One of the most, if not the most stressful parts about eating out gluten free is trying to find a restaurant that actually does offer gluten free options.
Then, once you do finally find a suitable restaurant, you have to then figure out if the restaurant is actually safe to eat. If you’re allergic to gluten or wheat or are Celiac, you’ll know what I’m talking about.
Now instead of navigation the web trying to find suitable gluten free restaurants from every single restaurant that you absolutely love and can’t live without, I went ahead and created the ultimate guide to gluten free restaurant menus to make life just a little bit easier.
Because the last thing you want to do is spend hours trying to find the gluten free menu for Red Lobster.
Gluten Free Restaurant Menus for 2022
Below you’ll find hundreds of delicious gluten free menus from some of the most popular national and regional chain restaurants across the nation.
- Burgers and Fries – From Burger King and McDonald’s to Five Guys, Red Robin, and In N Out Burger, you’ll find them all here.
- Chicken – From KFC to Chick Fil A, you’ll find all your favorite chicken joints here.
- Contemporary and Traditional American – From Seasons 52 to the Cheesecake Factory, you’ll find your favorite traditional style restaurants here.
- Family and Breakfast – From Bob Evan’s to Denny’s, this section is for your favorite morning and family style restaurants.
- Asian, Foreign, and Exotic Cuisines – PF Chang’s and other popular asian restaurants you’ll love.
- Italian – Olive Garden, Carrabba’s and your other favorite Italian restaurants.
- Mexican, Hispanic, and Southwest – Chipotle, On the Border, Don Pablos, Taco Bell, and more.
- Pizza – Dominos, California Pizza Kitchen, and other gluten free pizzerias.
- Barbecue – Famous Dave’s, Dickey’s Barbecue, and other meaty joints.
- Pub Style and Grills – Chili’s, Applebees, Hooters, and more.
- Sandwiches, Deli, and Hot Dogs – Panera Bread, Jason’s Deli, Subway, and other great sandwich shops.
- Salads and Healthy – Saladworks, Sweetgreen’s, and other healthy restaurants.
- Seafood – Red Lobster, Bonefish, Long John Silver, and so much more.
- Steakhouses – Ruth’s Chris, Capital Grill, Outback Steakhouse, and other delicious steakhouses.
- Traditional Cafe Style – Au Bon Pain, Boston Market, and some cafe style restaurants.
- Desserts and Sweets – Baskin Robbins, Cold Stone Creamy, Dairy Queen, froyo, and so much more sweetness.
- Coffee and Drinks – Starbucks, Jamba Juice, Orange Julius, and other thirst quenching shops.
- Bonus Gluten Free Menus – Airline gluten free meals, NFL and MLB Stadiums, and so much more!
- Gluten Free Restaurant Menus for 2022
- Burgers and Fries
- Contemporary and Traditional American
- Family, Breakfast, and Diners
- Asian, Foreign, and Exotic Cuisines
- Mexican, Hispanic, and Southwest
- Pub Style and Grills
- Sandwiches, Deli, and Hot Dogs
- Salads and Healthy
- Traditional Cafe Style
- Desserts and Sweets
- Coffee and Drinks
- Bonus Gluten Free Menus
- Eating Out Gluten Free at Restaurant Chains
- Gluten Free Dining Tips
- Thanks For Reading
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Burgers and Fries
Here are all the burger restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
Although this fast food restaurant sells primarily burgers and fries, their gluten free options consists primarily of desserts, including their oh so popular root beer floats.
Grab a bunless roast beef sandwich and a jamocha shake!
Be sure to BYOB (bring your own gluten free bun)
One of the coolest things about Bareburger is the fact that you can try a boatload of different mea and “burger” options including: Beef, Turkey, Farmers Quinoa Veggie Burger, Mushroom Burger, Blackbean Burger, Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Grilled or Jerk Chicken, Lamb, Wild Boar, Elk, Bison, and Ostrich – all on a Tapioca Rice Bun.
Their gf menu selections have been provided in cooperation with the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). And yes, there is a gluten free burger bun for you to order!
Be sure to order your double whopper without the bun.
Get a gluten free burger and bun as well as a free range turkey burger.
Don’t forget to order your burger on an Udi’s bun!
A perfect menu if you love BBQ hot wings and milkshakes.
This is one of the few places that will charge you an extra $1 for an Udi’s gf bun.
YES, some blizzards are gluten free. The only issues are the common mixers which may have traces of wheat on them from previous blizzards.
