All the restaurants listed below are dedicated gluten free (as of my last visit). This is the safest type of dining environment for someone with celiac disease! Do you have any favorites? Let me know below and maybe I’ll make my way there some day too!

Australia

  • Ruby’s Organic Cafe (Adelaide, SA): Review
  • Strange Grains Gluten Free Bakery (WA): Review Coming Soon
  • The Paelo Place (Caloundra, QLD): Review Coming Soon

Canada

Denmark

United Kingdom

United States

Arkansas

  • Dempsey Bakery (Little Rock): Review

California

Colorado

  • Coquette’s Bistro and Bakery (Colorado Springs): Review
  • Quiero Arepas (Denver Food Truck): Review

Georgia

  • Juicy Jenny (Atlanta): Review

Louisiana

  • FARE (New Orleans): Review
  • Superfood Bar (New Orleans)*: Review

Massachusetts

  • Dorset Café (Wellesley): Review Coming Soon
  • Mother Juice (Cambridge): Review
  • Revolution Juice (Boston): Review
  • Twist Bakery and Café (Millis)Review

Maryland

  • Sweet 27 Bakery (Baltimore): Review

Missouri

  • T. Loft (Kansas City): Review

Nevada

New Jersey

  • Squirrel and the Bee (Short Hills): Review

New York

  • Babycakes NYC (NYC): Review
  • Hu Kitchen (NYC): Review
  • Jennifer’s Way Bakery (NYC): Review
  • The Little Beet (NYC): Review
  • Tu-Lu’s Gluten Free Bakery (NYC): Review

Oregon

Pennsylvania

  • Agno Grill (Philadelphia): Review
  • Farmer’s Keep (Philadelphia): Review
  • Gangster Vegan Organics (Norristown): Review
  • Oasis (Wayne): Review
  • P.S. and Co. (Philadelphia): Review
  • Pure Sweets (Philadelphia): Review

Texas

  • McPherson Cellars (Lubbock)*: Review

Washington

* Unlike blue restaurants, which are dedicated gluten free. Purple restaurants are close to being dedicated gluten free, but not quite. However, these are not your typical gluten-serving restaurants. Each blog post will explain in more detail!