See the "SD Restaurants" section for restaurants specifically in the San Diego area. The "Eating Out Tips" in that section also gives information about how to eat out successfully. The following are restaurant guides on a national scale. Also see Gluten-Free Restaurant Cards for cards that are available to take to restaurants to help you communicate with the staff effectively.
website provides free celiac/gluten-free related information, including
a listing of gluten free restaurants throughout the world.
Delphi Forum Celiac Support Group
Just a reminder that I constantly update our list of restaurants with a GF menu. http://tinyurl.com/37vjro
It is very handy to print it and have it on hand when traveling. Mireille, 3/08
This guide is from the people who sell the popular Truimph
Dining cards (see Gluten-Free Restaurant Cards above). It's 300 pages include
3,900 restaurant locations recommended by other Celiacs, 80 gluten-free lists
from chain restaurants, and strategies for safe restaurant dining. It must be purchased.
This site allows you to select "gluten free" in one search window, and a city in the other. It is hit or miss as far as which cities have something listed.
"Our mission at the Gluten Free Registry™ is to put people and gluten-free friendly restaurants, bakeries, caterers, grocers and more together. Utilize our free, searchable database of over 5,100+ gluten-free friendly business locations to find one near you or your travel destination. Also available on your mobile phone at www.gfregistry." mobi
Gluten-Free Restaurant Awareness Program of North America (GFRAP)
This program is sponsored by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG). It is a well-organized program designed to have restaurants voluntarily participate in providing information for an easier gluten-free dining experience. As of March, 2008 there were 1287 restaurants participating.
Sharp HealthCare San Diego GF
You must first register with the Yahoo group called SillyYaks to be able
to access the group’s free restaurant listings of over 120 restaurants.
As of August 2004 it is in PDF format, which can be easily printed or downloaded
onto a pocket PC. The restaurants are located nation-wide. The site is maintained
by Melanie Katz, and also includes active interactive postings by members,
a recipe file, and much more.