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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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Skidders Restaurant
St Pete Beach, Florida (FL) View On Map
I visited Skidder's after reading another review about the chef accomodating gluten-free diners. From the minute we walked in the door, the staff went out of their way to be welcoming and attentive. When I mentioned that I was interested in gluten-free options the chef came right out to tell me that he could make me pizza or pasta or could modify many of the other dishes to make them gluten-free. I have been gluten-free for 8+ years and have never met a chef/staff that are so knowledgable and truly cared that I had an enjoyable meal. The menu is very extensive and is suitable for both kids and adults. The portions are generous and the prices are very reasonable. We ate there 2 out of the 4 nights during our trip. I can't say enough about the staff. You must eat here if you are in St. Pete Beach!
Recommended By: ALSPB23 On: 2011-04-16

O'Bistro
St Petersburg, Florida (FL) View On Map
I found this great little restaurant, O'Bistro while I was visiting the health food store, Nature's Finest Foods, next door. I always thought this place to be a strict sandwich restaurant and therefore passed it up until now. I popped in for a salad and while looking at the menu, I saw a "GF" and a "GFA" next to certain menu items. When I inquired about what it meant, "GF" stood for Gluten Free and "GFA" stood for Gluten Free Adaptable.

I ordered the All Natural Sirloin Steak and Brie Panini "GFA" which meant that it came without bread which was fine with me. The steak was richy and tasty with just enough brie to mix with the taste. My dad had the Ruben Non "GF" and he said it was exceptional so I assume it would be pretty good without the bread "GFA".

The food was very good and I would definitely eat here again. There are many options for the Gluten Free and Gluten Eating public alike. I am attaching a file of the menu for everyone to check out. There are some very original food selections.
Recommended By: drinkinnridin.wordpress.com On: 2011-03-27


At Journey's End Bed and Breakfast
Saint Augustine, Florida (FL) View On Map
Tim and John genuinely want their guests to have a good time in St. Augustine and go out of their way to make everything go well. The B&B is extremely well run, the breakfasts delicious, the advice relevant and accurate. I have coeliac disease and Tim made sure I had gluten-free breakfasts and even baked fabulous gluten-free cookies for me. The location is perfect. We only used our car once in a three-day stay, and otherwise could easily walk to everything.
Recommended By: ladyluke On: 2011-03-14


Seasons 52
Orlando, Florida (FL) View On Map
We had a wonderful 30th anniversary meal at Seasons 52. I have coeliac disease so I called ahead to ask if they could offer gluten free options. When we arrived, I was handed my own menu that clearly specified options. My husband ordered off the regular menu. The food, service, desserts and drinks were wonderful. Flavors fabulous. Healthy options. A great dinner.
Recommended By: Lisachristine0 On: 2011-01-09



Rosa Mexicano
Miami, Florida (FL) View On Map
What a great Mexican restaurant this was -- probably one of the best I have ever tried. Our concierge at the Hotel suggested this little place to us. We found the ambiance to be upscale and very inviting. To start we ordered the Guacomole en Molcajete which is a guacomole prepared tableside (seriously a cool experience) and served with gluten free tortilla chips and small, round, warm corn tortillas (also GF). We all loved this appetizer! It was sooo delicious and it was made to our taste in terms of spiciness. We also ordered chicken tacos and they too were delicious. We shared an order of tacos between two people and we found it to be more than enough food. Also the tacos are served in those small, soft gluten free warm corn tortillas which were served with the guacomole. It was definitely more authentic than any taco I have ever had and delicious too. Hopefully, I will find another Rosa Mexicano some day, so I can revisit the experience.
Recommended By: @gfnotebook / glutenfreenotebook.com On: 2010-11-04


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