Welcome to Gluten Free Guide HQ!

Hey, what’s up? Welcome to Gluten Free Guide HQ by Urban Tastebud and if you ever asked yourself:

  • “What restaurants offer gluten free options?”
  • “Are there any restaurants that almost eliminate the risk of cross-contamination?”
  • “What on earth can I eat at McDonalds, Taco Bell, or any other fast food restaurant?”
  • “Since I’m a Celiac, can I eat out safely?”
  • “How can I eat at a restaurant comfortably without getting sick?”
  • “Where can I get a juicy cheeseburger on a freshly baked bun?”

Or if you’ve ever just needed to just get awesome, trustworthy gluten free dining information… …You’re in the RIGHT place!

Eating out can be hard…we make it easier

Gluten free dining is so difficult.

Most restaurants never list their gluten free options, the waiters/waitresses have no clue what a gluten free diet is, and the chefs sometimes never know how to prepare a gluten free meal without cross contamination.

This can make eating out for you literally impossible.

But that’s where this website comes in.

We decided to help you gluten free foodies out by listing complete gluten free menus from almost all major eating establishments.

You will discover gluten free menus from most major fast food and table-service restaurants across the U.S. along with some other popular establishments like coffeeshops, ice cream shops, bakeries, and more.

Plus, you’ll get some killer dining tips as well as some awesome gluten free restaurant guides that we know will help make eating out GF a whole lot easier for you.

Click here to subscribe to my mailing list and get new menus every week.

Essentially, we’re just your gluten free restaurant middle man.

We researched and discovered all the gluten free restaurant menus available and we brought them all to one, easy to navigate, straightforward website- just for you.

That’s just how much we here at Urban Tastebud and Gluten Free Guide HQ care about our gluten free readers.

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Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could go to any restaurant and immediately know what you can and can’t eat within a matter of seconds?

Sounds too good to be true right?

Wrong! This is now possible with the help of the Urban Tastebud Pro Gluten Free Restaurants and Dining Guide.

This guide will provide you with access to over 250 complete gluten free restaurant menus from major restaurant chains across the nation.

Plus, you’ll even discover some of the best 100% gluten free restaurants across the U.S., gluten free airline menus, gluten free dining tips, and so much more info that you definitely don’t want to miss out.

Want to learn more?

Click here to learn more about our brand new GF Restaurant + Dining Guide.

Thanks again for stopping by!

We look forward to seeing you on the site.


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  1. Cherilyn Harris says

    Best of luck to you, it was a lucky accident I tripped into your site. I had given up on the other sites, which are usually outdated and woefully incomplete. I am hopeless with e-mail, but rest assured I plan to bookmark and follow your site. Also nice to see a face instead of a nameless mystery diner.

    A bit of info to share from Portland, Oregon:

    The Subways here in Portland are cheerful — even when their precautions hold up a busy lunch line – they are extremely careful. I don’t know how things will be once they get casual, but at the moment they are so well trained they tried to educate ME. 😉

    Portland features both Deschutes Brewery and the McMennamin brewpub chain, we have had excellent luck with their burgers and fries, and they feature gluten free beer. It is great to find a juicy burger, instead of a dry burger on fall-apart or cardboard bread. Both places have it just right.

    The Pizzicato chain in Portland is friendly – especially the PSU college quad location. One of the few places you can order your own combo by the slice.

    Pastinni is friendly and reasonably priced, but they occasionally get it wrong, look out for “soft” penne and a larger serving, a clue they might have mixed up the pastas.

    And Tula’s Bakery is good enough we have to call early in the day to get them to hold items, they prefer selling running out to selling day old.

    Portland is pioneering a lot of celiac friendly places, check us out if you are on the West Coast. We are very proud of the carts at the Saturday Farmer’s Market — where you will find us fighting off the out-of-towners for Salvador Molly’s steaming hot tamales.

    Looking forward to checking out some of your recommendations.

    • Adam Bryan says

      These are some great gluten-free dining options you provided Cherilyn! I’ll need to look into these restaurants and maybe even create a new blog post for it. And thanks for the compliments about my site. I’ll be sure to keep the menus updated as frequently as possible. Once again, thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  2. Gluten Free says

    Thank you so much for this site, I was recently diagnosed and it’s all still very confusing, we travel and I was avoiding some of the restaurants because I thought they would not have anything for me to eat.
    Thanks again for taking the time to put this site together, I have bookmarked and will be returning again.

    • Adam Bryan says

      No problem Wilma! I’m glad that I was able to make eating out a little more possible. And I can’t wait to see you on the site soon!

  3. Toniann Hamilton says

    Just found you by accident. Will be getting those guides. I have been gluten free for 8 years this month and I am thrilled with the progress, but there is still a long way to go. Don’t know if you have Woodman’s in Essex, MA in your guide…but if you don’t, you should. They have always been totally gluten free (except for the crab cakes and onion rings) and the food is phenomenal!!!

    • Adam Bryan says

      Toniann, I’m definitely going have to check out Woodman’s. And thank you so much for the support!!!

  4. says

    Thanks Adam for your site! I mentioned you in my blog. Thought my readers could benefit from your menu guides. Makes life much easier to eating out:)

  5. Kay H. says

    Love your site! I think I signed up correctly for your blog – kind-of new at this.

    • Adam Bryan says

      Thanks so much Kay! And I went ahead and checked to see if you signed up correctly. You’re all set!

  6. Jessica Harrison says

    Hey Adam!

    I just found out that I was gluten intolerant about 4 months ago and since then, it’s been rough. I got so sick I had to quit my job and about to receive gallbladder surgery. I haven’t been able to eat out once and just stay at home when my family goes. I have had so much trouble trusting restaurants so I just buy certified gluten free foods from the store. I’ve eaten the same things for breakfast lunch and dinner since march. It’s been awful. With me reading your blog and seeing everyone’s feedback I really think I can trust your judgement and feel as if I can finally go on a limb and finally feel normal again eating things I once loved. Thank you so much!

    • Adam Bryan says

      Hi Jessica!

      Wow, that seemed like a tough and painful past 4 months. I’m just so glad that you are now able to go out and eat in confidence thanks to the awesome reader feedback, suggestions, tips, and ultimately, gluten free menus. Gaining your trust, and the trust of all my readers truly means the world to me. Thanks for the feedback!

  7. Marie-Ève Bergeron says

    Hello Adam, I am going on a business trip to Florida (I’m Canadian). I am looking at buying one of your book to take with me to help me determine which restaurants I can eat at. Which one should I buy – Gluten free guide to restaurant chains or Gluten free guide to fast food restaurants? I will buy it throught Amazon so I cannot see what is the difference between the two. I need to find restaurants where I can eat quickly. I don’t necessarily need the whole menu just to know they will be option for me there. What’s your advice? Thanks! Marie-Eve

  8. Dora says

    Hi Adam,
    Just wondering if there is a way to search for a restaurant on your site? Thanks for all you do!