5 Seattle Gluten-Free Spots We’re Loving Right Now 

For those who are celiac, dining out can be a bit of a minefield when it comes to finding truly gluten-free options.  And if you’re just looking to cut back on bread (easier said than done), it can feel like a salad is your only option at times. Luckily, Seattleites have a number of tasty (really) options -- so grab your GF and check out these delicious GF spots!

Nuflours
For those of you gluten-free friends with a sweet tooth, you can have your cake and eat it too. Nuflours’ specialty is bakery goods and sweet treats, all crafted in a 100% GF kitchen. Since opening, they’ve expanded to offer breakfast and lunch, too. Nuflours is centrally located on Capitol Hill and well worth a visit.

Razzi's Pizzeria
Pizza + bread seem pretty inseparable. But fear not, pizza lovers, there’s plenty of gluten-free options out there today, and Razzi’s is a great Seattle option. They’re even certified gluten-free, so you can rest assured if you’re especially prone to gluten reactions. Be sure to check out their gluten-free beer and cider options, too.

Capitol Cider
Having only been to Capitol Cider for shuffleboard and ciders on the weekend, it took a while to realize that the entire kitchen is gluten-free -- not just their ciders! The atmosphere easily morphs from day to night in this space, thanks to a clean-but-casual vibe and lots of board games to entertain. Don’t miss out on their gluten-free fish and chips, which are shockingly good!

Itto's Tapas
Itto’s Tapas is a delicious stop-in, gluten-free or not, with a variety of Moroccan and Spanish small plates. While their menu isn’t 100% gluten-free, it’s pretty close -- about 95% of options are GF-friendly. Their creative cocktails round out the experience and keep things fun for all diners.

Cafe Flora
An oldie but a goodie. Cafe Flora is a Madison Valley institution, well-known for it’s delicious vegetarian-friendly options. Fortunately, it’s also a haven for the gluten-free crowd and even has its own gluten-free fryer to prevent fraternizing ingredients. Their menu is packed with seasonal veggies and thoughtful takes on meat-free recipes.Simply ask to dine off their gluten-free menu and you’re set.

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