On a recent journey from Denver to Boulder, we decided to stop in Louisville for lunch. Having been informed that The Louisville Rex has some gluten-free options, we decided to stop in to check it out. In terms of percentage of menu, The Rex doesn’t have a particularly large gluten-free selection, but this is only because their general offerings are extensive. Overall, there are plenty of GF options, including gluten-free appetizers, gluten-free pizzas, and gluten-free entrees. Our server was nice and the food was good, so we recommend stopping by if you’re ever in Louisville.
Boulder’s Leaf Vegetarian Restaurant – a popular establishment in the Pearl Street area that is, as the name unequivocally implies, a vegetarian restaurant – will host the Spring Equinox Raw Dinner on Tuesday, March 20th. The dinner, which includes four courses, will be a four-and-a-half-hour affair, starting at 4:30 PM and concluding at 9:00 PM, and every item on the menu is entirely raw, vegan, and, of course, gluten-free.
You wouldn’t necessarily expect a place called Great Harvest Bread Co. to have much by way of gluten-free offerings. Great Harvest is, indeed, a bread company, and so the majority of their products are not gluten-free, but we recently learned that they make gluten-free bread, so we stopped by on a recent Monday afternoon to give it a try. If there is one place that can make quality gluten-free bread, it has to be a bakery.