Don’t forget to order all your burgers protein-style or bring your own bun.
The fries are gluten free with a 0% chance of cross contamination. Also, don’t forget to order your burger bunless or wrapped in lettuce.
Enjoy a creamy custard and a bunless steakburger and fries.
Enjoy tasty gluten free burgers (gluten free bun too) and gluten free crepes including some tasty burger combinations and premium toppings that you’ll be sure to fall in love with.
All you need to do is order your burger protein style (wrapped in lettuce) and you’ll be good to go. Thankfully their milkshakes, fries, and secret sauce are all gluten free! So yes, you can still get your burger and fries animal style.
Nachos. Island Fries. AND Gluten free burgers. Win.
Grilled chicken strips and a few salads (minus the croutons) are about the only things you’ll get here.
Although a lot cross contamination exists, non-Celiacs can get themselves a bunless burger slider.
Enjoy a premium salad, bunless burger, and McCafe products.
Opt for a protein plate.
Enjoy juicy burgers on a gluten free bun as well as french fries cooked in a dedicated fryer (only in certain locations).
The french fries are 100% gluten free and have no coating. Also, you should get the poutine!
There’s. A. Gluten. Free. Bun. You may now jump for joy and enjoy the highly praised gf bun.
Get yourself a gluten free burger and a some fantastic gluten free frozen custard and milkshakes. Yum!
Enjoy one of many regional salads as well as protein style burgers.
Most ice creams and slushys are gluten free. Unfortunately, the fries are only gluten free for those not allergic to gluten. Also, you can enjoy a few grill items, minus the bun of course.
In house gluten free bun as well as other incredible burger and meat options, including some premium toppings that you won’t find anywhere else. This is hands down one of the best gf and vegan burger joints around.
Try the frosted orange shake!
YES, the frosty is gluten free. As well as the chili, baked potato, and bare burgers.
Bunless burgers and fries.
Ever wanted to relive that amazing feeling of fulfillment that Harold and Kumar experienced at White Castle after their crazy night out? Then you must go here and get some bunless burger sliders and fries (fries only if you aren’t allergic).
Here are all the chicken restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
Although you won’t find any gluten free fried chicken here, you can still get some roasted chicken bites.
Traditional wings and almost every sauce!
Try the grilled chicken nuggets, the waffle fries (cooked in separate fryer), and the new chargrilled sandwich wrapped in lettuce (or better, on their gluten free bun!)
Catfish and soft serve. A weird sounding combination, but both are gf.
You won’t find any chicken on this menu. And I mean zero.
Here’s a chicken joint that doesn’t offer any gluten free chicken at all. But hey, it’s not often that you see a chicken joint with gluten free fried chicken.
The gluten is airborne, literally, so this place is not advised for Celiacs.
The food is only good if you like to eat sides. This menu is microscopic. So microscopic. But there are naked chicken tenders.
Be sure to request that your chicken fries are make “naked style” meaning they aren’t breaded in flour.
Oven roasted chicken highlights this menu.
Get yourself some delicious regular hot wings (8 gluten free sauces) and some awesome sides, including fries!
Chicken wings and salad. Nuff said.
Contemporary and Traditional American
Here are all the contemporary and traditional American restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
From scallop risotto and salmon picatta to braised shortrib and spicy calamari, you’ll find quite a few delicious options here.
As long as you opt for fresh seafood or the raw bar, you’re in the clear.
Try the grilled salmon and ribs. You won’t be disappointed.
Norwegian salmon, bbq ribs, and steak highlight this menu.
Premium cut steak is the specialty here.
Besides salad, you won’t find much here that’s filling. Lots of sids, not enough entrees.
A premium casual dining experience that features a few appetizers and steaks. Just steaks.
Wings, salads, steaks, and a kids menu as well.
Be sure to request the gluten free menu that way you can get yourself some gluten free fondue, cheese, meat entrees, sauces, and of course, the can’t be missed chocolate fondue.
Enjoy a gluten free burger, sirloin tips, steak, seafood, and a couple sides.
Grilled salmon, grilled chicken, salad, and my favorite, ribs.
Grilled surf and turf dishes along with some tasty sides and appetizers.
A huge selection of gluten free entrees, burgers (with bun), sides, salads, pastas, and even cheesecake.
Fresh fish, prime rib, and a few house specialties highlight this menu.
Try the seared ahi steak. You won’t regret it!
