This list of the best gluten-free restaurants in Denver was last updated on February 6, 2020. I get emails and messages from people all the time asking me for recommendations on things to do and eat (when they eat gluten-free) while they’re visiting Denver. Instead of sending my list of restaurants privately to people, I […]
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 […]