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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.

Click on one of the more popular locations or search for where you want to go or what you want to eat. Alternatively, use our Map to find all Gluten Free locations near you!

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Cheeky's
Palm Springs, California (CA) View On Map
The last time I went to Palm Springs I was tipped off that Cheeky's has the best breakfast around. They still do. There was an amazing Huevos Rancheros but they've also got a buckwheat waffle for your gluten-free pleasure.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2014-03-22

LuLu
Palm Springs, California (CA) View On Map
Right after picking up my ladies at the airport, we were starving. The flight attendant insisted that "everyone who was anyone" lunches at Lulu, and being "anyone" we totally went there. Gluten-free menu in the house! With that I kicked off my orgy of potatoes and beef for the next few days as I insisted on mashed potatoes and a Kobe beef burger on a lettuce wrap.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2014-03-22


Cheeky's
Palm Springs, California (CA) View On Map
The last time I went to Palm Springs I was tipped off that Cheeky's has the best breakfast around. They still do. There was an amazing Huevos Rancheros but they've also got a buckwheat waffle for your gluten-free pleasure.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2014-03-22


LuLu
Palm Springs, California (CA) View On Map
Right after picking up my ladies at the airport, we were starving. The flight attendant insisted that "everyone who was anyone" lunches at Lulu, and being "anyone" we totally went there. Gluten-free menu in the house! With that I kicked off my orgy of potatoes and beef for the next few days as I insisted on mashed potatoes and a Kobe beef burger on a lettuce wrap.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2014-03-22



Bamboo Asia
San Francisco, California (CA) View On Map
When walking around the Financial District of San Francisco during lunch hour, I can't help but notice all the new cafes that pop up seemingly overnight. Bamboo Asia is one of my favorite 'new' gems with gluten-free dishes and more. It is separated into three counters; India, Vietnam and Japan. You can see how everything is prepared, so besides mentioning your allergen, you can also pick what goes into your salad, wrap, bowl or roll, depending on which "country" you end up ordering from. They are extremely accommodating with their menu when it comes altering dishes from my experience. Bamboo Asia is also a great spot for vegetarians as anything can be modified to exclude meat - and the dish will still be full of delicious ingredients.

The Vietnam counter is a no brainer for those with gluten intolerance. Everything is gluten free in this area except the Banh Mi aka Sandwiches due to the bread. Their bowls and salads are delicious.

The India counter is is also quite gluten-free friendly. Note: it's the sauces and dressing that gluten-free folk must avoid here. The Roti Wraps are delicious. The Rice Bowls and Salads are also gluten-free - just be sure to mention you're gluten free to avoid any sauces or dressings.

The Japan counter is best not explored for those with severe and multiple food allergies and gluten-intolerance. They are comfortable admitting such - there're just too many food allergens in one area.
Recommended By: @PlateItSafe / plateitsafe.com On: 2013-09-24


Rocketfish
San Francisco, California (CA) View On Map
Craving an allergy-friendly Japanese restaurant? Look no further than Rocketfish. Located in the Potrero Hill district of San Francisco, not only is a quaint and lovely little neighborhood joint, they have many items on their menu that are allergy friendly. They also do catering; so Rocketfish is a great solution for a party, office gathering, etc. and especially for those with guests of all sorts of food sensitivities. Note, besides having a great selection for vegans and vegetarians as you'll see on their website, Rocketfish is also kid-friendly and has a kids menu (though inquire about allergens if it's your kid who suffers). Obviously, communicate your food allergy restrictions and general needs to the manager and server or call ahead to familiarize yourself with what you can expect to order. Here is a sample of their dinner menu, but dishes can be made without certain ingredients on request, and can also obviously change in a day's notice.
Recommended By: @PlateItSafe / plateitsafe.com On: 2013-09-24


Inn On Randolph
Napa, California (CA) View On Map
The Inn on Randolph in downtown Napa was completely renovated by new owners Dan and Karen Lynch in 2012. Karen was diagnosed with gluten sensitivity seven years ago and wanted to provide a place for those who are gluten free or who have Celiac disease to be able to feel safe. That mirrors my family's experiences in many places. We now limit our hotel choices to places that have a kitchenette, just in case. The Inn on Randolph eliminates this need. The remodeled kitchen has never known a spec of gluten. This means that every delectable item on the menu is gluten free, including their signature breakfast dishes: smoked salmon, vanilla pancakes, bacon wrapped polenta, corn cakes with homemade applesauce, and Mexican souffles.

