One of the things I love about road trips is finding new gluten-free restaurants. A little bit of research prior to arrival goes a long way. On a recent visit to the D.C.-area I came across a regional chain called the Silver Diner. After reviewing their menu online, there seemed to be quite a few gluten-free options available so I thought I would give them a go.
Located just off the New York State Thruway at the base of the Catskill Mountains in Saugerties, New York is an unassuming diner and pizzeria that you would never think could possibly be a gluten-free haven for locals and travelers alike. I spend a fair amount of time in the Catskills and there are great dining options off the beaten path – particularly a steady increase…
While there are countless gluten-free options in Manhattan spanning every possible cuisine imaginable, sometimes you just want some good old fashioned comfort foods that hark back to your pre-celiac diagnosis days. One of those places is a relatively unassuming diner-esque restaurant on 57th Street and it is a “palace” to all things gluten-free.
This restaurant has been on my must visit list for years. The last time I actually tried to go they were closed as a movie was using it as a location. As luck would have it, a few weeks later I had to take care of some business in the area and found myself a block away from Bloom’s – so guess where I decided to have lunch.