Family, Breakfast, and Diners
Here are all the family themed, diners, and breakfast restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
You’ll find the most gluten free and filling selections for breakfast including meat and eggs.
When in doubt, go with the Denver omelette.
Grilled chicken, salmon, and salads are all the things you’ll find here. Oh yeah, and the greatest arcade games EVER.
Build a gluten free Grand Slam!
All I can say is thank God for gluten free sundaes.
Enjoy a classic breakfast of omelets, omelets, and more omelettes.
7. Waffle House
Even though they don’t offer gluten free waffles, they do have an extensive breakfast menu of eggs, hashbrowns, and other breakfast foods.
Asian, Foreign, and Exotic Cuisines
Here are all the foreign restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
One of the few asian chain restaurants that will make classic asian dishes with gluten free soy sauce upon request. Now you can finally enjoy your Singapore noodles and curry fried rice.
Enjoy some of your favorite Asian favorites including chicken teriyaki and indian coconut curry all modified to be gluten free and cooked on a…you guessed it, a flat top.
Combine your favorite asian ingredients with tasty gluten free sauces on the food line.
Lots of delicious and fresh sushi options as well as other Asian inspired dishes.
Opt for a rice noodle dish, or a special rice dish of favorites including chicken teriyaki, orange peel stir fry, and spicy general fu Mongolian.
A small menu that consists of only steamed rice and vegetables.
Be sure to request the rice noodle that way your pasta dishes are gluten free and still delicious.
Besides the white and brown rice, there are almost zero gluten free options, including entrees.
Be sure to tell your server that you’ll be ordering off the official gluten free menu. That way, they’ll bring your food out on special gluten free only plates. Thankfully, this menu is just as plentiful as the main menu, minus a few appetizers and desserts.
Gluten-free Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, or Vietnamese food. Need I say more?
The flan and guava cheesecake are surprisingly gluten free.
Thai coconut curry highlights the menu.
Looking for a taste of the Hawaiian Islands spirit with a hint of Asian flare? If so, look no further than Roy’s.
The best thing about this restaurant’s options is the fact that every meal and stir fry option can be made carefully gluten free. All you need to do is choose one of 3 gluten free sauces.
Soup and salads.
Here are all the Italian restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
Although you wont find any gluten free brick oven pizza here at Bertucci’s, you will however be able to enjoy some delicious Italian soups, premium salads, and fresh fish and filet mignon.
From gluten free appetizers like carpacio and steamed mussels all the way to gluten free spaghetti and gluten free Italian pizzas, you will not starve at Biaggi’s.
Enjoy some authentic Italian dishes and then some.
Be sure request gluten free pasta and you’ll be in the clear.
Try the chicken saltimbocca, veal marsala, and the salmon sorrento just to name a few.
Just be sure to tell your server that you would like to order off their official gluten free menu. That way there’s no mix up with your marsala whatsoever.
Canada is representing! Try a gluten free pizza, a delicious pasta and seafood dish, or just build your own pasta from the sauce, noodle type, and toppings.
Although this is a pretty small menu (only 2 meal items) Fazoli’s have announced that they will be adding more gluten free options in the near future.
Enjoy gluten free penne pasta dishes, spaghetti, and other italian dishes that you’ll love.
Features pasta classics that both you and your kids will enjoy.
Be sure to tell your server that you’re ordering off their gluten free menu that way you can enjoy some tasty pasta dishes as well as some other house specialties.
The best thing about Picazzo is the fact that everything on the menu is gluten free by default. This means that their gluten free menu is actually the normal menu. That’s how awesome this place is.
It’s funny how you won’t find macaroni at this restaurant despite the name. However, you can still enjoy the great Italian dish ever, Penne Rustica, with rice penne pasta. Yum!
Mexican, Hispanic, and Southwest
Here are all the Mexican restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
Tex Mex, fajitas, and house specialties. Just be sure to request the gluten free menu when you first get to your table.
Try the Baja Bowl.
Quite a few Mexican classics that are naturally gluten free.
Get the nachos!
If you’re looking to get the chips, be sure to request that they cooked in a separate fryer to eliminate any gluten exposure. That way you can enjoy your chips and guacamole without worries.
Steaks, bunless burgers, fajitas, and more.
One of the best Mexican restaurants around with even better food. Stick with a salad, burrito bowl, or hard shell tacos and you’ll be in the clear from then on.
