Glutie Foodie

Adventures of a Gluten-Free Gal Dining Out

Restaurants

Washington DC

B Too

BlackSalt Restaurant

Blue Duck Tavern

Cafe 8

Casa Luca

Central Michel Richard

District of Pi

Dough

El Centro D.F.

Goldilocks Goodies

Graffiato

HomeMade Pizza Co.

Kapnos

Kushi

Le Diplomate

Masa 14

Medium Rare

Menu/MBK

Mintwood Place

Open City

Pacifico Cantina

Perrys

Pitango Gelato

Pizzeria Paradiso

Pulpo

Rasika, Penn Quarter

Rice

Ripple

Roti Mediterranean Grill

ShopHouse

Sushiko

Table

The Chesapeake Room

Zaytinya

Maryland

8407 Kitchen Bar

Blue Moon Cafe

Cava Mezze Grill

Jackie’s Restaurant

Miss Shirley’s

Range

Redwood

Ridgewells Catering

Sushiko

Wildwood Kitchen

Virginia

Pizzeria Paradiso

The Curious Grape

The Green Spoon

The Happy Tart

Out of Town:

Boston

Barcelona

Israel

Aroma Cafe

Gehalim

Hippo Falafel

Machneyuda

Muscat

New York

Bistango

Philadelphia

HipCityVeg

Sweet Freedom

Zahav



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10 thoughts on “Restaurants

  1. Hello Glutie Foodie! Just saw your article on dcist.com. Firefly in Dupont has a gluten free menu and Jaleo does too. Both are yummy! And if you’re ever up in Baltimore Woodberry Kitchen is amazing! Awesome concept, done well and a great GF menu. Yum!!

    • Thanks for the great recommendations! I’ve been to Firefly and Jaleo and agree that they would make for excellent reviews. I have been wanting to try Woodberry Kitchen so thanks for the tip! I hope you continue to follow the blog and let me know if other restaurants come to mind.

  2. Hey,

    Love your blog! My best friend Dayna and I both live in the district, and have celiac disease. We find that we too have a hard time finding restaurants that are gluten friendly. I wanted to share one of our favorites with you, Zengo in chinatown. We both enjoyed the restaurant before we were diagnosed this summer, but when we found they had a gluten free menu, that actually had unique items other then chicken and vegetables, we both got really excited. They have things like peking daikon duck tacos, sushi, ect… Latin inspired food. They even offer a delicious gluten free soy sauce! the menu actually even has two pages, which I can’t say for too many places I’ve been.

    I highly recommend you try this restaurant. Thanks for the recommendations. I look forward to following your blog to discover some new great places.

    • Thanks for the comment, Chelsea! I do like Zengo as well. Glad to hear they started serving g-free soy sauce. Last time they did not have it and Ive been waiting for the addition. Its definitely on my to-be-reviewed list. Stay tuned….

      • Chelsea beat me to writing this review! Definitely highly recommended! 🙂 We also ate at La Tosca across the way in Chinatown, small tapas style Spanish plates that had quite a few dishes labeled Gluten Free on their menu. We had a few that I would recommend and the sangria that goes along with it is delicious. Looking forward to seeing more restaurants on your list can’t wait to try them all out!

  3. Chelsea beat me to writing on this blog! Yes, we were both overly excited about the gluten free soy sauce and the manager even started talking to us for about 10 minutes on our thoughts of the gluten free menu items. La Tosca across the way in Chinatown, small tapas style Spanish plates was quite good as well. They have gluten free items labeled on their menu and great for a quick bite, and to share some sangria pitchers. I came across the website forHappy Tart once and saw all of the items and am very excited to try it! Looking forward to staying tuned with your followings!

    • Another great restaurant to return to. I haven’t been back since going g-free. Thanks for the heads up. I hope you enjoy future reads! Don’t hesitate to continue sending me leads 🙂

  4. Not sure how far outside of the city you venture but there’s a chain called Not Your Average Joe’s (closest locations are Leesburg, VA and Gaithersburg, MD) that has a good GF menu. My favorite treat when going is that they do bread on the table with olive oil, parm cheese and red pepper flakes and you can get a GF version with your own dipping bowl. Love not having to share as it’s sooo tasty. 🙂

    • That sounds tasty! I know the chain quite well but did not know they do g-free bread with their famous dipping sauce. Dangerously unhealthy, unfortunately, but a good treat. Thanks for the heads-up.

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