Have you traveled somewhere recently and found great options for gluten free eating? Was it a restaurant, hotel or maybe a bakery? Well, if you have, please submit that location so others will know about it as well.
GlutenFreeTravelSite.com is hosting its second annual contest to find the “World’s Most Celiac-Friendly Destination.” The geographic location that receives the most review submissions on their site by December 31 will be declared the winner. (Last year it was New York; could it be San Francisco this year?!!.)
Please submit reviews of your favorite restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores, hotels/resorts, or cruise ships — either in the San Francisco area or from places you have traveled. It’s a great way to help promote all the Celiac-friendly establishments! Just go to Submit Review and follow the prompts to submit a review. It’s free and easy to do.
And in case you were looking for gluten free destinations now, GlutenFreeTravelSite.com has a lot to offer:
It is the only website that’s review-focused, as opposed to just a “directory-style” listing of Celiac-friendly restaurants. (Think of it as a gluten-free version of Yelp.com.) When savvy gluten-free diners are looking for a new restaurant where they can safely dine, they want personal and detailed feedback from others with their same needs and challenges, not just a “listing” of restaurant names.
GlutenFreeTravelSite.com also contains reviews of almost 600 independent restaurants and other establishments serving gluten-free meals — most that aren’t even listed on other sites as well as chain restaurants.
Reviews aren’t just limited to restaurants, but also include hotels, resorts, cruise ships, and grocery storeswhere safe and gluten-free options can be found.
Reviews cover establishments all over the world, not just the United States.
Take a few minutes, write a review or submit a destination. Having a listing of gluten free establishments at your fingertips is a great resource.
Author Information: Amy Fothergill, San Francisco, CA
Amy Fothergill is the mother of two and owner of The Family Chef. She teaches cooking classes and provides consultations. She blends her culinary techniques with delicious ingredients to create gluten free, healthy dishes that the whole family enjoys.
Blog: http://thefamilychef.blogspot.com (a food blog which is a blend of gluten free and regular recipes)
Gluten-free recipes: http://www.examiner.com/x-13910-SF-GlutenFree-Food-Examiner