The only gf here entree-wise is the burger patty, so be sure to bring your own bread.
You can actually order your tamales “skinny” that way it reduces any exposure to gluten.
Flamegrilled Mexican chicken and refried beans for the win.
You can get a gluten free taco or tostada here.
As long as you order the corn shell for all your tacos, you’re in the clear.
All the meats and proteins are gf as well as most the sides. They taste the best when you get a bowl.
Margaritas are gluten free which is all that matters in life.
Like Chipotle, be sure to opt for a burrito bowl.
Grilled mahi mahi tacos, grilled salmon tacos, grilled chicken, and so much more awesome grilled taco specialties.
Nothing much to eat here besides some power bowls, tostada, and a couple sides.
Due to a common fryer, if you’re allergic to gluten, don’t eat here.
Get yourself a hardshell and pack it with tons of toppings and salsas.
A risky place for Celiac. Nachos and tacos highlight this listing.
The taco shells are cooked in a common fryer so watch out if you’re allergic. However, you can always ask for the corn taco shells to be warmed up in the microwave. They taste just as good.
Here are all the pizza chains and restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
Gluten free pizza crust for the win as well as some other tasty salad options for you to devour.
2. Blaze Pizza
They offer 3 different gluten free pizza crusts. A majority of their their toppings are also gluten free.
Try a gluten free pizza and pasta option off their “glutenwise” menu.
One of the few mainstream pizza chains that actually offers a gluten free personal sized pizza. However, THIS IS NOT FOR ANYONE ALLERGIC. Cross contamination will be a huge issue. However, if you’re not allergic, then feel free to go to town on this pizza.
Their pizzas are made with Udi’s gluten free pizza crust.
Extreme Pizza dishes out a gluten free version of almost every single one of their signature pizzas. That’s sweet!
Fiiiigaaaarooooo. Figaro. Figaro. Figaro. Figaro…
Gourmet gluten free pizza is Garlic Jims specialty.
Customize your pizza with specialty sauces like ranch, bbq, and franks red hot sauce.
A truly customizable pizza in terms of pizza type: neopolitan, brooklyn, and grandma.
Unlike all the restaurants on this list, except one, Godfather’s Pizza’s gluten free pizza is served “take n bake” style. Meaning that they’ll deliver you a pre-wrapped gluten free godfather’s pizza that you can bake at home.
This place is awesome only because they offer a gluten free bun for their burgers AND a gluten free pizza crust. Now that’s what I’m talking about!
Get a personal sized gluten free pizza and max it out with vegetable and meat options.
So delicious and allergy safe.
If their’s one thing that makes Picazzo the most unique gluten free pizza restaurant chain, it’s the fact that all their pizzas, pastas, and breads are gluten free by default. Cross contamination is almost non-existent.
Gluten free pizza crusts and over 15 specialty pizzas for you to enjoy!
This is a pizzeria chain that focuses solely on creating the best pizza for everyone. So they did their research and sought out tasty alternatives that allowed individuals with food allergies, selective diets and digestive intolerances to enjoy the likings of Pizza Fusion.
Gluten free cheese pizza and that’s it.
Be sure to top your medium wheat free pizza with bacon cheeseburger, chicken broccoli alfredo, garlic cheese, and other toppings and styles, just to name a few.
Gluten free pizza for the win.
Enjoy a selection of gluten free pasta, broiled specialties, and even gluten free pizza.
The only bad thing about this menu is the fact that the gf pizza isn’t deep dish.
The pizza is “great, buttery, and smooth.”
Here are all the barbecue restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
Beef brisket, pulled pork, smoked turkey, and other incredible smoked barbecue goodies.
Chicken and ribs. And so much more. But only if you’re on a non-medical gluten free diet.
Award winning barbecue ribs. Nuff said.
Smoked wings, ribs, bbq chicken and homestyle sides highlight this gf menu.
There’s nothing better than hickory smoked ribs, bbq meat platters, pulled pork and classic sides. It’s finger licking good.
Steak and ribs. Need I continue?
Pub Style and Grills
Here are all the pub and grill restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
Steak, ribs, grilled chicken, and more.
Highlights include homestyle favorites such as porch chops and roasted turkey. Plus, there are quite a few gluten free soups for you to try.
Be sure to request a gluten free version of their menu that way you can try some tasty entrees like the oven roasted gluten free salmon, chicken and veggie quesadilla, veggie chick salad, and more.