For guests who plan to visit wineries, Karen provides guests with a complimentary bag of gluten-free crackers and is working with local Napa restaurants to help broaden the gluten-free menu options for her guests. In addition, the inn offers gluten-free cooking classes taught by Jeffrey Larsen. When travelling gluten free, the question of where to eat is borne from more than just a desire to try local food, it is a matter of staying healthy and safe. Inn on Randolph takes the guesswork out things by providing a gluten free experience that doesn't compromise on quality or comfort for guests.
Recommended By: @CeliacBaby / coulditbeceliac.blogspot.com On: 2013-09-24


Messhall Kitchen
Los Angeles, California (CA) View On Map
It surely helped a ton that my meal at Messhall was safe and sound even though we did a prix fixe situation as part of the "Dine and Ride" thing for The Greek. I haven't done a prix frixe since I was diagnosed, you know, because of the specialness. But I did it! And it was gluten-free!

I had tomato soup which I have not had at a restaurant, again, since my celiac diagnosis. My waitress at Messhall has a celiac BFF. Sweet. I LOVE it when that happens. I mean, I hate that someone has celiac, but damn does it make a difference in the safety when you dine out. I felt so secure that I ordered the speciality cocktail called "Roll the Dice" which means the bartender basically makes whatever he/she wants.

For dinner I had a short rib dish with bacon mashed potatoes and Brussels sprouts. And, yes, gluten-free. Honestly, it was incredibly amazing and delicious.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2013-09-24



Tortilla Republic
Los Angeles, California (CA) View On Map
The menu looks crazy good, and what's even better is everything is labeled that is gluten-free. Which is even more helpful when you go into a Mexican style restaurant, as it's tempting to think you're safe no matter what you order. I totally would have had carnitas tacos had it not been on the "unsafe" list. So major points for Tortilla Republic's commitment to safe dining for us sensitives.
Recommended By: @peveteaux / glutenismybitch.wordpress.com On: 2013-09-24


The Mission Restaurant
San Diego, California (CA) View On Map
Last weekend I was able to try The Mission, in Mission Beach, a restaurant that has been on my "Must Go To" list as it is named one of the "Top 25 Best Breakfast Spots in the Country," by USA Today. The Mission has also received numerous awards in San Diego for their spectacular breakfast options, so you can understand my desire to try this local favorite. The Mission's focus is to provide simple, healthy, tasty food with a whimsical edge at an affordable price, and they do just that! All of their dishes are made from simple and fresh ingredients that pleases the eye as well as the palette. The atmosphere of The Mission is constantly buzzing with locals and visitors from around the country. I had heard they make fresh gluten free rosemary bread, so I was anxious to try one of their signature sandwiches on their famous loaf. The Mission conveniently has a gluten free menu which lists entrees that are gluten free or can be prepared gluten free. Please note products that contain gluten are prepared in the same kitchen.

I enjoyed their Chicken Pesto Sandwich- a house made pesto and grilled chicken with mayo, tomato, greens on fresh rosemary bread for $9.25. I also enjoyed a blended frappe, an iced coffee blended with cocoa and milk for $4.25. I highly recommend this beach favorite this summer, although the wait may be long, grab one of their signature coffees, smoothies or shake to sip on while the time passes. It is definitely worth it!
Recommended By: @GlutenExchange / theglutenexchange.com On: 2013-09-22


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