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Looking for delicious gluten-free restaurants around Spokane? If you thought Spokane’s gluten-free scene was small, think again! Gluten-free restaurants have exploded in recent years, as have the gluten-free menus of many delicious restaurants.
With many people being strictly gluten-free due to gluten allergies, we’d love to share some fan-favorites for the best gluten-free eats around Spokane.
If you have allergies, please make sure to double-check with these restaurants and wait-staff to ensure your food is truly gluten free. Many times, restaurants may advertise gluten-free items, but they can be cross-contaminated by cooking gluten-containing items on the same counters and fryers.
While we have done our work to research these restaurants and their gluten-free menus, it’s important to always verify just in case.
Best Gluten-Free Restaurants Around Spokane
Wiley’s Downtown Bistro
Wiley’s Bistro in downtown Spokane takes gluten-allergies seriously. If you’ve been struggling to find good food and to dine out safely with Celiac disease, you can count on them to design meals that you can enjoy no matter your dietary restrictions.
Plus, if you also love happy hour, Wiley’s is one of our favorite happy hours in Spokane, too!
Wiley’s is so dedicated to providing safe, delicious food that they recently shared this, and the photo below, on their Facebook page:
Nearly everything on the menu at Wiley’s is gluten-free or can be altered. Their servers are knowledgeable about most allergies, and can work with guests to accommodate anyone.
As Wiley’s states, “we enjoy cultivating dishes for all allergies, restrictions and diets, because we want you to feel like a friend and because everyone deserves to go out and treat themselves.”
“At Wiley’s, we genuinely strive to befriend and serve all aspects of our community. We feel lucky to be a part of the food-scene in Spokane!” Focusing on local, food and artwork within originates from the Spokane region as much as possible. At Wiley’s, their culture and atmosphere are inclusive, friendly, and supportive.
Try their Duck Confit with a huckleberry reduction, Ahi Tower topped with tobiko and pickled ginger, vegan Chocolate Pot De Crème with raspberry sauce and almond whipped cream, and Creme Brulée with a caramelized bourbon vanilla whip.
Have you ever gone to dinner with a bunch of people who couldn’t make up their mind about where to eat? In those cases, it’s helpful to have chains like the Melting Pot where there is something for everyone!
Yes, with a vegan menu and gluten-free options, there’s truly something for everyone at the Melting Pot. Gluten-free options at the Melting Pot are noted with a “GF”, and there are plenty of options that will keep you well-fed!
Wild Sage Bistro
Wild Sage is a locally owned bistro and bar in downtown Spokane. Their menu features “high-quality meats, fresh seafood, seasonally-inspired food, and locally sourced ingredients.” It’s a great place for comfortable, yet fine-dining with farm-to-table gluten-free eats.
Since 2006, Wild Sage’s managing partners have created a premier dining destination that’s become an award-winning restaurant that locals love. The menu offers many gluten-free items along with helpful staff. This popular spot, especially for date nights in Spokane, offers a great time.
I recommend their Yukon Golden Potato Taquitos with white cheddar and salted cabbage, their Palouse Chickpea Cakes with spiced tzatziki and tomato caper relish, and their Pork Belly Crostini grilled on gluten free bread with goat cheese mousse and tomato jam – but check their menu, as it can change!
RÜT Bar is one of Spokane’s finest vegan and gluten-free restaurants. The restaurant and menu is inspired by the Pacific Northwest, with a devotion to the culture, natural beauty and food of the area.
Opening in 2019, this modern American-style Gastropub brought vegan and vegetarian health-promoting comfort foods to the city of Spokane. Their plant-filled interior with natural textures, and paintings by Hazel Miller encourage customers to linger while appreciating their meals.
No one is out of place at RUT, whether you’re meat-eating, vegetarian, flexitarian, gluten-intolerant or otherwise. The owners, both vegans themselves, decided to open RUT because they noticed a lack of vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Spokane – but RUT caters to far more than “just” vegans!
RÜT welcomes all people, as you don’t have to be vegan or celiac to relish their food. For those that appreciate real food, “RÜT is dedicated to the health of the Earth and its inhabitants. We are committed to creating a safe, welcoming space.”
Welcome to a whole new world of Mediterranean comfort food at Baba Spokane. Baba bases their menu around traditional Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Asian flavors.
Baba offers their full menu and explains which options are gluten-free with the designation GF. Their version of food is inspired by using local and seasonal ingredients that showcase dishes that are new and different to the city of Spokane.
Their menu items are flavorful, approachable and delicious, leaning toward a more casual atmosphere. Whether you’re grabbing a quick lunch, or have a special occasion coming up, Baba has a variety of options to make your meal right for you.
Mizuna is a staple for innovative Northwest cuisine in Downtown Spokane. In the heart of Spokane, Mizuna is an essential dining experience worthy of discovery by locals and visitors alike.
Mizuna can fine-tune their menu to suit all dietary needs – “Many of our entrées are or can be made gluten free. Just ask your server.”
