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The hardest thing when suffering from coeliac disease or following a Gluten Free diet is obviously finding somewhere to eat. Here are our suggestions of places particularly friendly if you're looking for somewhere.

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Hearthstone Restaurant
Breckenridge, Colorado (CO) View On Map
My absolute favorite place we ate in the Vail area was Hearthstone Restaurant in Breckenridge, which is about 40 minutes from Vail. Hearthstone is housed in a historic, Victorian-era house in downtown Breckenridge, surrounded by mountains and a great Main Street atmosphere. The restaurant has an excellent wine list, as well as a large variety of unique dishes; it also offers a gluten-free menu separate from the regular menu, so there is no guesswork involved. I had the Wagyu beef flank steak, which came with sherry braised hazel dell mushrooms, slow roasted tomatoes, spinach and parmesan truffle mashers. The potatoes were superb, with an excellent garlicky flavor, and the tomatoes were well roasted. For dessert, I had the banana split, a gourmet-designed dish with caramelized bananas with macadamia nuts and vanilla gelato served separately on a plate. The coconut rum chocolate ganache was served on the side, and was delicious.
Recommended By: lindseysglutenfree.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-10

Old Forge Pizza Company
Vail, Colorado (CO) View On Map
On one of those nights in, we decided to order pizza. To my delight, most of the pizza companies in and around Vail offer gluten-free selections. We ordered from Old Forge Pizza Company, which offers regular pizzas as well as gluten-free personal pizzas. I ordered the gluten-free Piper Pizza, which included banana peppers, roasted red peppers, bacon, local goat cheese and fresh tomatoes. It was very delicious and had a gourmet-type flavor to it. The goat cheese was very creamy, and the peppers added spice without it being too much. I would definitely recommend Old Forge to anyone visiting the Vail area.
Recommended By: lindseysglutenfree.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-10

Beau Jo's
Idaho Springs, Colorado (CO) View On Map
One would assume that pizza can only be pizza, and nothing more, but Beau Jo's proves you ENTIRELY wrong. The menu touts many gluten free options, all clearly labeled and listed additionally on their own gluten free menu page. They are also produced in a dedicated section of the kitchen. From this list, we settled on the honey cheese bread, one Beau Jo's Sauce pizza (the Pacific Plantation) and one Roasted Garlic + Olive Oil Sauce Pizza (the Centurion), both vegetarian versions. The honey cheese bread as Mike put it "Blew Our Minds"! It is apparently a staple to Colorado's local foods and was something I was originally a bit hesitant about. Sounds a bit odd right? But, it was sweet yet tangy, and has since haunted my mind and memory. If I had the chance I would eat it again and again. Both the Plantation and the Centurion were delicious in their own right. The Plantation had a continuation of the honey theme, airing on the sweeter side of delicious as it contained Rocky Mountain Honey. The Centurion was a bit on the more traditional side. Regardless, they were both great and with added honey on the crusts: YUM!
Recommended By: @CelticCeliac / celtic-celiac.blogspot.com On: 2012-12-01

Francisca's Fine Mexican Food
Cortez, Colorado (CO) View On Map
Mexican food is my favorite and since being diagnosed with Celiac disease, I don't get to eat much. I have found a few places that offer gluten free menu choices. Francisca's has a gluten free green chili to top all I have found and is better than most flour based chili's I have had. They have separate fryers and are diligent about preventing cross contaimination. (I'm always scared to try a new place). I ate there twice and had no gluten after effects. Thank you...I'll be back next time we're in the area.
Recommended By: SherilynnB On: 2012-06-16

The Bombay Bistro
Boulder, Colorado (CO) View On Map
This restaurants offers a homemade gluten-free naan to soak up all the delicious gluten free indian food. Need I say more. Try it, you'll love it. I went to this restaurant with my husbands family. We had an entire table of dietary restrictions including dairy free, vegetarian and gluten-free. Thankfully, the chef was able to accommodate us and we all were able to share about 6 different dishes. It was wonderful!
Recommended By: delectablyglutenfree.blogspot.com On: 2011-08-19

Suki Thai
Boulder, Colorado (CO) View On Map
Suki Thai is one of those places that doesn't catch your eye. It's in a small strip mall near the college campus of CU, however the fresh ingredients at this noodle house are fantastic. Almost the entire menu is gluten-free (I think one of the owners has a gluten-intolerance). All gluten free menu items are labeled GF. They cook each noodle bowl in a new pot and you can watch everything being made while waiting in line to pay. Red coconut curry is my favorite and for extra kick, try the GF Suki sauce! To make this an even better experience lunch costs under 10 bucks.
Recommended By: delectablyglutenfree.blogspot.com On: 2011-08-19

Centro Latin Kitchen and Refreshment Palace
Boulder, Colorado (CO) View On Map
I have to admit, I have been to Centro about eight times and I always order the same thing. I am sure most of the food is delish, but I really LOVE the habenero pork tacos. They are spicy and remind me of food I would find on the Baja. The black beans on the side and achiote rice are excellent complements to the spicy tacos. Yum! I hear the enchiladas and veggie tacos are good too! Talk to the wait staff- they know all about gluten-intolerance. Almost anything on the menu can be made gluten-free and made with corn tortillas. Eat here, but don't forget to have the best and most refreshing cuban mojito along side your meal!
Recommended By: delectablyglutenfree.blogspot.com On: 2011-08-19

Boulder, Colorado (CO) View On Map
On any given day you can walk into Salt, have a fancy cocktail made by the infamous mixologists and dip your gluten free bread into fresh butter. I love SALT because the food is comforting, perfectly flavorful, and not pretentious. The ambiance is industrial meets vintage meets super chic. Somehow it works beautifully and the patio is great for people watching along Pearl Street. Cross contamination is always an issue when eating gluten free and having Celiac, but SALT is knowledgable of their made to order food! There is even a separate fryer for french fries to avoid cross contamination. Talk to the waiter to explain your food allergy/intolerance and they will definitely help you out! One of my favorite menu items is the never ever burger with vermont cheddar cheese, pickled onions, house-made ketchup on top of a seasonal green salad...and never ever meaning, no hormones and no anti-biotics...ever. I've also had the Rosemary Rotisserie chicken with garlic and olive oil and local roasted veggies (carrots, onions and potatoes). SALT uses seasonal ingredients so the menu changes according to the local farms. My favorite spirit is the Rum Mint Sangria with dancing pines rum, fresh mint, triple sec, lemon juice and white wine.
Recommended By: delectablyglutenfree.blogspot.com On: 2011-08-19


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