Enjoy gluten free burgers, pizza, sandwiches, and specialty entrees
Try the vegetarian chili…because it’s the only gluten free chili on the menu.
Three gluten free options are better than zero. That’s all I can say.
Get yourself a premium cut steak, a serving of pulled pork, or a soul food combo while you cheer on your favorite sports teams.
Enjoy some safe and delicious farmhouse salads, as well as other great entree options.
Be sure to try some grill classics including bbq ribs, barbecue chicken, flat iron steak and more.
Steaks, sides, soups, and salads highlight this menu.
Try one their famous Chili, which is thankfully gluten free AND delicious.
Gluten free burgers, steaks, classic TGI entree favorites and so much more!
Get yourself a juicy burger on an Udi’s gluten free bun, some tasty BBQ ribs, and one of their grilled entree specialties.
Sandwiches, Deli, and Hot Dogs
Here are all the deli restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
Salads are probably the way to go unless you BYOB (bring your own bread)
Get a cheesesteak without the bun or opt for one of the different chicken flavors. Fries are only gf if you’re not Celiac.
Soup, salad, and bowl options for you to devour.
You can get a gourmet salad or breadless sandwich.
Three of their most popular subs can be made on a gluten free roll and on dedicated gluten free equipment in the kitchen.
You can get a brown sugar roasted port loin, as well as a few other chicken and fish entree. Just don’t get your hopes up for a gluten free panini.
Hands down the best gluten free sandwich shop around. Check out the menu to learn why!
You can sub out their normal roll for a gluten free sub roll. Also, most of their hot and cold sandwiches can be made gluten free with a few exceptions.
Delicious gluten free soup and salad optoins.
Bowls and bunless hot dogs are your best best along with the Greek Salad.
Soup, salad, milkshakes, and lot’s of meatless sandwich options.
If you must eat here, just get a subless sandwich of one of their many meat and protein choices.
Enjoy gluten free meat and salad options at this sandwich and wrap shop. No gluten free bread is available, however, you can still get a sandwich wrapped in lettuce.
The sundaes and milkshakes highlight this menu, as well as the broccoli cheese soup.
Gluten free prepackaged sub rolls 🙂
If bunless sandwiches are your thing, then Which Wich is perfect for you. Or you can opt for a lettuce bowl.
Salads and Healthy
Here are all the healthy restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
A salad bar where you can choose from a plethora of unique and tasty salad dressings, and “choppings”
Although you won’t find a gluten free sub roll here, you can still build a tasty bunless or lettuce wrapped sandwich as well as some fresh salads.
Almost everything you can order here salad-wise if gluten free!
Fresh build your own salad options including proteins, fresh greens, gluten free dressings, and other delicious salad bowl combinations.
Although you won’t find any gluten free soups here, you will be able to choose from some fresh prepared salads.
A fantastic selection of build your own salad toppings, premium ingredients, fresh dressings, and so much more healthy eats that’s also extremely vegan and allergen friendly.
Gluten free salads, toppings, dressings, and hot plates that you’ll enjoy eating.
Here are all the seafood restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
Flourless macadamia nut brownie, fresh seafood, and some delicious sides highlight this menu. Now only if they made a gluten free version of their Bang Bang Shrimp.
Yes, this is a restaurant based off the movie Forrest Gump. And in terms of the menu, most fresh fish dishes are completely gluten free.
Wild Alaskan Salmon, tilapia, and shrimp scampi can all be enjoyed off this menu.
As long as you opt for fresh seafood or the raw bar, you’re in the clear.
Where surf meets turf.
A ton of fresh seafood selections that you’ll enjoy.
Try the Grilled Pacific Salmon, Shrimp Scampi, Freshside Grille Salmon Entrée, or the Freshside Grille Shrimp Scampi Entrée.
Fresh fish and seafood is always the perfect options here, as well as the shrimp scampi. Plus, there’s also a flourless cheesecake.
Fresh seafood selections, delicious fish platters, and a Mexican inspired appetizers.
Here are all the steakhouses that offer gluten free menu options:
Can’t go wrong with angus beef.
Service is key here. If you call ahead, or at least tell your server that you have special dietary restrictions, the chef will personally create a menu for you. It’s so cool.
Opt for the prime rib and classic steak without frizzled onion toppings.
Steak almost at the level of Ruth’s Chris.
Just be sure to order your cheesesteak without a bun. And watch out for cross contamination due to a shared grill.
