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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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Liberty Famous Pizza
Framingham, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
This place has gf pizza, sandwiches, pasta and more. they advertise separate area for making gf food. I have the pizza and raviolis and they were very good. I had no medical or cc issues. recommend for those with gf and celiac.
Recommended By: louise On: 2018-03-25

Highland Kitchen
Somerville, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
We went to the Highland Kitchen on Saturday. I have been a few times, and have never been disappointed. Last Saturday was no exception. Admittedly, it looks kinda divey on the outside. However, the inside is very nice, lots of wood, a big blackboard on one of the walls that gives all of the specials, and a well stocked bar. They also happen to play really good music. Best of all - for me, anyway - a gluten free menu, gluten free beer, and very good food. Usually, four or five of their appetizers are gluten free, but I decided to go with their always gluten free vegetable soup.

For dinner, I went with one of the specials, which was pork short ribs. The meat was just barely holding on the bone, it was cooked beautifully.

For dessert, all three of us shared chocolate pudding with whipped cream on top. The pudding was nice and thick, much, much better than anything you would get in a container at the store.
Recommended By: @glutenfreenme / glutenfreeandmeinboston.blogspot.com On: 2014-02-03

Karoo Cafe
Provincetown (Cape Cod), Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
Karoo Cafe, a South African restaurant that offers an expansive gluten-free dinner menu. The restaurant was packed and there was a line to the counter, despite being 9pm so we figured, we had struck gold. The women at the counter could not have been more lovely or understanding of the allergies. You have to eat here if you go to Provincetown gluten-free or not! In our two trips to this restaurant, we cleaned our plates.
Recommended By: theglutenfreetable.com On: 2013-11-22

Patio American Grill
Provincetown (Cape Cod), Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
We had promised ourselves that we would have oysters before we left PTown and oysters we got! Our waiter was fabulous about the gluten allergy. He double checked without asking and prevented me from getting sick when he realized the potatoes that we assumed would be gluten-free were deep fried. The whole dinner was simple and perfect and just what we wanted as we watched people stroll down commercial street.

When the check came, we were particularly psyched to see that it listed each item as gluten-free. The chef takes food allergies very seriously so it is a perfect Provincetown gluten-free restaurant but also probably accommodating to other allergies as well.
Recommended By: theglutenfreetable.com On: 2013-11-22

The Lobster Pot
Provincetown (Cape Cod), Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
Our first dinner was at The Lobster Pot. All of a sudden we noticed "gluten-free menu available" so we walked inside. The wait was 45 min to an hour so we threw in our name, took our plastic lobster and walked around commercial street. The staff was really nice and very on top of the gluten allergy. The food was delicious and fresh. I can't remember the last time I had fish that was so flavorful and fresh.
Recommended By: theglutenfreetable.com On: 2013-11-22

Boston, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
I must say, this restaurant was an absolute delight. On Yelp, they get 3.5 stars. Not great, but I am determined to try as many restaurants in the North End that serve gluten free Italian food as I can. All I can tell you is, the food was delicious and the service was great.

I started off with the Mussels Marinara. I love mussels, and in general, I love dishes like this. The mussels were juicy, and cooked well, not rubbery at all. But the star of the dish was the wonderful broth. The mussels are cooked in white wine, garlic, butter, diced tomatoes, and then their wonderful robust marinara sauce. A real winner. And then came the first surprise. The waitress came over and asked how it was. I told her I wished I had some bread to sop up the sauce. She said, "Hold on." Five minutes later, she came out with a gluten free pizza crust that the Chef had put some butter and some herbs on and cooked. So I was able to sop up that perfect broth. The gluten free pizza crust/bread was served in a separate tin to prevent cross contamination.

As for my entree, I had their Bolognese, which uses beef, pork, and veal. This Bolognese was a little different than the others I'd tried so far in the North End, as the others had a smooth, almost velvety texture. The sauce here was kind of chunky; similar to the way I make it at home. The gluten free pasta they used was quite good, cooked al dente and spot on. Finally, I ordered a gluten free pizza to go. I ordered the Spukone, which has sweet Italian sausage, ricotta cheese, garlic, basil and extra virgin olive oil. It was very similar to Bertucci's Sporkie pizza, which used to be my favorite until I went gluten free. Again, this was cooked in a tin to prevent cross contamination.

