Serving mouth watering pizzas like Triple Roni (pepperoni, basil, truffle), Hot N Crumbled (spicy Italian sausage, ricotta, tomatoes) and Quattro Funghi Pie, (exotic mushrooms & porcini mushroom sauce) Fireside Pies—with locations in Dallas, Fort Worth, Grapevine and Plano—is a local favorite! Plus, we love that they serve gluten-free crusts upon request at an additional $4 cost. Click here to see their full menu.
Blaze’s fast-casual dining setup is perfect for curing “hanger” on the go. You walk in, choose the type of crust, (yes, they have GF ones!) the type of cheese, (they also have vegan cheese!) two or more toppings, and they’ll bake it for you in just 180 seconds! Find Blaza Pizza in Arlington, The Colony, Fort Worth and Frisco. View their full menu here.
GREAT AMERICAN HERO
Salami, ham and provolone: These are some of the makings of a great sandwich. However, the slices of bread they’re nestled between could keep those who are gluten-free from enjoying a good sandwich. Not in this fun and colorful Dallas eatery though! Gluten-free breads are available for an additional $2.08 (full menu here). Try The Great American Hero and The Italian!
SEVEN MILE CAFE
This health-conscious café in Denton is my go-to for gluten-free breakfast options. In addition to an extensive breakfast and lunch menu, you’ll find a variety of gluten-free options including sandwiches, burgers and pancakes. View the full menu here.
The eco-friendly, laid-back vibe at Liberty mixed with their diverse menu, makes this a family favorite. You can find Liberty throughout the DFW Metroplex and can select burgers with classic beef, lamb, ahi tuna or vegetarian patties. To top it off, Liberty serves gluten-free buns and spiked shakes (adults only) like The Mudslide!
SIX FLAGS OVER TEXAS
One of the hardest places to eat gluten-free is definitely at an amusement park. Lucky for DFW visitors, Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington offers a variety of options like bun-less burgers and even gluten-free salad dressings. Click here for more gluten-free items at Six Flags.
We usually come to this Dallas locale on the weekends for the $1 Bellinis/Mimosas during brunch. If you like cheesy white sauce, go for the Paglia e Fieno (peas, parmesan sauce, and prosciutto). Their Ziti al Telefono is also delicious! Not all menus can be substituted with gluten-free pastas, so check their menu before you go. Gluten-free pastas cost an additional $1.95.
Whether in Dallas, Fort Worth or Plano, each Taverna location welcomes you with a cozy, neighborhood restaurant feel. As for the pastas, try their Taglioni Scampi (with shrimp, white wine, and lemon caper butter sauce) and their Gnocchi Rustici (potato gnocchi with short rib ragu and parmesan). Gluten-free pastas cost an additional $2.
BREAD AND DESSERTS
As the name suggests, Unrefined Bakery (with locations in Dallas, Fort Worth and Frisco) serves various allergy-friendly desserts and baked goods that are peanut-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and even egg-free! Delight your sweet tooth with different cupcakes, cookies, pies and breads that you can take with you. My personal favorite is the gluten-free Chex Mix!
If you’re craving something sweet breakfast, head over to Kozy in Dallas for pancakes and french toasts that are gluten-free! Kozy also offers different gluten-free cakes and cookies that won’t disappoint.
Featured Image Courtesy: Facebook, Seven Mile Cafe