One of my favorite fast-casual restaurants is hands down Modmarket. They have delicious salads, sandwiches, soups and pizzas – many which are naturally gluten free or can be easily prepared gluten free. Usually when I go to Modmarket I order the Farmer’s Salad – it’s so good with fresh greens, corn, and grapes or strawberries (depending on what’s in season). The Farmer’s salad is always topped with warm grilled chicken that is seasoned to perfection. The salad is filling and naturally gluten free!
During a recent outing to Modmarket in Greenwood Village with my family, I decided to veer from my usual order and try Modmarket’s gluten free pizzas. I ordered the 3-cheese pizza made with a 3 cheese blend, organic red sauce, and a gluten free dough. Even though I know Modmarket is good about feeding people with allergies, I always ask for “gluten-free prep” – it just means they’ll change their gloves and handle the order carefully to minimize the risk of cross contamination, which I worry about when it comes to pizza preparation.
The pizza came out within minutes and my mouth was watering. After one bite, I knew my pizza craving was being satisfied! The crust was thin-yet-soft, the sauce was flavorful, and you just can’t go wrong with delicious melted cheese. I ate half the pie and was stuffed – the portions at Modmarket are always plentiful!
My husband ordered the Fiesta salad. It looked so good too and I was tempted to try it because it appeared to be naturally gluten free, but he did not request “gluten free prep” so I decided not to risk feeling sick. I’m happy to report, however, that my husband loved the salad! You can see off to the side of the photo below that my daughter ordered the Basil Chicken sandwich. She loves the fresh grilled chicken and Ciabatta bread (obviously not gluten free!).
I highly recommend Modmarket to anyone following a gluten free diet and to the Celiac community too. I always feel fine after eating there and the variety is enticing and exciting!
Disclosure: The creator of Good for You Gluten Free works with Modmarket through a different company affiliation. All opinions in this post are honest and were unsolicited by Modmarket. Good for You Gluten Free’s writer ate at Modmarket at her own time and expense.