If you’re headed to the pacific northwest, don’t discount visiting Seattle! Over the past few years, Seattle has exploded in gluten-free bakeries, breweries, and bars. I’ve compiled a list from my visits of the best gluten-free restaurants in Seattle!
However, with COVID-19, many gluten-free bakeries and restaurants have closed across the country. Seattle is no exception. In 2019 and 2020 we saw the close of Niche and Lucky Santo in Seattle. This was a devastating blow to the Pacific Northwest gluten-free scene.
However, several strong gluten-free bakeries and restaurants stand strong in 2020. On your next trip, please visit these restaurants in Seattle and keep them going strong!
Ghostfish Brewing Company
Ghostfish Brewing Company was one of my favorite things I’ve eaten in 2019. The fish and chips were incredible, but it’s only one of the many things you can eat in their dedicated gluten-free restaurant and brewery. Get an Uber there, because you’re going to want to try the whole tasting menu!
2942 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134, GhostfishBrewing.com
NuFlours has incredible certified gluten-free treats. I love their streusel bars. Please note that some of their products contain egg and dairy. Great news, they now offer nationwide shipping!
518 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112, nuflours.com
Capital Cider is the place for cider and grub! Grab a burger, fish and chips, fried chicken sandwich, or rigatoni and garlic prawns. A full menu filled with food and treats will greet you at Capital Cider, along with a full cider menu with cider flights, cocktails, wine, and beer (powered by Ghostfish).
818 E Pike St., Seattle, WA 98122, CapitolCider.com
Flying Apron is an incredible gluten-free, plant-based (vegan) bakery with two locations in the Seattle area. They’re not just baked goods, the cafe menu includes pizza, salads, soups and entrees!
While the pandemic forced the retail closure of the Fremont location, custom orders and commercial orders are still available there.
3510 Fremont Ave N., Seattle, WA 98103 (CUSTOM ORDERS ONLY, NO RETAIL) and 4709 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, FlyingApron.com
Razzi’s is a trusted location in the Seattle community for safe gluten-free pizza.
8523 Greenwood Ave N., Seattle, WA 98103 and 1314 Howell St., Seattle, WA 98101, razzispizza.com
Revolve Food & Wine
Revolve Food & Wine is dedicated gluten-free, grain-free, and free from MSG, preservatives, trans fats, refined or cane sugar, emulsifiers, GMOs, and soy.
10024 Maine St., Bothell, WA 98011, RevolveFoodWine.com
Wildflour Gluten-Free Baking Co.
This is a dedicated gluten-free bakery that is also peanut-free and are not made from bean or soy flours.
13600 NE 20th Street, Suite B., Bellevue WA, 98005 in Apple Tree Plaza, WildFlourGlutenFree.com
When I was going to Seattle several times a year, Wild Ginger was always on my list. It’s easy to order gluten-free, and they take it seriously!
There are three locations in the Seattle area, but I’ve always been to the downtown location, near Pike’s Place.
1401 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, WildGinger.net.
Have you been to Seattle, Washington lately? What was your favorite gluten-free stop there?
If you’re also visiting Portland Oregon on your trip to the Pacific Northwest, I highly recommend these gluten-free bakeries and gluten-free restaurants in Portland Oregon!
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Another amazing gluten free bakery serving Seattle is Columbia Gorge Gluten Free!
They can be found here:
That’s nowhere near Seattle, Joe. It’s a four hour drive. I was bummed because I thought you meant something actually close.
Another great option for gluten-free menu items is Pub 70 by the Pier! They have a dedicated gluten-free fryer for a gluten-free fried chicken (so tasty!) as well as other delicious items like salad, benedicts, beers, and desserts 🙂