Gluten Free Restaurant Guide
Gluten Free dining doesn’t mean putting your fork and knife to bed and wiping away your tears. There are plenty of delectable GF alternatives suitable for any palate. Gluten Free chicken parms, lasagna, even an old friend – a slice of pizza pie. Restaurants are becoming more and more creative. Here are some of the best that will even have foodies fooled!
For the pizza joints who have gluten free crust, I bring you my favorites.
The ones that don’t taste like you’re snacking on a UPS box.
Best Gluten Free Menu’s
By best, I mean diverse. By diverse, I mean not eating pasta that tastes like wall paste or taking everything off a menu but micro greens. Pastas, comfort food, your favorites – Just modified!
My favorites include
Legal Harborside – (BONUS for using chickpea flour to coat their fried fish and fried clam strips, mmmm!) Also, Gluten Free rolls with butter.
Stella – Gluten Free gnocci to have with any of their sauces with exception of bolognese (flour roux) and open until 1am for late night foodies
Joe’s American Grille – Gluten Free features include Pizza, Burgers, Pasta, Bread/Buns
Sunset Grill & Tap, Sunset Cantina
DaVinci Ristorante – Gluten Free pasta
Red Lantern – Singapore Street Noodles, Drunken Noodles
Papa Razzi – GF pasta, pizza, and other items available
Tavern in the Square
Scampo, The Liberty Hotel – Spaghetti gluten free, GF menu
Salvatore’s – Penne, ravioli, eggplant parm, GF menu
Four Season’s Hotel Bristol Lounge
Parker’s Restaurant, Omni Parker House
B Good – Burger with Gluten Free bun, fries
Maggiano’s Little Italy – Gluten Free Pasta
Martingale Wharf – Portsmouth, NH (90% Gluten free and ridiculous delish)
Tuscan Kitchen – FRESH Gluten Free Ravioli, pastas, alternatives to make you forget your allergy
Surf – Portsmouth, NH
Kickass Cupcakes, Somerville, MA
Hippie Chick Bakery, NH
BellaCakes, Marlborough, MA
Something Sweet Without Wheat , Woburn, MA
EvaRuth’s Specialty Bakery, Rhode Island
WildFlour Bakery, Pawtucket, Rhode Island