Since opening in 1996, they have placed premier focus on sourcing the freshest ingredients around. Their food is kept simple, allowing the quality ingredients shine forth. “We use organic produce whenever possible, and all-natural, sustainable meats.”
Mizuna also offers a full vegetarian menu (and is one of our favorite vegetarian restaurants in Spokane!). Their seasonal cuisine also offers many opportunities for those looking for gluten-free.
With an impeccable wine-list, craft-cocktails and popular microbrews, they’ve become a place to host private parties, rehearsal dinners, birthdays and business meetings.
1910 Restaurant at the Spokane Club
Often overlooked, the Spokane Club offers a lot of fantastic dining options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even happy hour! Best of all, the Spokane Club makes a serious effort to provide safe, gluten-free meals for hungry customers.
The 1910 Restaurant menu changes regularly, but be assured that when you tell your server you need a gluten-free menu, you will be taken care of!
Cole’s Bakery & Café is Spokane’s first full-service restaurant where everything on the menu is gluten-free. “We proudly offer food that is always 100% gluten and peanut-free.”
Founded in 2013, Cole’s vision was to create a safe place with delicious food for people with allergies. They offer many dairy-free, vegan and keto options to enchant their customers. Cole’s serves breakfast, too!
Cole’s uses local resources to provide customers one of the best allergen-free dining experience in Spokane. As a company, their culture and values lie in constantly improving the quality and consistency of their food.
“Creating delicious gluten-free food and a positive experience for people is our reason for existing,” said Cole’s. “We want to provide a place in the community for people diagnosed with Celiac disease or those adhering to an allergy-specific lifestyle.” Cole’s is a place you can dine regardless of any allergy-limitations.
I really love Cole’s not only for their commitment to a gluten-free establishment, but also because they offer a lot of vegan options in Spokane, they serve lunch and dinner, and they also have take-and-go pre-made baked goods and baking supplies. Truly a one-stop-shop for people with gluten intolerance, sensitivities, or allergies.
Boots Bakery is one of the best vegan and gluten-free bakeries, espresso bar and cocktail lounges around town. Located in Saranac Commons, Boots provides a wide variety of great food and sweet treats all in a convenient downtown location.
With their vegan nourishment, gluten-free options, baked goodies, coffee-roast house, and fine crafted cocktails (at any hour you’d like), you’re sure to find something you like. “Wifi and plug-ins everywhere, art by local geniuses, and occasional mayhem,” make Boots one of the best spots to get coffee in Spokane, too.
Boots is one of the only places in Spokane that is completely vegan, and mostly gluten-free. They have baked-goods galore as well as a full-service deli with savory foods. Their aim is to please all eaters, so please let them know of any special dietary considerations.
They also make a mean drink, with an “intuitive bartender” that likes to surprise guests. Not sure what you want? Let the bartender craft you up something delicious based on your mood and favorite flavors.
Versalia: Gluten-Free Pizza in Spokane
Looking for gluten-free pizza in Spokane that tastes good? Follow your friends to one of our favorite pizza places, Versalia!
Versalia has a few locations around Spokane and Spokane Valley, and you’re sure to find something delicious on the menu. Our recommendation? The fresh mushroom pizza – thank us later!
Versalia is not a fully gluten-free kitchen, however, so if you have serious gluten-free allergies, we would recommend against going to Versalia.
Italia Trattoria is an award-winning local favorite restaurant, and you might be thinking: they probably don’t offer gluten-free items. Think again!
We love to visit Italia Trattoria for breakfast, and if you’re a brunch in Spokane fan like we are, you’ll be happy to know several of Italia Trattoria’s breakfast items are gluten-free, including their delightful Farmer’s breakfast, frittata, and skillet Italian pork hash. Pair it with a mimosa (pitcher, we won’t judge!) for a great start to your day.
You can’t have information about gluten-free restaurants in Spokane without mentioning one of the best of them all, especially if you love waffles: People’s Waffle! People’s Waffle is famous for its inventive waffles and, best of all, they are gluten-free!
That’s right, head downtown to People’s Waffle for all, 100% gluten-free waffles. They do note they are not a certified gluten-free facility, but they do not ever bring gluten products into their kitchen.
And for those who are vegan in Spokane, People’s Waffle offers dairy-free options of some of their most popular waffles, too!
Gluten-Free Gastronomy: Unveiling Spokane’s Best Restaurants for Safe Dining
Spokane’s gluten-free scene has truly blossomed, offering a delightful array of options for those with dietary restrictions and allergies. From dedicated gluten-free restaurants to establishments with extensive gluten-free menus, there is something to satisfy every palate.
As you embark on your culinary journey through these gluten-free eateries, it’s essential to remain vigilant about potential cross-contamination. Always communicate with the restaurant staff and inquire about their safety protocols to ensure that your meal is entirely gluten-free and safe for consumption.
In a world where dietary restrictions are becoming more common, it is heartening to witness the growing commitment of restaurants like Wiley’s Downtown Bistro, Wild Sage Bistro, RÜT Bar, and others to cater to various dietary needs. Their dedication to creating delicious and inclusive meals showcases a genuine desire to serve their community with care and thoughtfulness.