Tag Archives: Mexican

Fox Loves Taco Review

As a gluten-free eater, tacos are one of my favorite genres of food because they are so easily adapted to be gluten and dairy-free. When I heard a new all-veggie-centric taco joint was coming to Washington DC’s Brookland neighborhood, I immediately bumped it to the top of my never-ending list new restaurants to try.  Fox Loves Taco is this decidedly hip taqueria. Open from the early hours of the morning […]

El Gringo Baltimore Food Truck Review

One of my favorite things about living in Orlando a few years ago was enjoying the thriving food truck culture. It was fun to follow my favorite trucks to neighborhoods all around the city and I managed to find a handful of trucks that served up reliably gluten-free fare.  Now that I live in Baltimore, my food truck wanderings are more limited, as I have struggled to find gluten-free safe […]

Qdoba Review

When it comes to “fast food” Mexican restaurants, I have always held the less-than-popular opinion that Qdoba is the best of the chain restaurants out there. With flavorful food and lots of gluten-free and dairy-free options to choose from, I’ve never had a bad meal from Qdoba… plus their guacamole never incurs an extra charge!  Since Qdoba is not 100% gluten-free, knowing how to navigate the menu is important, as […]

Don Taco Review

While I have explored Washington D.C.’s many neighborhoods and eaten all over the nation’s capitol, I have not spent much time in the surrounding areas- such as historic Alexandria just a Metro ride away.  After spending a morning exploring George Washington’s estate- Mount Vernon- I decided to stop by Alexandria for lunch. When exploring options for where to dine, Don Taco caught my eye because I am always in search […]

Manos de Maíz Review

Of all the world’s cuisines, Mexican food is near and dear to my heart because most of it is corn-based and gluten-free friendly. From tacos and guacamole to tamales and horchata, I love the diversity and bold flavors of Mexican delicacies.  On the recommendation of coworkers at my internship site this summer, I decided to dedicate my Sunday to exploring Eastern Market, a wonderful menagerie of produce stands, artists selling their wares, […]

El Centro D.F. Review

Over the long Memorial Day weekend, I moved from Baltimore to Washington D.C. for the summer, which means that there’s a whole lot of D.C. reviews coming soon to the blog. After a long day of packing and moving, I decided to venture over to Georgetown to walk around and get fresh air.  To decide where to find dinner, I consulted my Find Me Gluten-Free app, and after reading reviews […]

Amano Taco Review (R. House Baltimore)

R. House in Baltimore’s Remington neighborhood is quickly becoming my favorite place in the city. There’s so many gluten-free options and the vibe is absolutely perfect and foodie-centric.  Especially on weekends, it’s nice to be around the hustle and bustle of the diverse crowd and take advantage of dining al fresco.  Although I have visited R. House a couple of times, I have totally walked by Amano Taco without realizing that it’s […]

Cafe Frida Review

On my second full day in New York City, my family decided to wander around Central Park and visit the American Museum of Natural History. As a light rain began to fall and we all started to hit a wall we decided that it was an ideal time to pick a lunch spot.  After doing a quick Find Me Gluten Free search, I found Cafe Frida, which was located a […]

Frontera Cocina Review (Disney Springs)

It’s been quite a while since my last visit to Orlando, but in my absence I couldn’t help but notice a buzz building around the transformation of Downtown Disney to Disney Springs.  With a new layout, new shops, and new dining options, I knew I wanted to check out the complex soon after arriving home for the holidays. After going to a movie at the AMC located on property, my mom and […]

The Corn Factory Review

Living in Orlando spoiled me a bit because their food truck scene has become a staple of the city’s cuisine. In Washington D.C, the scene is a less organized, but there are tons of trucks that call the city home. I have followed The Corn Factory for awhile, and have eagerly awaited checking out their menu of arepas, tacos, and tamales (my favorite foods in the world). Because they jump around […]