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Nine Great Gluten Free Restaurants in Moab
Moab was just voted #2 on TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice Awards for New Trending and Emerging Destinations, and it's easy to tell why! With so many great outdoor adventures in one town, Moab is sure to be on traveler's hit lists. Here are nine great gluten-free and Celiac-friendly restaurant choices you'll want to check out while vacationing in Moab.
Denny's Diner has a gluten-free protocol to serve food that is under 20ppm! Can you believe it? I love eating breakfast at Denny's 24 hours. I've eaten at different restaurants all over the United States and have never been sick eating at one!
Love Muffin Cafe for freshly squeezed juices and gluten-free baked items along with amazing egg dishes! Make sure to check out their dairy-free options as well.
Sweet Cravings has gluten-free sandwich offerings along with knowledgeable staff to help you navigate the menu and choose Celiac-safe foods.
Fiesta Mexicana has the gold find with a dedicated fryer! Their chips are safe so grab a plate for lunch and dinner. The staff is very knowledgeable and can direct you towards gluten-free finds.
Go to Moab Brewery for the best-brewed sodas as they create their own brews on-site. Whether you are in the mood for alcohol (don't drink the beer) or a soda, they've got you covered for post-hiking relaxation with a good menu.
Bangkok House for lunch and dinner, and dump gluten-free soy sauce on all your food! Good Asian food choices on their menu.
Moab Coffee Roasters for their coffee and tea - but don't eat the food! They have amazing flavors such as English Toffee, which I absolutely can't get enough of when I go to Moab.
Moab Garage Company is actually inside a remodeled old garage and has a cool atmosphere. MGC also carries a great selection of teas and coffees to start your day outright.
Sunset Grill is an upscale restaurant with gorgeous views of Moab and gluten-free menu choices.
Desert Bistro is a fusion restaurant whose staff is incredibly knowledgeable about the ingredients in their food, and they specialize in allergy protocol. The perfect date-night restaurant, Desert Bistro, has the most amazing gluten-free desserts that you can share with that special someone!
Moab Food Truck Park has a variety of ethnic and American foods. Each food truck has its own protocol so check with the server or owner of the food truck to verify which options are safe.
98 Center Moab is an Asian-Vietnamese-American fusion restaurant that understands what it means to have Celiac disease! I was way impressed with their staff knowledge and their mostly gluten-free menu, and the remainder of their menu can be made gluten-free—lots of vegetarian and meat choices, a great place to go for lunch or dinner.
Where to Stay
Purple Sage Flats and Moab Flats are two boutique hotels in Moab that have been completely redesigned in the past five years to a chic, modern comfy place to stay that features amenities such as kitchens in every room, laundry facility, hot tub and complimentary mountain bike use! There’s a picnic area and fire pit outside to kick back and relax during the warm summer nights.
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