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Author:  patrish [ Sun Nov 09, 2014 9:16 am ]
Post subject:  Top 10 Gluten-Free Restaurants on the Grand Strand

...By Kristi Falk
This article is from SC Woman Magazine. If you would like more details, you can download the entire magazine in .pdf format here:

#1: PF Chang’s
The first time I set foot inside and
said that I was gluten free, they handed
me a separate menu and said that they
cater to over 12 different food allergies. I
almost cried! The serve all gluten-free
dishes on specially marked plates and
they even gave me gluten-free soy sauce
to add to the assortment of condiments.
My favorite dish? It’s the Spicy Chicken,
hands down!

#2: Scatori’s Italian Restaurant
Chef Kevin Levine is a master! He can
take almost any of the dishes and pre-
pare it gluten-free, all you have to do is
ask. I love all of the risotto choices that
can be served in place of pasta, especial-
ly the mushroom risotto. The food is
amazing and I never have to worry
about what I am eating there.
Scatori’s Pizzeria & Italian
(843) 650-3370
1399 S Commons Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC

#3: Mellow Mushroom
Pizza and beer! Need I say more?
Finally, I can go out on Sunday’s to
watch Football and eat and drink like a
“normal” person. They have really great
gluten-free pizza with more toppings
that you can imagine. They serve a few
different gluten-free beverage options as
well. I love this place!
Mellow Mushroom
(843) 444-1122
1571 21st Ave N, Myrtle Beach, SC
Pfchang’s China Bistro
(843) 839-9470
1190 Farrow Pky, Myrtle Beach, SC

#4: Barefoot Barista
Crepes, muffins, cakes, cookies and
more. I was overjoyed when I found the
Barista! I love crepes and the other crepe
locations had no gluten-free options.
Now, I go to the South end just for a
crepe and some delicious coffee! It’s a bit
of a drive for me, but totally worth it!
Barefoot Barista

#5: Travinia
I love that more and more Italian
Restaurants have gluten free menus.
Travinia is the first one that I found that
offered gluten-free pasta. This is where
like to eat an amazing meal before going
to see a movie.
Travinia Italian Kitchen
(843) 233-8500
4011 Deville St, Myrtle Beach, SC

#6: Bonefish Grill
I love the variety of options available
on the gluten-free menu, including the
sauces you can choose to top your
entrée. I especially love the trout. You
can’t go wrong with seafood!
Bonefish Grill
(843) 215-4374 - 8703 Highway 17 Byp S,
Surfside Bch, SC
Bonefish Grill
(843) 497-5294 - 7401 N Kings Hwy,
Myrtle Beach, SC
Bonefish Grill
(843) 280-6638 - 103 Highway 17 S,
North Myrtle Beach, SC

#7: Nacho Hippo
Mexican/Southwestern is almost
always a safe bet. Corn is thankfully
gluten-free, so tacos and corn chips with
salsa, are a great way to go. I love the
different tacos at Nacho Hippo and their
salsa is great! Add in a margarita and
you are set to go.
Nacho Hippo
Market Common
1160 Farrow Parkway, Myrtle Beach, SC

#8: Bay Naturals
This is a must not only for gluten-free
diners, but for the health-conscious as
well. They offer different specials and
soups daily, as well as gluten-free baked
goods. The carrot cake is so good!
Bay Naturals
(843) 353-4560 -
7611 Highway 17 N, Myrtle Beach, SC

#9: Black Thai
I absolutely love Thai food. I can even
say it may be my favorite cuisine. Thai
food is great for gluten-free diners. They
offer rice noodles or brown rice with
your entrée. They don’t use flour as a
thickener, the food is always as spicy as
you want it and full of flavor.
Black Thai Restaurant & Lounge 22
(843) 916-8424
710 Main St, Myrtle Beach, SC

#10: Gordon Biersch
The Market Common

(Unfortunately the article ends without any further information about Gordon Biersch. It is a popular restaurant located very close to us, so we eat there fairly often, although I can't comment on the gluten-free items)

Author:  phroggy [ Sun Nov 09, 2014 3:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Top 10 Gluten-Free Restaurants on the Grand Strand

Um, everyone is aware that there is no such thing as gluten sensitivity, right?

Author:  patrish [ Sun Nov 09, 2014 11:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Top 10 Gluten-Free Restaurants on the Grand Strand


We had some friends over to dinner awhile back, and had to run the selections by them to be sure they were gluten-free. I thought maybe this list of restaurants would be helpful to people who have the same issue.

Author:  ohiojo [ Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:07 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Top 10 Gluten-Free Restaurants on the Grand Strand

Thank you for the list of Gluten-Free restaurants...While I am not gluten sensitive...several students in our school were...and I have some friends who are as well...I feel this list will be much appreciated! :sunny:

Author:  ScarletBegonias [ Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:24 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Top 10 Gluten-Free Restaurants on the Grand Strand

Phroggy, Not sure if you are trying to be funny?

I am a dignosed Celiac and I get VERY VERY sick when I eat anything with Wheat, gluten, barley, malt..ect. I also can't have MSG. Celiac Disease is a real thing and it's great to have places to go.

thanks for posting Patrish.

Author:  Sun n' Fun [ Mon Nov 10, 2014 12:01 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Top 10 Gluten-Free Restaurants on the Grand Strand

Phroggy, Phroggy, Phroggy...

Great list Patrish!

Author:  phroggy [ Tue Nov 11, 2014 9:06 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Top 10 Gluten-Free Restaurants on the Grand Strand

What I should have said was, "Thanks for the list, Patrish. I'm sure the celiac disease sufferers will appreciate it. As we all know, they're the only medically diagnosed gluten sensitive folks"

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