Gluten-Free Options

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  • Adelo's Pizza, Pasta & Pints

    8801 N. Indian Trail Rd. Spokane - North


    Adelo's opened as a strictly carry-out establishment, but moved to a nearby storefront in the fall of 2013 to start offering an eat-in option and an expanded menu that includes pasta, salads, wraps and sandwiches, as well as 18 microbrews on tap. (Jan. 2014)
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  • Allie's Vegan Pizzeria & Cafe

    1314 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South


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  • Angelo's Ristorante

    846 N. Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    The dim interior at Angelo’s is decked out in nostalgic Italiana and religious iconography. The menu features an impressive list of entrees: chicken (organic) and veal four ways, seafood, steaks and pasta dishes. Save room for tiramisu at this always popular Coeur d’Alene eatery. (July 2013)
  • Babs' Pizzeria

    1319 Highway 2 Sandpoint


    Head over to Sandpoint when you need more than just another cheese pizza. New York-style, thin-crust pizza is the name of the game at this pizzeria, which offers specialties like the Village (pesto, sun-dried tomatoes, artichokes, crumbled feta), the Little Italy (marinara, sweet sausage, green peppers, red onions) and the Hell’s Kitchen (spinach, roasted red peppers, mushrooms and chicken), which blend flavors that demand another visit. (October 2012)
  • Bardenay Restaurant & Distillery

    1710 W. Riverstone Dr. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    As the nation’s first restaurant distillery, Bardenay’s innovative history and talent in the kitchen has provided an experience unique to Idaho. Although famous for their spirits, cocktails, wines, and brews that are made in the building, the food — especially the Wild Turkey Bourbon pork loin chops — is just as spectacular. (July 2013)
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  • Bloom

    403 S. Main St. Moscow/Pullman


    Mon-Fri 8 am-2 pm, Sat-Sun 8 am-3 pm
  • Boots Bakery & Lounge

    24 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    High ceilings, exposed brick walls and artsy murals make this one of the prettiest spots in downtown. But it’s the creative and artfully executed vegan and vegetarian bistro fare that’s creating such a buzz. And yes, the vegan carrot cake cupcakes are that good. (July 2013)
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  • City Beach Organics

    117 N. First St. Sandpoint


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  • Cole's Bakery and Cafe

    521 E. Holland Ave. Spokane - North


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  • Cosmic Cowboy Grill

    412 W. Haycraft Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


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  • Di Luna's Cafe

    207 Cedar St. Sandpoint


    Sandpoint’s Di Luna’s takes its music and seasonal, locally sourced menus seriously. Breakfasts here feature farmers markets scrambles, and Saturday nights frequently mean farm-to-table dinners with locally sourced produce, meats, and decadent desserts from their in-house bakery — all of this paired with live folk, blues, jazz or world beat music. It’s a harmonious combination that’s made Di Luna’s one of Sandpoint’s most beloved restaurants. (July 2013)
  • Dockside Restaurant

    115 S. Second St., Coeur d'Alene Resort, Lobby Floor Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    You choose Dockside at the Coeur d’Alene Resort for the exceptional view — all booths face out to the lake — and a sprawling menu that runs from steak and fettucine, to burgers, ribeye steaks and sesame-crusted ahi tuna. The salad bar is always popular, along with Dockside’s signature ice cream sundaes. All six scoops. (July 2013)
  • Downriver Grill

    3315 W. Northwest Blvd. Spokane - North


    Since its inception in 2003, Downriver Grill has gained a hard-core following of foodie regulars. Whether you want to go comfort food (butternut squash mac and cheese gratin $15), Italian (puttanesca, $15), gluten-free (shrimp bisque, $5), or vegan (coriander-crusted tofu, $16), there’s a little something to keep you coming back. (July 2013)
  • Huckleberry's Natural Market

    926 S. Monroe St. Spokane - South


    Huckleberry’s 9th Street Bistro isn’t just an add-on deli counter at this upscale, organic grocery store. The Bistro is a destination in its own right — especially weekend mornings, when the custom omelette bar is in full swing and a sous-chef is standing by waiting for your special order. Huckleberry’s boasts one of Spokane’s very first juice bars and an assortment of salads, paninis and sandwiches that are in line with Huckleberry’s holistic, healthy approach to food. (July 2013)
  • HuHot Mongolian Grill

    11703 E. Sprague Spokane Valley


    You're in charge of the cooking at this local franchise outpost. A massive assortment of ingredients includes thinly sliced chicken, beef and pork, yakisoba and pad thai noodles, tofu and vegetables, and myriad sauces. Make as many trips through the grill line as you care to. (June 2013)
  • Ivano's Ristorante

    102 S. First Ave. Sandpoint


    Roasted tomato caprese, ravioli toscano, saltimbocca, scaloppini di anatra. Or maybe just tiramisu and an espresso. You’ll feel like you’re in Italy just reading the menu. And owners Jim Lippi and daughter Jessica treat you like family. Gluten-free diners welcome. (July 2013)
  • Luigi's Italian Restaurant

