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Gluten Free in USA

From the big cities of New York and Los Angeles, to the beaches of Florida and everything in between. It is no surprise that so many people visit the USA each year. However, where can you eat Gluten Free when travelling across the country? Find previous recommendations here and do share your own as well.

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Black Walnut Cafe
Houston, Texas (TX) View On Map
A few weeks ago, I travelled to Rice Village. After my appointment, I decided to stop for dinner at the Black Walnut Cafe. I walked into the restaurant, and was immediately greeted by a "gluten-free bread available". Still sceptical (maybe they considered this gluten-free thing a fad diet, and were not well-versed in the art of celiac disease), I went up to order. As soon as I ordered the Rustic Grilled Cheese with gluten-free, I was asked if I had an allergy or intolerance to gluten. I immediately felt comfortable and awaited my order. I did not get a chance to find out the brand of gluten-free bread used, but it was quite a delicious sandwich!! The cheese melted fantastically onto the bread, and the bread was grilled to perfection! It was definitely an unhealthy gluten-free meal worth enjoying, and was the perfect rainy day treat. I highly recommend trying out Black Walnut Cafe if you're ever in Houston, especially for brunch, as their omelets are fantastic as well (you can substitute toast with corn tortillas, in true TexMex fashion).
Recommended By: @CeliacInCollege / collegestudentwithceliac.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-09

Ruby's BBQ
Austin, Texas (TX) View On Map
While I used to stop in for BBQ beef tacos when I was a UT student, I had a feeling those tacos were the soft, flour-y variety, and I was right. However, the dude behind the counter pulled out a gluten-free menu, which had the added advantage of warning you away from foods filled with gluten. Ruby's. You surprise and delight.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-08


Wild Wood Bake House & Cafe
Austin, Texas (TX) View On Map
Wild Wood Bake House & Cafe knows how to party as they offer more gluten-free beers than I've ever seen in one place, and an incredible amount of gluten-free baked goods including (but not limited to) muffins, breads, Ding Dongs. SO GOOD. The whole place is gluten-free, and amazing. So pull up a chair and chow down, gluten-free'ers.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-08


Black Market Liquor Bar
Los Angeles, California (CA) View On Map
So we rolled up to Black Market Liquor Bar and went on to throw back the whiskey drinks. Which are inventive, and crazy good, as well as being gluten-free. Although one whiskey drink has a beer factor (which is clearly marked on the menu) so skip that action. Of course once it came time to order I was looking over the seasonal menu of artisanal cheeses and ahi tuna, and started to sweat it a little bit as it appeared that gluten was on the side of most dishes. Yes, we did consider leaving but wow, am I glad I stayed put and asked the waiter about the gluten-free options available. He came back with a menu that was not only fully marked, but warning signs on dishes that, while gluten-free, had the possibility of cross-contamination. Solid. I had an amazing dish of Kurobuta pork cheek, creamed polenta mushrooms, and pickled shallots. I was also able to enjoy some of that ahi tuna I mentioned earlier, a lovely kale salad, and a BBQ short rib situation. Yes, droooooool.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-08



Tupelo Junction
Santa Barbara, California (CA) View On Map
When my husband made a reservation at Tupelo Junction in Santa Barbara I was suspicious. After all, I'd enjoyed some lovely fried chicken there years ago when were visiting from New York and first dating, and long before I was no longer allowed to shove gluten in my fried chicken hole. But guess what? That SoCal gluten-free friendly thing came in very handy as the menu was marked with items that could be made gluten-free! Like lovely Red Beans and Rice with roasted corn, tomatoes, greens and shallots and Tupelo Honey Vinaigrette Salad w/roasted sunflower seeds.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-08


Mon Ami Gabi at The Paris Hotel
Las Vegas, Nevada (NV) View On Map
If you read any blogs at all about being gluten free in Las Vegas, they all talk about Mon Ami Gabi in the Paris Hotel. I will be no different. First of all, they have gluten free bread, which they bring out separately from the regular bread to ensure no contamination. They also brought out separate butter, along with olives. For my entree, I chose the chicken breast paillard. It was well seasoned and juicy, which I imagine must be a bit hard to do considering how thin it was. FYI, they also have a gluten free breakfast, which is quite good.
Recommended By: @glutenfreenme / glutenfreeandmeinboston.blogspot.com On: 2013-06-06


Nine Fine Irishmen
Las Vegas, Nevada (NV) View On Map
As the name indicates, it is an Irish Pub. Unfortunately, no gluten free beers, which surprised me a little, but they did have apple cider. I got the gluten free lamb stew. The lamb was very juicy, the potatoes still had some tooth to them, and the broth was nice and salty. Half way through my meal, my gluten free dinner partner and I switched meals, so I also got to have the gluten free shepards pie. The beef tips were cooked quite nicely, the mashed potatoes were nice and creamy with the top having a nice crust to it. These two meals were great comfort food.
Recommended By: @glutenfreenme / glutenfreeandmeinboston.blogspot.com On: 2013-06-06


Scarpetta
Las Vegas, Nevada (NV) View On Map
Scarpetta is a restaurant that is owned by Scott Conant. You most often see him as a judge on Chopped. He not only has a gluten free menu, but a vegetarian menu as well. I started off with the white asparagus soup with blue crab. It was good, with the texture coming from small pieces of whole asparagus. I do wish it had been a little hotter. For my entree I got the spaghetti tomato basil. This was homemade gluten free pasta, so extra props to Scarpetta for that. I thought the spaghetti was very good, and the sauce - though simple - was really delicious.
Recommended By: @glutenfreenme / glutenfreeandmeinboston.blogspot.com On: 2013-06-06



C Casa
Napa, California (CA) View On Map
The menu was divine - you can view it on their website - and my friend chose a salmon taco, one of their blackboard specials. Honestly, the whole menu looked amazing and I wished that we had been able to have several meals there to try a few more things! The meals tasted fresh, the flavours were piquant and combined well. The salmon was beautifully cooked and our only complaint was that it was impossible to eat tidily! It was a very impressive meal, a very healthy option, and it was wonderful not to have to pick and choose from the menu to try and find things that appeared to be gluten-free. If you're ever in the township of Napa, run (don't walk!) to the Oxbow Centre for a meal from C Casa.
Recommended By: glutenfreenz.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-02


Pica Pica Maize Kitchen
Napa, California (CA) View On Map
I decided that as I'd never eaten Venezuelan food, Pica Pica was for me! PicaPica Maize Kitchen is located in the Oxbow Centre in Napa itself. The Oxbow Centre is full of amazing food outlets. There was a sign saying everything 100% wheat and gluten-free. Yippee!!!! I decided to try some things I'd never heard of, and selected a Cachapa with Pepeada. Yep, there you have it! It was a sweet corn pancake with chicken and creamy avocado filling. And although I'd had Empanadas before, I thought I would also give those a go. I would describe this as comfort food really. The cachapa was sweet and crispy and the filling balanced it out nicely. The empanadas were three different flavours - refried beans, cheese and a three-meat stew, and came with a chipotle sauce. They were deep fried, soft but crispy and truly delicious. The gluten-free beer was Bards, which I'd had last year when I was in the US. It was so nice to be in a place where eating gluten-free was easy and just another of the offerings available.
Recommended By: glutenfreenz.wordpress.com On: 2013-06-02


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