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The weekend comes, you have friends visiting town or you are visiting Nashville. Either way, It's time for brunch! Our favorite meal where no one judges you for eating lunch early or breakfast late and the wait staff is not trying to rush you out the door to seat another table. Below are some of our favorite gluten free brunch places in Nashville. Enjoy!AMOT EATERY: A Matter of Taste: Completely gluten free brunch menu featuring gluten free French toast, pancakes and homemade gluten free buttermilk biscuits. Did you hear that??? Gluten free free French toast! They also have a great gluten free bar selection. Homegrown Taproom and Marketplace: The open-faced home monte cristo is freaking awesome! Always order with a side of bacon! Avo: Completely gluten free and a great brunch bar selection. Acme Feed and Seed: A dedicated gluten free brunch menu, gluten free beer and live music. What more could you want from a gluten free brunch in Nashville? Darfon’s: …
We've all been there. The excitement when you see a menu and go hey, they have gluten free pizza or they have gluten free buns for a burger. The next thought you have is "man... I'd really like to have a beer with that!" and then you look at the menu only to be disappointed. Really? You went so far as to have a gluten free menu, gluten free bread, gluten free pizza but you didn't add just one of the many gluten free beers now available? We're not asking for an assortment, just keeping one 6-pack in the back would do. And no... Ciders do not count!
Here's a list of places in Nashville that won't let you down and have gluten free beer available:AMOT EATERY: A Matter of Taste: Omission, RedBridge, Estrella and pleanty of cider to choose from Homegrown Taproom and Marketplace - Ommission is available Avo: One of the only places I've been that has Green's. They also have o'Mission and multiple ciders. Acme Feed & Seed - Omission is on th…
The folks at the Cleveland Clinic created a great infographic on the sneaky places gluten hides. I remember when I was first diagnosed I was excited that I could have sushi and then surprised that I had to do so much research on it. Soy Sauce, tempura, crab stick, eel sauce, they all contained gluten. Who know? The below infographic is great at giving you some quick tips. Feel free to add more in the comments!
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So for the food that is most likely the hardest to do out gluten free I find myself recently eating at a lot of Italian restaurants that end up having a gluten free menu. A great place to take the family is the Old Spaghetti Factory down on 2nd avenue. It’s been there for years, I think one of the only restaurants that is still on 2nd sine I moved to Nashville in 1989. They can substitute any pasta dish with a gluten free corn pasta that is cooked separately to avoid cross contamination. It’s a great, low expense nice meal for the fam except for the fact that most of the time you will have to pay for parking downtown to enjoy.