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Hi everyone, just wanted to share our amazing success in eating out in Seattle on our recent vacation. We were traveling with two kids and my DH all of whom are gluten-free.

We ate successfully at:

Blackbird Bakery (yummy gluten-free berry muffins, chocochip cookies, and even fresh bread and rolls) and Casa Rojas (chips are freshly made and gluten-free) in Bainbridge.... Town and Country Market was great too, as is Central Market in Poulsbo. Mora Ice Cream, right behind the bakery even has gluten-free cones (albeit for $4.50 for a single scoop)

There is a great mexican restaurant on the steps from the waterfront to Pike Place Market maybe called El Puerco Lloron (chips here are not ok, but most everything else is... yummy freshly made corn tortillas were really a hit with my kids)

Cinnamon Bakery in Pike Place had gluten-free items my kids loved, but yikes, they were soooo expensive! $13 for three cookies...

Dinner at PF Changs in Westlake Center was great as usual. They made great substitutions for my kids to have gluten-free kids meals (there are no kid meals on the gluten-free menu). They happily ate chicken fried rice and pad thai noodles with chicken.

Garlic Jim's pizza was fantastic. I can't speak for the other locations, but West Seattle was fabulous. We had their pizza three times during the 2.5 weeks there. The kids would have eaten there every day if we had let them.

Anacortes.... go to Adrift Restaurant. They have a gluten-free menu and made great accommodations for the kids there too. The french fries are baked and therefore gluten-free and yummy too... a huge hit for the girls. My husband had the curried salmon with mashed sweet potatoes and said it was one of the best meals he has had anywhere. AMAZING!!!

Island's Inn in Anacortes provided us with gluten-free granola and let us bring our own waffles for their breakfast. Carol was so sweet to us there. The Market at Anacortes had a great gluten-free section too, and was the first place we spotted the new Betty Crocker cake mixes.

The co-op in Mt Vernon had great gluten-free supplies and even the Hagen's market there had pancake mix and more when we decided we wanted to bake while we were there.

Thanks Seattle for a great trip with full and happy bellies........ it was great!

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Thanks! That will be a big help..

Now just to figure out if gluten is the culprit.

It's nice to know how many options there are now!

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