Set in the beautiful town of Shelburne Falls we were made to feel really at home by the owner, his wife and their housekeeper in the short time that we were there. However, the reason that this guesthouse deserves extra mention is the gluten free lengths that they went to. Alongside breakfast they apparently always make cake, which those non-coeliac members of the party loved. However, as they knew that we were coming, an entire batch of delicious gluten free blueberry muffins were made especially. I would definitely go back again.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-10-01

West End Pub
Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
After arriving in Shelburne Falls our guest house owner quickly ran through the options open to us in the village. We headed in to the centre and based on a combination of price, atmosphere and them having obvious GF dishes we decided to try this place out.

When the server came over we asked about what was/wasn't gluten free and were bracing for the option of steak but the girl serving was very knowledgeable and rattled off a list of meals that were safe. In fact, although only one member of the group is coeliac, we all had different meals that would have been safe. The meals arrived quickly and were of a very high standard using many local ingredients. The only thing I would say is that the kitchen looked very small so I wouldn't know how safe it would be for those with very sensitive Coeliacs.

Desert didn't have as many options but there were still one or two and we were able to leave the restaurant full and not too light on the pocket.
Recommended By: @TravGlutenFree On: 2010-09-30

Buddy's Pizza
Detroit, Michigan (MI) View On Map
Buddy's Pizza is widely known as "Detroit's #1 Square Deep Dish Pizza" and all of my non-gf friends tell me why. They recently came out with a gluten free pizza, and it is now one of my favorite places for a nice pizza. It is not in the style of their classic deep dish pizza, but more of a thin-crust crispy pizza, but it is still good. They have nine locations in the Detroit metro area.
Recommended By: @GF20Something / glutenfreetwentysomething.com On: 2010-09-28

Manhattan, New York City (NYC) View On Map
Nizza is a great Italian place in the Hell's Kitchen area of Midtown, Manhattan. They have a respectable gluten free menu with several pastas, pizzas, and other entrees. They even have gluten free breadsticks and dessert! Being a Midtown restaurant, it is a little more pricey; but I think it is very worth it for a night out.
Recommended By: @GF20Something / glutenfreetwentysomething.com On: 2010-09-28

Gluuteny Bakery
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PA) View On Map
Gluuteny Bakery is a bakery that I actually have to give credit to my grandma for finding. She wanted to be able to send me a care package of cookies in college just like all other grandmas, and she wouldn't let my Coeliac Disease get in the way of that! She found Gluuteny, and she sends me food from them all the time, so I know that their stuff ships well. Some of my favorites are the Whoopie Pies, the brownies, and the chocolate chip cookies. Also, any time I am in Pittsburgh I always make a trip to their bakery, and it tastes even better fresh. I was impressed to find out that they even do wedding cakes! If you are in the Pittsburgh area, check it out. Or if you are not, the are still good to order from.
Recommended By: @GF20Something / glutenfreetwentysomething.com On: 2010-09-28

West On 6
Livonia, Michigan (MI) View On Map
My partner and I went to dinner at West on 6 this evening. I had heard about this restaurant and Chef Tom's gluten-free menu offerings from the Gluten Free Ann Arbor Yahoo group that had several members singing his praises. I wasn't disappointed. I have a wheat allergy, so I must avoid all foods containing wheat. Tonight I had gluten free pasta and bread and both were exceptional. Even my partner, who doesn't have an issue with gluten enjoyed the bread. I had the Shrimp Scampi with pasta, she had the Ravioli (not gluten free) and she said it was wonderful. We capped off our meal with a Maple Chocolate Torte dream of a dessert, gluten free as well.

Chef Tom came out to meet us, and couldn't have been nicer. We even purchased a loaf of his kickass gluten free bread to take home with us. (it is, hands down, the best gluten free bread we ever had.) Great service, great food, great experience. Thank you, Chef Tom, you rock.
Recommended By: Katiek80 On: 2010-09-22

Hukilau Lanai
Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii (HI) View On Map
Went there on a Tuesday evening w/ our family. 2 of the 4 of us are Coeliac and eat gluten free. The restaurant provides gluten-free homemade dinner rolls, which are delicious. The service was great and in addition, our waiter already had a GF cheat sheet so that he would know what we could order and what was not appropriate. They were also willing to perform substitutions of gluten ingredients with non-gluten equivalents. The Ahi appetizers were especially good. Our 10 year old says that the vanilla ice cream with whipped cream and chocolate sauce was superb! I would highly recommend this restaurant for anyone, but especially for those w/ GF diets who appreciate thoughtful service.
Recommended By: SantaCruz850 On: 2010-09-11

BabyCakes NYC
Broome St, New York City (NYC) View On Map
BabyCakes NYC has got to be my favorite gluten free find to date. It's a pretty well-known allergy friendly (sugar-free, vegan, egg-free, etc) bakery in New York City. They are even popular enough that they have a location in LA and they publish books! Anyway, they have amazing cookies, muffins and cupcakes. The only problem is that their cupcake frosting melts very quickly, so if you pick them up on a hot day you have to get them into a fridge quickly. BabyCakes also sells spelt-based items.
Recommended By: @GF20Something / glutenfreetwentysomething.com On: 2010-09-09