Holistic Approach to Wellness

Gluten Free – Allergy Friendly Restaurants

GF Registry

www.glutenfreeregistry.com
“Our mission at the Gluten Free Registry™ is to put people and gluten-free friendly restaurants, bakeries, caterers, grocers and more together. Utilize our free, searchable database of over 5,100+ gluten-free friendly business locations to find one near you or your travel destination. Also available on your mobile phone at www.gfregistry.” 

Gluten-Free Restaurant Awareness Program of North America (GFRAP)
www.glutenfreerestaurants.org
This program is sponsored by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). It is a well-organized program designed to have restaurants voluntarily participate in providing information for an easier gluten-free dining experience. As of March, 2008 there were 1287 restaurants participating.

Wikicities site for gluten free dining
celiac.wikia.com
This site (established 6/05) by Alice allows anyone to add celiac-friendly restaurants to the list. It is free and all info on it can be freely distributed. Restaurants are organized by U.S. state groups. Addtionally, it provides website links to other sites that give information about local GF dining both in the U.S. and well as other countries.

Gluten Free Passports
www.glutenfreepassport.com
This site translates several helpful sentences into each of several different languages. They also give other helpful traveling tips.

SillyYaks (Celiacs)
www.yahoogroups.com
You must first register with the Yahoo group called SillyYaks to be able to access the group’s free restaurant listings of over 120 restaurants. As of August 2004 it is in PDF format, which can be easily printed or downloaded onto a pocket PC. The restaurants are located nation-wide. The site is maintained by Melanie Katz, and also includes active interactive postings by members, a recipe file, and much more.

Foodie Bytes
www.foodiebytes.com
This site allows you to select “gluten free” in one search window, and a city in the other. It is hit or miss as far as which cities have something listed.

Gluten-Free Restaurant Awareness Program of North America (GFRAP)
www.glutenfreerestaurants.org
This program is sponsored by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). It is a well-organized program designed to have restaurants voluntarily participate in providing information for an easier gluten-free dining experience. As of March, 2008 there were 1287 restaurants participating.

Celiac Handbook
http://www.celiachandbook.com/
This website provides free celiac/gluten-free related information, including a listing of gluten free restaurants throughout the world

*Thank you www.glutenfreeinsd.com for your contribution

GLUTEN-FREE DINING TIPS SHEET

How do you explain to a restaurant that you’re gluten-free? Telling your server is an important first step, but it can also help to have a resource to make sure that the restaurant understands how to proceed once you make that gluten-free request.

This tip sheet – “Dining Out Tips from NFCA” – walks you through a number of important questions that can help you determine if a restaurant is properly prepared to meet your gluten-free needs. This guide cannot guarantee a safe meal, but it can help you feel more confident and comfortable when speaking with the staff about their gluten-free options.

Bonus: On the right hand side of the sheet, there is a slip you can sign, tear off and leave with the restaurant to recommend that they get gluten-free training.

Download: Gluten-Free Dining Out Tips from NFCA

San Diego Gluten Free Restaurants

Aubrey Rose Tea Room,

If there is a restaurant or additional information that might be helpful please send us a note info@karmic-health.com or call us at 760.685.3145

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