    245 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    Craving Italian? Voted Best Italian for more than 10 years by Inlander readers, Luigi’s serves traditional Italian favorites. Although it’s tempting to fill up on the hot sourdough bread and garlic butter, pace yourself. Minestrone soup is next (why have a salad when their homemade soup is this good), followed by an entrée like veal piccata or chicken cacciatori. Need some gluten-free or carb-free options? No problem. (July 2013)
  • Main Market Co-Op

    44 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    A healthy fix to a grumbling belly awaits you at the Main Market Deli. With pasta salads, side dishes, meats, soups and sandwiches made from all natural ingredients, this deli food is tasty and fresh. Gluten- free and vegan diets will find a delicious array of lunch options here. Take a seat and enjoy the sunshine, or get it to go. (July 2013)
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  • Manito Tap House

    3011 S. Grand Blvd. Spokane - South


    Manito Tap House burst on the scene, was instantly voted Best New Restaurant by Inlander readers, and the bloom has not come off this South Hill rose. Booths, tables, a single stool tucked away at the end of the bar — they’re all still consistently packed. The Taphouse went gastropub and hit their mark, providing high-end comfort food with good ingredients at reasonable prices. Get the yam chips, for God’s sake. For beer nerds, hop-heads and brew connoisseurs, the Manito Tap House rotates dozens of regional or hard-to-find beers on tap. For the uninitiated, the staff will walk you through a wonderland of ales, porters, pilsners and ciders — there are more than 50 tap handles. (July 2013)
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  • Melting Pot

    707 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    The Melting Pot combines three things revered by nearly every human being: alcohol, chocolate and melted cheese. Better yet, this dining experience offers something most can’t — you get to engage in every part of the cooking process. Located at the center of each table is a hot plate where a variety of cheeses, bases, and broths are mixed together to create the traditional fondue pot. With spiky fondue forks, patrons get to cook their own veggies and meats at the table, dip breads into cheese, and “ohh” and “ahh” over the decadent flavors filling their plates. Finish with a dessert cocktail and chocolate fondue. Your table’s bill can add up quickly, though, with a typical dinner for two running around $80 — less, if you don’t drink as much as we do. (January 2013)
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  • Meltz Extreme Grilled Cheese

    1735 W. Kathleen Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    The name says it all. Everything at Meltz in Coeur d’Alene is extreme. Even the simple grilled cheese sandwich. That’s right, the masterminds of this venue have found a way to reinvent the classic into a five-star delicacy. To start your finger-licking experience, you get the choice of sourdough, wheat or gluten-free bread. Next comes the most important aspect of your meal: the cheese. Cheddar, fontina, provolone, mozzarella and more are offered at Meltz. Whether you go the simple route, build your own or try your hand at one of the Uncommon sandwiches, your heart will melt and your taste buds will be satisfied. (July 2013)
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  • Method Juice Cafe

    718 W. Riverside Ave., #101 Spokane - Downtown


    Method was one of the first places to introduce the juice bar concept to Spokane. All of its juices are organic, gluten free, raw and vegan, and are served in 100 percent compostable containers. Once you become a regular, you’ll want to pick up one of Method’s reusable Mason jars for a discount on every juice you buy. The bar offers online ordering so downtowners can snag a fresh juice without a wait during the lunch hour. In the meantime, grab a bottle of their cold-pressed juice if you’re on the go; it’s squeezed and bottled each morning.
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  • Mustard Seed

    4750 N. Division St. Spokane - North


    You can still get your favorite dishes like the Shrimp Osaka and Bong Bong Chicken, but after more than 20 years in business, The Mustard Seed isn’t resting on its laurels. This year they added quite a few new pan-Asian dishes to their menu, including the Ahi Tuna appetizer, Chicken Teriyaki and Green Beans and Pad Thai Noodles with shrimp or chicken. Make a reservation during Spokane Restaurant Week in February, when we’re guessing their chefs will be trying out even more new dishes.
  • P.F. Chang's

    801 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    The menu melds traditional favorites - beef with broccoli, moo goo gai pan, lo mein - with oolong marinated sea bass, Chengdu spiced lamb and the curiously named Philip's Better Lemon Chicken. Pull up to the bar (a great option if there's a wait) order some lettuce wraps, and imagine you're at the P.F. Chang's in Vegas or perhaps Schaumburg, Illinois.

  • The Rusty Moose

    9105 W. SR 2 Spokane - West


    It may only be five minutes west of downtown Spokane, but the ambience of the Rusty Moose makes you feel like you’re in a cozy, mountain resort. The restaurant serves up 16 different types of burgers, as well as sandwiches, wraps and seasonally served fresh fish. You can leave with a full belly, but don’t leave empty-handed. Rusty’s sells three exclusive varieties of spices, as well as glassware and coffee and signature wine. (July 20130
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