Guests with special dietary needs can still eat at Disney’s many character dining experiences. Learn more and check out reviews in this post. Continue reading Gluten Free at Disney Character Dining
Over the holidays, I had the opportunity to make a quick day trip down to Steamboat Springs! Now, I’ve done a good job finding gluten free spots in Avon, CO (Beaver Creek/Vail area) where I lived for a bit, but Steamboat Springs is a bit more remote. While there aren’t many places to stop, the drive from Avon to Steamboat is absolutely stunning. Since it … Continue reading Gluten Free in Steamboat Springs, CO
There are so many great restaurants in Disney for food allergies. While the Brown Derby has gluten and dairy free options, it’s not my favorite. Learn why in today’s post! Continue reading Gluten and Dairy Free at the Brown Derby!
A meal with a view! Coral Reef allows you to look out over the aquarium in EPCOT as you dine. There’s quite a few gluten and dairy free options. Read more in my review! Continue reading Gluten and Dairy Free at Coral Reef in Disney!
Palæo is my favorite dedicated gluten free restaurant in Copenhagen- perfect for any celiac! Learn more about this unique, paleo dining experience in this week’s Travel Review post. 🙂 Continue reading Palæo Review (100% Gluten Free in Copenhagen)
After my celiac diagnosis, I never thought I would find an Italian restaurant where I could eat, not to mention enjoy their gluten free and dairy free options. Check out this review of Papa Razzi to see if you want to eat here too. Continue reading Gluten Free Review of Papa Razzi (From a Celiac)
Step back in time to the premiere of Snow White, a night where everyone was dressed to impress. That’s exactly where this replica of the Carthay Circle Theatre takes you as you enter the restaurant in the center of Disney’s California Adventure. Except, of course, you’ll be in your theme park clothes. Continue reading A Celiac at Carthay Circle Restaurant in California Adventure!
Ask any blogger, and she probably has at least one blogging friend she would like to meet in person. Now, ask any celiac blogger, and she will tell you that she cannot WAIT to meet someone who is just “like” herself. Okay, maybe, you aren’t identical, but you’re more similar than your local friends. With a rate of 1/133, it’s unlikely that your nearby friends have celiac disease too. Next, add on any extra … Continue reading Celiac Review of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que (Rochester, NY)
Here’s a review of many dedicated gluten free establishments in Portland and Seattle. These include juiceries, bakeries, and restaurants! Enjoy! Continue reading Gluten Free in the Pacific Northwest
Driving up the coast of California is such an eye-opening experience as you see the scenery change from red rocks and sand to luscious green vineyards and forests. As the third largest and the most populous state, California has a lot to offer. I loved the state’s diverse array of tourist attractions too, including hiking to the Hollywood sign, visiting the Full House house (that is … Continue reading Gluten Free in California