Dining in Denver and can’t eat gluten? Read my comprehensive list of the best gluten-free restaurants in Denver. This post was last updated on November 2020. Restaurants that have closed due to Covid have been removed. Please inquire at each restaurant to ensure no details in this article have changed. The best information on each restaurant […]
Traveling While Gluten-Free
Whenever I travel to a new city, I'm always scoping out the gluten-free food. This section details some of my travels. Read this article before you go on a cruise, and enjoy eating from all the restaurants I found in Denver, London or even Amsterdam!
This post about gluten-free restaurants in Amsterdam contains affiliate links. During my six week stay in London, I had the privilege of taking a weekend trip to Amsterdam. Amsterdam is only 3.5 hours, by train, from London, and I must say, the train is a very pleasant and relaxing experience (minus the waiting in a […]
This post about gluten-free restaurants in London contains affiliate links. I am updating this post as I eat my way through London June 3-July 13, 2018. Last updated July 11, 2018 I’m traveling for the next six weeks and am looking for as many gluten-free restaurants in London as I can find. Of course, as […]
This post about gluten-free restaurants in Paris contains affiliate links. I spent six weeks of the summer of 2018 living in London. During our visit, we took two side trips – one to Paris and one to Amsterdam. In this article, I share with you where I ate in Paris. While Paris sound dreamy, I […]
This post about what’s gluten-free at Denver International Airport contains affiliate links. This article is dedicated to helping you find out what’s gluten-free at Denver International Airport (DIA). Traveling is already challenging enough, but for those of us who are gluten-challenged, trying to find safe dining options is even harder and sometimes downright frustrating! So […]
Navigating special events when you’re gluten free isn’t easy. You have to consider the event, the guests, the hosts, and your personal situation. Last week, I attended my friend’s son’s Bar Mitzvah in Minneapolis, far from my home in Denver. While I normally stay in a hotel with a kitchen or kitchenette, this time we […]