So all in all, it was a wonderful meal. I would go back again, no doubt about it.
Recommended By: @glutenfreenme / glutenfreeandmeinboston.blogspot.com On: 2013-09-24

Essex, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
I discovered Woodman's restaurant many moons ago (pre-celiac) while living in Boston. When a little respite from city life was needed, friends and I would drive up the north shore. I hadn't been back to Woodman's for many years, until I discovered a few years ago (post-celiac diagnosis), that much of their food is gluten-free (who knew? I never had any reason to ask - pre-celiac!), and now Woodman's has become one of my all-time favorite "gluten-free" eateries where I can enjoy a plate of New England fried clams, scallops & shrimp occasionally! Usually fried seafood is coated with wheat flour and off-limits to the gluten-intolerant, Woodman's uses corn flour dipped in oil to achieve their perfect golden crust, which is light and very delicious!

If seafood is not your thing, Woodman's offers grilled chicken, chicken fingers, hot dogs too. I ordered a combo of fried shrimp and scallops, with French fries and cole slaw. Woodman's is open year-round, so you can experience New England seafood anytime of the year! Expect long lines in the summer, but don't let that discourage you, as they move quickly.
Recommended By: @CeliacCorner / celiaccorner.com On: 2013-08-23

No. 9 Park
Boston, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
Cathy and I have eaten at a number of top restaurants. All have been pretty good to "wow, I can't wait to go back again" great. However, my favorite restaurant of all is No. 9 Park. No. 9 Park is the flagship restaurant in the growing Barbara Lynch empire. The quality of the food at No. 9 Park continues to be consistently awesome as her businesses grow, unlike another famous chef from around these parts whose restaurants I used to love but now seem to be nothing all that special. Recently, I celebrated my 23rd wedding anniversary at No. 9 Park. The evening started off with two gluten free rolls, which were delivered on a separate plate so there would be no cross contamination. Piping hot, they were crispy on the outside and light and airy on the inside. My appetizer was a tuna sashimi crudo. I wanted something light that would not fill me up and this was the perfect dish. It was beautifully plated, with very fresh tuna. Next came the duck. I LOVE the duck at No. 9 Park. Why? I find most places that serve duck don't render the fat enough. Thus, the skin never gets that crispy. I don't know how Chef Lynch instructs her chefs on how to cook duck, but I get crispy skin each and every time, while the meat of the duck remains moist. I mean, really...what more could you ask for? This is the gluten free dessert I had. A chocolate fudge "round" with some ice cream on top along with some other goodies to give different textures. I should also note, that the service is just as good as the food.
Recommended By: @glutenfreenme / glutenfreeandmeinboston.blogspot.com On: 2013-08-11

Worcester, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
EVO, handles their gluten-free menu in a different, but equally valid way. It's all one menu, with many items from each section marked with GF to indicate that it can be prepared gluten-free. While they also don't write about their preparation methods, one Yelper notes that, "Evo IS Mecca for those with food allergies: vegetarians, vegans, lactose intolerants, celiacs, peanut allergies." Another reviewer acknowledges that "there are few places you can go that can cater explicitly to folks with Celiac Disease or are gluten intolerant. [EVO] very much excel[s] here."
Recommended By: celiacandallergyadventures.wordpress.com On: 2013-04-04

The Sole Proprietor
Worcester, Massachusetts (MA) View On Map
A favorite Worcester, Massachusetts seafood restaurant, The Sole Proprietor, also gets it right with their fantastic gluten-free menu. They have it all, from gluten-free beer to a dessert menu with not just one dessert, but six for those gluten-free diners fed up with flourless chocolate cakes (if that's your cup of tea, they have that too!). Their gluten-free menu is nearly identical to their regular menu as almost all their selections can be made gluten-free.
Recommended By: celiacandallergyadventures.wordpress.com On: 2013-04-04