With dishes like gluten-free medjool dates wrapped in bacon, Tango (*1100 Pike St; tangorestaurant.com) proves that diet considerations aren’t limiting. Bol Pho Bistro (918 NE 64th St; bolseattle.com) also packs a flavorful, wheat-free punch with its steaming noodle bowls. If you’re craving a burger, Blue Moon Burgers (703 N 34th St; bluemoonburgers.com) and Uneeda Burger (4302 Fremont Ave N; uneedaburger.com) pair quality ingredients with some of the best gluten-free buns around. Razzi’s Pizzeria (8523 Greenwood Ave N; razzispizza.com) is also popular with the gluten-free set, with pizzas and subs. And for some stellar comfort food, Biscuit Bitch (1909 First Ave; biscuitbitch.com) makes a mean gluten-free biscuit and gravy.
Local culinary giant Tom Douglas joined in with a gluten-free pasta at his Italian restaurant Cuoco (*310 Terry Ave N; cuoco-seattle.com), and James Beard Award–winning chef Maria Hines offers gluten-free and vegan menus at her Southern Italian outfit Agrodolce (709 N 35th St; agrodolcerestaurant.net) and Eastern Mediterranean eatery Golden Beetle (1744 NW Market St; golden-beetle.com).
When it comes to desserts and drinks, gluten-free spots like NuFlours (518 15th Ave E; nuflours.com) and Flying Apron (3510 Fremont Ave N; flyingapron.com) offer sweet treats, while Capitol Cider (*818 E Pike St; capitolcider.com) has two dozen ciders on tap—plus a gluten-free menu—and Ghostfish Brewing Company (2942 First Ave S; ghostfishbrewing.com) proudly brews wheat-free ales.
For nonmeat eaters, a can’t-miss is Cafe Flora (2901 E Madison St; cafeflora.com), which has an exclusively vegan and vegetarian menu. Chaco Canyon (3770 SW Alaska St; chacocanyoncafe.com), Plum Bistro (1429 12th Ave; plumbistro.com), and Wayward Vegan Cafe (801 NE 65th St; waywardvegancafe.com) also offer full vegan menus. On the sweet front, Cinnamon Works (1536 Pike Pl) is known for its vegan sticky buns, while Bluebird (7400 Greenwood Ave N; bluebirdicecream.com) offers nondairy scoops to ice cream lovers.
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