As the summer is winding down and the evenings get cooler, enjoying a nice gluten-free dinner out in Seattle sounds better and better.
For the gluten-free person though, eating out can be the cause of a lot of anxiety. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of great gluten-free hot spots you can enjoy without fear!
Below are some of our favorites. We hope you’ll enjoy them too!
Duke’s Seafood prides themselves on serving 100% sustainable seafood that is always fresh and delicious.
Even better, they have a gluten-free menu that offers appetizers, salads, a variety of seafoods and 5 different types of chowder that are simply to die for.
If you’re looking for some amazing gluten-free seafood, Duke’s is the place for you!
Let’s face it, when then craving for pizza hits, it hits HARD.
Razzi’s has you covered! Not only do they have an extensive gluten free menu that includes a vast array of pizzas and pastas, but they’ve also expanded in to recipes for those with lactose intolerance and have an entire menu serving the vegan community.
Touting a traditional menu on top of all of that, Razzi’s is a great choice for a group outing of people with a variety of dietary needs and preferences ready to hit up a Seattle hot spot!
If you’re craving something with a little more spice, Manu’s Bodega offers some simply amazing Dominican Republic street food.
Their empanada dough is handmade from yuccas making them all gluten-free! If that wasn’t enough, they also offer GF rice and meat bowls and fresh salads.
Café Flora is a dining experience for all of the senses.
A complete vegetarian restaurant with a slew of gluten-free options, Café Flora marries the taste of its exquisite cuisine with natural sunlight, a bubbling fountain, and exotic greenery in its garden atrium right off the main dining room.
This is a must-see for out-of-towners seeking out gluten-free Seattle and a place to visit often for anyone living in the city.
Get a taste of the South in Pike Place at Honest Biscuits, where (we kid you not) they serve THE BEST gluten-free biscuits we have ever tasted!
Eat your piping hot biscuit straight up with butter, jam, or honey, or get it served with a heaping helping of a protein-rich lentil based gravy that is both gluten-free and vegan. You can’t go wrong here, we promise!
What are your favorite gluten-free restaurants in Seattle?