Gluten Free Restaurant Menus: Pennsylvania - Celiac Disease
Apr 30 2009

Gluten Free Restaurant Menus: Pennsylvania

Looking for gluten free restaurant menus in Pennsylvania?  Whether you live within the state or plan to travel there in the near future, it is good to know in advance which restaurants offer gluten free menus to the Celiac community.

Here at Gluten Free Restaurants, we are dedicated to trying to maintain updated lists of restaurants in each state that offer gluten free menus. Here is what we’ve found for the state of Pennsylvania:

Note: This list is updated as new gluten free menus are discovered. If you know of one we are missing, please contact us so we can update our list!

Pennsylvania Gluten Free “Restaurant Chain” Menus

Other Pennsylvania Gluten Free Restaurant Menus

  • Devon Seafood in Hershey, Philadelphia
  • Gluuteny Bakery in Pittsburgh
  • Hershey Park in Hershey
  • Jule’s Thin Crust Pizza in Doylestown & Newtown
  • Main Line Pizza in Wayne
  • Mandy’s Pizza in West View
  • Matthew’s Trattoria in Erie (Locations)
  • Piazza Sorrento in Hershey (Locations)
  • Quaker Steak and Lube (Locations)
  • Relish in Allentown (Location)
  • The Oasis Pub in Erie

Note: If you are looking specifically for gluten free options in the Philadelphia area, Gluten Free Philly has compiled an incredible list of gluten free restaurants in the Philadelphia area.

For gluten free menu information for other states, check out our Gluten Free Restaurant Menus page, which is broken down by individual state.

Pennsylvania Gluten Free Supermarkets and Grocery Stores

For gluten free grocery information for other states, check out our Gluten Free Groceries page, which is broken down by individual state.

Bonus: Want to take gluten-free restaurant information with you on the go? We recommend the excellent Gluten-free Restaurants Guide, which is a small print guide that includes over 6,500 restaurants and 100+ restaurant menu lists from many major restaurant chains. It even features a breakdown by state so you can find gluten-free restaurant menu information no matter where you are!

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  1. Lindsey says:

    Eat-N-Park now also has a gluten free menu. They are great about keeping everything from being cross-contaminated as well, as they have the manager come out and write down everything that has to be gluten free.

  2. Ally Bishop says:

    My experience @ Piazza Sorrento in Hershey, PA:

    We walked in, and the hostess greeted us. They sat us within 5 minutes (we had reservations – definitely recommend for weekends), and I asked the gentleman that sat us if I should order off the paper gluten-free menu I’d picked up in the vestibule. He immediately whisked away the menu he’s laid on the table for me, and was back within seconds with a special gluten free menu. The menu looked just like the regular menu, in a heavy faux leather folder. When the waitress came to our table, she already knew that I would be ordering gluten free, and placed my gluten free roll on order. Before she even took our order!

    The gluten-free menu is huge. Lost of selection: pastas, pizza, salads, appetizers AND desserts! Everything sounds great, but I’m not a picky eater. I went with the Garlic Shrimp over Penne, with a house salad with the house dressing. The roll was – if I had to guess – kinnikinnick, possibly. Not bad, but not thrilling either. However, I dipped it in the bread spices, and it was lovely. (My husband said the gluten rolls were fantastic). The salad dressing was a spicy italian, and very pleasant.

    The meal tasted great – the noodles were cooked al dente, the shrimp was plump and juicy, and the presentation very nice. One thing I really love: each gluten free dish comes with a tag on it that says, Special Gluten Free Dish on it. It’s another way for them to make sure they are giving you the right meal.

    They have to gluten-free desserts: Tiramisu and Creme Brulee with fresh fruit. I wanted to try them, but I was too full! I got a doggie bag to go. For two meals, one alcoholic beverage the total came to 43 bucks and some change. Not cheap, but well worth it.

    What I enjoyed most was that I could relax. They gave a full explanation in their menu of how they view gluten-free dining, and they immediately recognized my needs and worked hard to make sure I felt confident in what they served. Not to mention, the service was excellent. The place ran like a well-oiled machine. Our waitress took the corner into the room at an odd angle, and she dropped an entire tray of meals (not ours, but four or five entrees). Embarrassed, she immediately reported it the kitchen, the busboys and shift manager cleaned it up quickly, the explanation was made to the table, and the evening resumed. Truly amazing team work.

    Overall mood: busy, active atmosphere, appropriate for children though they’ll need to be on their best behavior as the space is narrow between tables. No Indy 500! A bit noisy, simple, elegant interior. Closed Sundays.

    HIGHLY recommend this restaurant if you are close to Hershey, PA, or driving through. Google them on the web.

  3. Beth Blair says:

    Mandy’s Pizza and More in Pittsburgh, PA has a gluten free menu that includes pizza, flatbread sandwiches, and wings!
    There is also a grocery market that is 90% gluten free stock near Pittsburgh called Eden’s Market, 99 Alfred St, Mt. Lebanon area, 412-343-1802

  4. Declan says:

    You have Ferrara’s listed in Sharon, PA unfortunately they are no longer in business. They had fantastic GF food, However had to close


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