Broiled and scampi seafood, classic steaks, and grilled chicken highlight this menu.
Tiger shrimp, lobster, steak, filet mignon, and every side except rice pilaf will be at your disposal.
Although steak is usually gluten free, you will need to order your steaks from here without any seasoning or rubs just to ensure complete gluten free-ness.
As long as you don’t get the steak rub or sauce toppers, you’ll be fine with most steaks.
Quality cut steaks.
Juicy steak and awesome sides. Just no gluten free version of the blooming onion as of yet. That would be amazing if they did.
If you’re allergic to gluten, avoid this place at all costs. If not, then enjoy!
Lots of modifications must be done on the meals so it’s better to just opt for the all you can eat salad bar.
Premium cut steaks that are premium-ly priced.
You absolutely must try the bison, at least once.
16. Texas Roadhouse
Most, if not all, of their steaks are gluten free. Unfortunately, there are no gluten free roll options.
Fresh fish, prime rib, and some house specialties.
Traditional Cafe Style
Here are all the cafe style restaurants that offer gluten free menu options:
1. Au Bon Pain
Soups, premium salads, fresh fruit, and more. However, you won’t find any gf bakery goods here as of yet. But hopefully one day…
Soups, omelets, and bunless burgers highlight this menu.
It’s basically Thanksgiving dinner all year round. Turkey and rotisserie chicken, homestyle sides, and more.
Although you won’t find any gf baked goods, you will find a ton of delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner options for your enjoyment.
Be sure to tell the staff that you’re allergic to gluten or Celiac that way they can take extra care of your soup and bowls. (only if you’re allergic or sensitive)
Enjoy some premium salads, grilled meat specialties, and other goodies.
Speciality salads, cheese fries, chicken wings, and more.
Gluten free breakfast options, gluten free sandwiches and flatbreads, gluten free entrees, burgers, and so much more goodness.
Try some butternut polenta bites, african peanut soup, caribbean jerk salad, and other tasty options.
Gluten free pita bread and delicious roti and meat options you’ll love including grilled salmon and chicken.
Enjoy gluten free salad, soups, sides, and entrees at this cafe.
Desserts and Sweets
Here are all the bakeries, ice cream shops, and sweet shops that offer gluten free menu options:
Delicious classic ice cream flavors and even better seasonals.
All flavors are gluten free. Just be sure to avoid the cones at all cost.
Rich and thick ice cream, and refreshing sherbert.
Although the cold slab mixing area is susceptible to a lot of cross contamination (only an issue if you’re allergic) there are quite a few flavors, toppings, and combinations that you can get from here.
6he ballpark classic including popular flavors like cotton candy, bubblegum, peanut butter chip, banana spit, chocolate, vanilla, strawberry and more.
Enjoy one of 5 gluten free cupcake flavors including strawberry lava fudge. YUM.
Grab a milkshake, smoothies, or a cup of one of their premium and rich ice cream flavors.
Try one of many blended drinks and smoothies including some that are perfect for after a workout (protein powder smoothies and drinks)
Tons of gf frozen yogurt flavors with only a couple of them containing gluten.
Try some unique ice cream flavors including honey lavender, maple walnut, balsamic strawberry, and earl grey.
The menu features a plethora of fresh fruit smoothies as well as healthier versions of their smoothies.
Froyo on froyo on froyo.
Great greek yogurt with really fresh ingredients.
Another popular “cupcakery” that offers only one, but still delicious, gluten free cupcake – classic red velvet.
From apple pie a la mode flavored frozen yogurt and blackberry cobbler to razzle dazzle to jingleberry tart, you’ll find some incredibly unique and flavorful frozen yogurt and sorbet options.
Lot’s of great froyo flavors that have GF clearly marked on all ice cream machines. Just be careful when it comes to the toppings. Yes they may look tempting, but there’s always a chance of cross contamination.
EVERY SINGLE FLAVOR IS GLUTEN FREE. YES!
Experience over 60 different flavors of frozen yogurt and sorbet.
Enjoy both soft serve and hand scooped ice cream as well as some tasty syrups and toppings to go along with your sweet treat.
There are 30 frozen yogurt flavors. INSANE.
Coffee and Drinks
Here are all the coffee chains that offer gluten free menu options:
Although you will no longer find any more gluten free muffins and donuts due to a pull back, you can still enjoy their famous iced and regular coffees as well as other frozen drinks.
