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Eating In San Francisco: Wharf, Business District And Sausalito

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I eat at Mixt Greens everyday, but I'm not sure if that qualifies as not $$$$$. Bistro burger is pretty good about burgers with no buns, but beware the fries. They are CC, no matter how many times the stoner at the register tells you they are ok. The Indian place in Embarcadero 2 is pretty good, I haven't gotten sick ordering simple "safe" dishes and I am super sensitive. SF soup company is good about labeling stuff gluten-free or not, but its good to check ingredients just in case.

Everything else that comes to mind is super expensive, like Kokkari and the places in the Ferry Building. I don't get over to Sausalito much, sorry, I work downtown but I live in the East Bay (Been to Mariposa Bakery yet?)

I go to Mixt green about 4 days a week, but I run out early to buy it before the rush and then eat it at my desk later. They are really good about CC if you tell them you are gluten intolerant (especially the one on Sansome, they know me by name). They will even go get fresh stuff from the back if someone accidentally dropped a crouton in something. Grabbing the bread to put on the salad is ingrained though, so you may have to catch them at the end. Also, they will change their gloves if prompted.

Would love to know where you're eating in the area now, would hate to think I was missing something nummy.

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I don't get up to Sausalito much anymore, but they have a Molly Stone's grocery store.

When I worked on Fremont St. downtown, my gluten-free coworker and I used to go to Soup Freaks a lot. I don't remember if he emailed them first or called ahead, but they do know what is in their stuff. I'd double check the ingredients, but several months ago he always got the chili. They have yummy salads with meat on them.

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I eat at Mixt Greens everyday, but I'm not sure if that qualifies as not $$$$$. Bistro burger is pretty good about burgers with no buns, but beware the fries. They are CC, no matter how many times the stoner at the register tells you they are ok. The Indian place in Embarcadero 2 is pretty good, I haven't gotten sick ordering simple "safe" dishes and I am super sensitive. SF soup company is good about labeling stuff gluten-free or not, but its good to check ingredients just in case.

Everything else that comes to mind is super expensive, like Kokkari and the places in the Ferry Building. I don't get over to Sausalito much, sorry, I work downtown but I live in the East Bay (Been to Mariposa Bakery yet?)

I go to Mixt green about 4 days a week, but I run out early to buy it before the rush and then eat it at my desk later. They are really good about CC if you tell them you are gluten intolerant (especially the one on Sansome, they know me by name). They will even go get fresh stuff from the back if someone accidentally dropped a crouton in something. Grabbing the bread to put on the salad is ingrained though, so you may have to catch them at the end. Also, they will change their gloves if prompted.

Would love to know where you're eating in the area now, would hate to think I was missing something nummy.

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I don't get up to Sausalito much anymore, but they have a Molly Stone's grocery store.

When I worked on Fremont St. downtown, my gluten-free coworker and I used to go to Soup Freaks a lot. I don't remember if he emailed them first or called ahead, but they do know what is in their stuff. I'd double check the ingredients, but several months ago he always got the chili. They have yummy salads with meat on them.

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Beware Soup Freaks, they just had the audacity to tell me that their Matzo balls are gluten-free. San Francisco Soup company states gluten-free or not right on the daily soup menu though.

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