Best Area Restaurants for Gluten Free Menus

Best Area Restaurants for Gluten Free Menus

by Susan Neuhalfen

If any member of your family suffers from Celiac Disease, you know how difficult it can be to eat “gluten-free” at a restaurant. The good news is that more and more restaurants are offering gluten free menus to tackle just about any appetite. We’ve polled area residents and here are their top picks for gluten free menus:

    1. Palio’s Pizza Café*
    2. Savory Bistro (Bartonville Town Center)
    3. Fresco’s Mexicana*
    4. Fuzzy’s*
    5. Rockfish Seafood Grill (Highland Village Shopping Center)
    6. Red Robin*
    7. Sweet Basil Thai Bistro (just off Denton Square)
    8. Taco Ocho*
    9. Patrizio (Highland Village Shopping Center)
    10. Earl’s 377 (377 in Argyle)

*Indicates multiple locations that all offer their gluten free menu itemsThese menus came from Lantana residents who have family members that must eat gluten free. There are also suggestions from www.DelightfullyGlutenFree.com.

For more restaurants that offer gluten free menus, download the Find Me Gluten Free App on App Store and Google Play


Ranchman’s Steakhouse

We’re giving a special shout out to the Ranchman’s Steakhouse in Ponder. The owner suffers from Celiac Disease and was offering everything on his menu gluten free long before it was cool. He’s very concerned with cross-contamination so he asks that if you do plan to eat gluten free to call ahead and give notice as they set up a separate kitchen. The specialty is gluten free chicken fried steak. This place is the stuff of Texas legends and worth the trip every time.


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