Support Black Business With Delicious Gluten Free Food!

Written by Alia Sinclair on

black history month black business eating black dishes
It is Black History month and we are so excited to amplify the voices of some local black-owned restaurants while feeding our gluten free community! Seattle has a small but mighty gluten free restaurant community so we included other POC restaurants that cater to gluten free dietary restrictions. These amazing restaurants are delicious no matter what month it is, but we especially wanted to shine a well-deserved light on their incredible gluten free food during black history month.
Island Soul, Rum Bar & Soul Shack is a family-owned business that has been operating for 15 years. They serve Caribbean-inspired soul food, fusing native Caribbean foods with traditional soul food from Louisiana Bayou. They have a wide array of gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options on their menu including spicy appetizers, jerk and curry chicken, and an array of sides. They are currently offering contactless pick-up so you can enjoy safely.
emerald city fish and chips
Emerald City Fish & Chips offers good old fashioned Southern cooking with a Pacific Northwest twist. Founded by Stevie Allen in the Winter of 2009, Emerald City Fish & Chips is proud to serve Alaskan cod, halibut, catfish, and salmon. The best part? All fish and chips on the menu are gluten free! If you’ve been missing fried fish since being on a gluten free diet, this is the place for you to be! Currently offering take-out and online ordering.

Osteria la Spiga

Osteria la Spiga

Osteria la Spiga was founded with the vision of bringing authentic northern Italian cuisine to Seattle. Founded by Chef Sabrina Tinsley and her husband, Pietro Borghesi, Osteria la Spiga is an inviting neighborhood spot where guests enjoy delectable cuisine and the company of good friends. Dining at Osteria la Spiga is like enjoying an evening in Italy without having to leave your own city. All pasta is hand-made in house and gluten free pasta is available for substitution. End your meal with a glass of wine and a slice of flourless chocolate hazelnut cake and Osteria la Spiga will quickly become one of your favorite dining spots. Currently open for limited indoor dining (max 6 per party) and patio "pod" dining for the adventurous (max 5 per pod; dress warmly!). Reservations required.

Mojito

mojito seattle
Mojito serves Latin American and Cuban cuisine to the greater Seattle area and has been doing so for the past 18 years. They offer an array of gluten free appetizers, entrees and desserts and are currently open for take-out and delivery. Treat your taste buds with these authentic Latin delights and spice up your next event with Mojito catering!

Let us know which of these incredible restaurants you have tried and share any you would like to add!

For further reading on gluten free options while dining out, see our post: Gluten-Free Seattle: Hot Spots for Eating Out Gluten-Free.



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