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I just made plans to take my wife and son to Seattle. They have never been there, and I love it. Now that I am gluten-free, does anybody have any restaraunt suggestions? I like to eat a lot of salmon when there :D

Walt

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you can do a search for past posts about this topic, to get other suggestions. where in Seattle are you staying? (I don't want to recommend something in Bothell if you're staying downtown without a car. :) )

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We're staying downtown, but have a car. Last time I stayed in Belleview. Nice area.

Walt

Hi, I hope this isn't too late. I am from Seattle, we just moved away a year ago.

DaVinci Bakery and Cafe is 100% gluten-free.

Da Vinci Bakery and Cafe

10003 Greenwood Ave N.

Seattle, WA

Phone: 206-782-5735

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Hi, I hope this isn't too late. I am from Seattle, we just moved away a year ago.

DaVinci Bakery and Cafe is 100% gluten-free.

Da Vinci Bakery and Cafe

10003 Greenwood Ave N.

Seattle, WA

Phone: 206-782-5735

Here's another one (below). The executive chef, Patrick Ahern, is the husband of "Gluten-Free Girl" if you've ever seen her great blogspot (she's also written a cookbook).

He has worked hard to make their menu gluten-free.

Impromptu Wine Bar Cafe

4235 E. Madison St.

Seattle, WA 98112

ph. 206.860.1569

There's always Anthony's on Pier 66 at the waterfront too for fantastic salmon! It's a nice place and I'm sure they would accomodate you, although they are not gluten-free per se.

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pizza fusion just opened on Capitol hill. Gluten free girl's husband is a chef at a restaurant, if you go to her blog she has a link to it. Also somewhere in Wiki they have gluten free listing of places to eat.

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Hi, I hope this isn't too late. I am from Seattle, we just moved away a year ago.

DaVinci Bakery and Cafe is 100% gluten-free.

Nope. Not too late. I went there the first day, and got some bread pudding and two muffins. All were great. The owner sent me to Romio's pizza, just down the street and I had a great grilled eggplant parm sandwhich. The bakery was so good I went back to grab some muffins for the airplane ride. All were very good.

I also had a nice meal at the SkyCity on top of the space needle. Had the Pan-seared tuna with wasabi mashed potatoes, and the special sundae in a bowl with dry ice underneath. Very expensive but a lot of fun. We went just before dark and watched the lightsd come on while we dined.

Also ate at Taco Delmar which has a gluten-free menu. It was OK. Not as good as Chipotle for that type of food.

I did not make it to Impromptu. Ran out of time.

Thanks for the tips.

Walt

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Wild Ginger - very yummy - can accommodate gluten-free needs.

I saw this place in my tourist guide. I would have like to try it, but ran out of time, and room in my stomach to put everything. I did have a nice Chinese meal at Four Seasons in Chinatown.

Walt

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A friend of mine (also suffering from celiac) lives in Seattle and when I visited him we also went to Da Vinci - was nice there :-)

He knows all gluten-free restaurants in the area - so if you are still interested send me a pm or check out his contact information on his homepage. I bet he would be happy to give some information!

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