Tag Archives: Farm to Table

True Food Kitchen Review

Click here to read my updated review of True Food Kitchen’s Chevy Chase, MD location from January 2020.  After spending some time in North Carolina over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, I found myself in Atlanta a day before flying back home. With a little time to explore, I decided to check out True Food Kitchen at the Lennox Mall. The restaurant is a chain that promotes real, good food as a way […]

HipCityVeg Review

HipCityVeg is a relatively new arrival on the Washington D.C. restaurant scene, and is notable for its 100% vegan and plant-based menu. Located in the bustling Chinatown neighborhood, HipCityVeg has plenty to offer for gluten-free diners as well as meat-free ones, so don’t let the abundance of tofu scare you away from this health-conscious eatery. Started in Philadelphia, this location is HipCityVeg’s first outside of the Keystone State. It would be easy to toss […]

Farmer's Keep Review

When I knew I’d be Philadelphia bound this summer, I knew I wanted to make the most of the short time that I would be in the city. For help navigating where I wanted to eat, I turned to my trusty travel companion, Find Me Gluten-Free. From all the options the site had, I narrowed my focus to dedicated gluten-free businesses because there is no beating the peace of mind […]

Naked Lunch at Mom's Organic Market Review

When it comes to gluten-free friendly grocery stores in Baltimore, there’s quite a few to choose from, which makes shopping a treasure hunt of sorts. One of my favorite places to shop though is Mom’s Organic Market, an independent chain of stores whose focus on food includes a lengthly list of ingredients they have banned from their shelves (see those here) and a commitment to stocking locally produced items and a 100% […]

The Little Beet Review (Washington D.C.)

This review has been updated (click here), since this post was published the menu has changed and The Little Beet no longer serves breakfast. When it came to planning a weekend excursion into DC, topping the list of places to visit was The Little Beet, a 100% gluten-free export from New York City. With locally-sourced menu items, a full menu of possibilities, and philosophy that aspires for food that is […]

Gluten-Free Options at Union Market in Washington, D.C.

After taking in a show at the Kennedy Center the night before, I debated whether or not to play tourist around the National Mall or go off the beaten track a little to find gluten-free eats with the few hours I had before catching the midday train back to Baltimore.  Naturally, playing foodie tourist won out. With so many neighborhoods in DC, there is definitely no shortage of places to […]

BB Junction Review (Closed)

As of Sept. 13, 2016 BB Junction has closed. While back in Orlando over the winter holidays, my family decided to check out an Orlando Magic home game while I was in town. We all used to follow the team closely back when they made a couple runs in the Playoffs, but my interest in them has died out as the team has floundered and I have lived out of state. Knowing that allergy-friendly options […]

Pleasant Pops Cafe & Market Review

Before heading out of Washington D.C. I had one last stop on my sightseeing list… a matinee performance of Avenue Q by the Constellation Theater Company. After my taco breakfast, I checked out of my hotel and headed northward to where the theater was, leaving enough time to checkout Pleasant Pops Cafe and Market in the Adams Morgan neighborhood. Pleasant Pops proved to be a perfect lunchtime spot because it […]

Atwater's Review

Because a sandwich was no longer an option, I opted for a bowl of the vegan gazpacho, minus croutons on top. The soup was a delicious blend of veggies, in a tomato-based broth. I loved how the chopped vegetables, including cucumbers, tomatoes, and peppers, were fresh and bursting with flavor. The soup was seasoned with garlic and black pepper, which shone through with every spoonful. Although it was my backup […]

Corner Taco Review

Whenever I travel, I do not leave home without gluten-free snacks to tide me over on the road or the Find Me Gluten-Free app, which allows me to make on-the-go decisions about where to stop for food along the way. Knowing I’d be heading up to Jacksonville this past week for a meeting, I used the latter to seek out gluten-free eats to check out while in the city.  As […]