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Top Gluten Free Eats in Seattle

August 9, 2019

On our first edition of Gluten Free travels, we visit the wonderful city of Seattle. It’s surprising and pleasant all at once to see how gluten free friendly the Pacific Northwest is! Below you can find a short list of the places we visited and the items we enjoyed. This is not to say that these are the only gluten free places in Seattle (as there are quite a few), but these were the ones we chose to explore: Biscuit…

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Wine Flight Wednesday at top restaurants in the Grove

August 20, 2017

Coconut Grove Business Improvement District is launching “Wine Flight Wednesday” on Aug. 2 for locals and guests to “getaway” to new destinations through amazing wine and cuisine. Every week, attendees can feel like they’re jetting off to a new exotic locale – like Thailand, Italy, France and Greece – by dining at one of Coconut Grove’s gourmet restaurants. As a nod to the 33133 area code, guests can enjoy a wine flight or bottle with an appetizer for only $33.…

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The Butcher Shop

November 18, 2016

Tucked away on a side street in the heart of Wynwood is an establishment that knows a thing or two about meats: The Butcher Shop Beer Garden & Grill. Father and son duo Igor and Fred Niznik share a love for a proper steak and quality beers and have plentiful knowledge and experience in the industry. The family purchased an old fashioned butcher shop in West Palm Beach called Charlie’s and shortly thereafter, the idea of merging a butcher shop…

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City Tap House

October 28, 2016

Let’s face it… for us Celiac and gluten-intolerant few, it is hard to find a bar that will cater to our needs. It is even more difficult to find a bar that offers an array of gluten free beers and ciders (currently offering a GF pumpkin cider on tap!) as well as a full fledged gluten free menu. Well, the hunt is over. City Tap House in CityPlace (West Palm Beach) takes  care of the gluten-sensitive in full force. Click…

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Temple Street Eatery

January 25, 2016

Named after a very popular street in Hong Kong, China, Temple Street Eatery is an Asian-American restaurant with a “Chino-Latino” flair. Located in the F.A.T. Village in Ft. Lauderdale, FL., this fast-casual eatery, owned by Chefs Diego Ng and Alex Kuk, has been growing steadily over the past 18 months due to their unique twist on traditional Asian cuisine. Their mission is to create comfort foods reminiscent of their family’s home cooking that meets the affordability of traditional Southeast Asian street food.…

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