One of best things about smoothie shops is the fact that a majority of the flavors and blends are naturally gluten free. The hardest part now is just choosing between “rasmanian devil” and “lunar lemonade.”
Frappuccinos, iced coffee, latte, espresso shots, gluten free rice crispies treats, teas, and more. And don’t forget to get your next drink for free. Learn how by clicking here.
Great coffee, lattes, cappuccinos, teas and other cafe style favorites including soups and breakfast sandwiches.
Bonus Gluten Free Menus
Here are some bonus gluten free menu that you can check out especially if you love going to professional sport venues or airports.
- 100% Gluten Free Restaurants: Find every 100% gluten free restaurant across the nation all of which are listed and categorized by state. Check it out
- Airlines: Flying somewhere overseas anytime soon? If so, be sure to get yourself a gluten free meal at one of these global airlines.
- NFL Stadiums: Just because you’re on a gluten free diet doesn’t mean you can’t miss out on the classic hot dogs and beer. Thankfully these NFL stadiums have gluten free concession stands. YES!
- MLB Stadiums: Hot dogs, beer, sushi, BBQ, salads, and so much more. And oh yeah, did I mention that they’re all gluten free at these stadiums.
Eating Out Gluten Free at Restaurant Chains
You see, if you’re allergic to gluten or have Celiacs Disease, there are a few issues that you sometimes run into.
First, most major restaurant chains don’t offer an official gluten free menu. You’ll literally have to spend hours at a time looking at a restaurants nutrition and ingredients list manually crossing out unsuitable options for your diet. This is an annoying and painstaking task that should be done by no one, and I mean NO ONE.
And if restaurant does have a gluten free menu, they usually burry it in the archives of their websites where you’ll literally take hours of your life digging through it into you finally find the menu.
Second, if a restaurant does offer a gluten free menu the kitchen staff, servers, and management are either…
- uneducated – you know that time when your server teases you with a warm basket of fresh baked bread even after you clearly tell them that you are on a gluten free diet
- unaware of the gluten free menu – sometimes staff don’t even know that a gluten free menu at their restaurant even exists.
Third, certain restaurants are cross contamination havens – I mean seriously, some restaurants you go to are so dangerous for gluten free dieters (especially Celiacs) that their dining experience can be deadly.
It’s a nightmare.
Now if you’re on a gluten free diet for non medical reasons just to improve your overall health and feeling throughout your body, some of these issues (the second and third one) shouldn’t apply. It’s just trying to find a restaurant with suitable gluten free options, even if it’s just a plain salad with berry vinaigrette, which is sometimes pretty tricky too.
So hopefully, this listing helped you out!
Gluten Free Dining Tips
Dining out on a gluten free or wheat free diet (or even Paleo) can sometimes get pretty tricky. Below, you’ll find some of the best guides on how to truly master the art of gluten free dining. That way you can focus more on enjoying the food, and less on trying to find the RIGHT and SAFEST thing possible. These will change your life and save you a bunch of time. Plus, you might even reduce your chances of getting glutened significantly!
- 5 Tips for Flawless Gluten Free Dining: Learn how to eat out gf like a pro without any issues. Stress will no longer be a problem.
- How to Know if a Restaurant Has a Good Gluten Free Track Record: The last thing you’d want to do is go to a restaurant that has major issues accommodating guests with special dietary needs. This post will show you how to find the best restaurant possible.
- Gluten Free Restaurant Food Survival Guide: Eating out gluten free, especially if you’re allergic or Celiac can be a HUGE pain. This article will show you how to choose the best restaurant, communicate with restaurant staff clearly and effectively, choose the right meal, and other super helpful tips.
- 10 GF Dining Tips When Out of Town: Being out of your comfort zone or worse, zip code, could be a major issue when it comes to trying to find the best gf restaurant possible. Here’s how to make life a little bit easier.
- 5 Dangerous Foods that Could Gluten You and How to Avoid Them: Sometimes foods you least expect contain gluten. Don’t let them get to you. Here’s how!
- 5 Things to Do Before Eating Out: To ensure that your eating experience is as stress-free, safe, and delicious as possible, here are 5 things you must do before you go out to eat. Trust me, they’re so totally worth it.
- Choosing the Best GF Dishes: Some dishes are better, safer, and more delicious than others. This article will help you make the perfect choice.
- 7 Essential Gluten Free Dining Tips from the Pros: The pros in the gluten free blogosphere have chimed in. Here’s some of their best tips.
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