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Gluten Free Restaurants in Baltimore and Columbia Area

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willie 2 Jun 3, 2011 11:05 PM

Does anyone have recommendations for non-chain ,gluten free restaurants in Baltimore, Columbia or nearby areas? Thanks so much-

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    Trencher man Jun 4, 2011 11:59 AM

    "Meet 27" on Howard and 27th Street in the Charles Village neighborhood of Baltimore (near the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus. The place just opened and I haven't been there, but most of the people who have eaten there have been very positive.

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      Trencher man Jun 4, 2011 12:03 PM

      ...and the "Meet 27" website: http://meet27americanbistro.yolasite....

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      ericb Jun 6, 2011 02:45 PM

      Great Sage in Clarksville has gluten free options.

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      Great Sage
      5809 Clarksville Square Dr, Clarksville, MD 21029

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        pooster Jun 10, 2011 11:28 AM

        Woodberry Kitchen has a gluten free menu.

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        Woodberry Kitchen
        2010 Clipper Park Rd # 126, Baltimore, MD

        1. ktmoomau Jun 10, 2011 11:43 AM

          One World Cafe up by Hopkins too. It is vegan, I was there for a wedding rehearsal and it was surprisingly really good.

          Also Sweet Sin Bakery makes some of the best GF cupcakes I have ever had.

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            HowChowBlog Jun 14, 2011 06:34 AM

            I had great success at Portalli's in Ellicott City where everyone took care of my friend.

            A guest post last year suggested Great Sage, Eggspectactions, Lee Lynn's, Victoria's Gastro Pub and the Sweet Sin bakery items at Roots in Clarksville. She also recommended (although hadn't tried) Indian, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine -- so that might be Mango Grove, Bangkok Garden and An Loi as starters. I also think Korean barbecue would be perfect for you -- meat, rice and vegetables. Check out Shin Chon Garden.

            If you want to spend a little time on the phone, I think there are a bunch of places that are sophisticated enough either to have identified gluten-free items or to work with you. That's how it was at Portalli's. They suggested a main course, and they shifted some sides so that we could order safely. This list is just good places that you might check on the Web and call to see what they can do -- Victoria's, Aida Bistro (for risotto?), Iron Bridge Wine Co, Bistro Blanc, Red Pearl . . . .

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            Shin Chon
            8801 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City, MD

            An Loi
            7104 Minstrel Way Ste 9, Columbia, MD 21045

            Iron Bridge Wine Co
            10435 State Route 108, Columbia, MD 21044

            Bangkok Garden
            5810 Robert Oliver Pl, Columbia, MD 21045

            Mango Grove
            6365 Dobbin Rd, Columbia, MD 21045

            Great Sage
            5809 Clarksville Square Dr, Clarksville, MD 21029

            Bistro Blanc
            3800 Ten Oaks Road, Glenelg, MD 21737

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              ktmoomau Jun 14, 2011 10:14 AM

              I am absolutely sure a call ahead to Woodberry Kitchen and you would find no problem there, but yeah I eat gluten free and ethnic places tend to be the easiest actually especially Thai and Korean.

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              Woodberry Kitchen
              2010 Clipper Park Rd # 126, Baltimore, MD

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              willie 2 Jun 22, 2011 07:45 PM

              Thanks for all of your suggestions-with a little planning and patience we've been able to find several places to add to our list of gluten free restaurants. Thanks again-

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