Sunday, February 6, 2011

New Contributor

Hi Greenville. I'm hoping we can all create a resource for those of us living gluten free here in Pirate Town. My son is quite intolerant, as am I, but neither of us are Celiac. I say this to tell you that I cannot vouch for cross-contamination at restaurants, as we are not so sensitive that we would be able to tell. Please feel free to email me comments, suggestions, and tips that you know of for staying gluten free here in Greenville!

Greenville is getting de-glutened slowly but surely. I want to start out with a list of a few restaurants that I know of that are serving gluten free items:

-Michaelangelo's Pizza, both locations (Firetower and Evans), has gluten free pizza! I didn't see it on the menu but if you request it, it's there.

-O'Charley's will give you, by request, a print out of all of their menu items, complete with possible allergy items (eggs, soy, gluten, dairy, etc.). I was so excited to uncover that cheat sheet!!

-LoYo Local Yogurt has gluten free frozen yogurt. Toppings, on the other hand, you will have to use your good judgement for.

I am looking forward to adding to the list as I find more restaurants. Feel free to email me your suggestions!
Em

5 comments:

Jessica said...

I work at the Tipsy Teapot and have been gf for over 3 years. The praline dessert bars there are gf and vegan (for those of us with lactose intolerance as well), as are the black bean salad, and the tortilla chips. Often we use Sunchips for the nachos, but have tortilla chips on hand-just ask :)

Jessica said...

I'd love to become a contributor on the blog if you're looking for additional members.

Thanks,

Jess

Zach said...

Jess,
Just email me.
glutenfreeraleigh@gmail.com

Carrie said...

Basil's on Fire Tower rd on Greenville has great gluten free dishes.

Dori St. Amant said...

The Scullery in uptown is wonderful. Although there is no GF menu, I always order something that appears to be GF and ask the server to check with the chef first. If it isn't GF he'll modify it to make sure it is. I've eaten here many times and have had nothing but wonderful experiences (and I am very sensitive). One of the servers even understands celiac!