Portland, Oregon is one of the most gluten-free friendly cities in the USA, which means finding gluten-free grubs is fairly easy, especially with the help of this gluten-free Portland guide. From restaurants and bakeries to breweries and food trucks, we rounded up the best gluten-free spots so you won’t miss out on all the gluten-free goodness during your trip to Portland.
Note: 100% gluten-free establishments are marked with a star (★).
Table of Contents
- Gluten-Free Map of Portland
- Best Gluten-Free Restaurants in Portland
- Best Gluten-Free Bakeries in Portland
- Best Gluten-Free Breweries in Portland
- Best Gluten-Free Food Trucks in Portland
- Gluten-Free Food at Portland’s Airport (PDX)
Gluten-Free Map of Portland, Oregon
Best Gluten-Free Restaurants in Portland, Oregon
Back to Eden Bakery Cafe ★
Even though the name suggests it’s a bakery, it’s more of a cafe, as it has a great selection of savory items like mac & cheese, biscuits, salads and pizza! Not to mention they have gluten-free beers and ciders on tap. This 100% vegan and gluten-free cafe also serves delicious baked goodies, but if you want to indulge in a real treat, go crazy in their dessert shop next door.
2215 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211, USA | Visit Website
Corbett Fish House ★
From beer battered fish & chips to cheese curds and fried calamari, Corbett has all the naughty and hearty fried foods celiacs crave. The fried goodies are flash fried with gluten-free flours, while other items on their menu like the chowder are also worth trying. Corbett easily serves some of the best seafood in PDX and quite possibly the best gluten-free fish and chips.
Celiac Note: Though this is a dedicated facility, they sell regular beer and serve individually packaged oyster crackers (with gluten) with the soup.
Corbett has two other locations, another in Portland, Hawthorne Fish House and one in Vancouver, Washington.
5901 SW Corbett Ave, Portland, OR 97239, USA | Visit Website
Tiny Moreso ★
Tiny Moreso is a hidden gem in NE Portland that makes for a great healthy food stop. Though you won’t suspect it, everything at Tiny Moreso is 100% gluten-free and vegan! As for the menu, it’s not very big but they do serve little snacks and delicious toast like avocado and chipotle cashew cream served on gluten-free bread from New Cascadia. However, I think they truly shine when it comes to their fresh juices, smoothies and raw desserts. You don’t want to miss out on their cheesecakes, they alone make Tiny Moreso worth visiting.
Celiac Note: Oat containing products are made at Tiny Moreso.
4520 NE 42nd Ave, Portland, OR 97218, USA | Visit Website
Butterfly Belly Asian Cuisine ★
If you love pho, then you’ll love their 48-hour, wait I lied, their 72-hour bone broth because it’s even better and healthier! Besides pho, Butterfly Belly also serves other traditional Asian dishes like pad thai, egg rolls and many other Vietnamese dishes. Everything on the menu is gluten-free, free from MSG and preservatives and homemade, even the sauces. It’s safe to say that this gluten-free Asian food haven is without a doubt the Pearl District’s best kept secret! Well, I guess the word is out now.
323 NW Park Ave, Portland, OR 97209, USA | Visit Website
Prasad / Prasad East ★
Located inside the Yoga Pearl Studio in the Pearl District you’ll find the wholefood plant-based cafe, Prasad. Everything is gluten-free, organic and mainly vegan with some raw options. As for the food, it’s as delicious to eat as it is beautiful to look at, everything is beautifully presented. I highly recommend the chipotle chili bowl with smoked tempeh, the waffles and any of the fresh juices or drinks, they’re refreshingly good.There’s nothing like a healthy delicious meal that makes you feel fantastic after eating it! If you’re looking for a great healthy and veggie-filled meal that’s also 100% gluten-free, look no further than Prasad. Prasad has another location, Prasad East, which is in Portland Rock Gym.
925 NW Davis St, Portland, OR 97209, USA | Visit Website
Verde Cocina ★
If you are craving Mexican food, Verde Cocina is screaming your name. From homemade tortillas, fish tacos, typical Mexican breakfast, huevos rancheros, mole and quesadillas, you will die and wake up in Mexican food heaven. They’ll without a doubt satisfy any Mexican food cravings you have. Their strong tequilas and cocktails help curve that craving too! With four locations around Portland and stalls at various farmers markets, you’ll never be too far away from safe and awesome gluten-free Mexican food.
Various Locations | Visit Website
Cultured Caveman ★
Portland’s first paleo-friendly and gluten-free food truck is now a brick and mortar, with a menu that’s free of gluten, dairy and soy. The possibilities are endless! My favorites start with the liver pate and olive paste and continues with either the shepherd’s pie, smoked salmon salad or the chili and finally it ends with a cup of bone broth. Gotta keep it healthy! I always enjoy my meals here, it’s basically cloud nine for any celiac and should not be missed on your gluten-free Portland trip!
8233 N Denver Ave, Portland, OR 97217, USA | Visit Website
Thrive Sauce and Bowls ★
The menu at Thrive Sauce and Bowls is loaded with creative and simple yet tasty and healthy dishes. Their specialties are their bowls and delicious sauces, but there are a few things you should definitely indulge in. The polenta squares, loaded mac & cheese and the butternut squash fries are must-have appetizers. When you’re done with your snack, enjoy one of the bowls, but whatever you do, don’t forget the sauce!
4641 NE Fremont St, Portland, OR 97213, USA | Visit Website
Bang Bang ★
When the sun goes down and you are looking for a spot to let off some steam by drinking the night away, Bang Bang is where you need to be. Bang Bang has happy hour specials from 5-6pm and 9:30pm-midnight that include both drinks and food. All their food, which is Thai-inspired, is said to be 100% gluten and dairy-free. Their specialties are curry and cocktails. As for drinks, they have plenty of cocktails and wines, as well as one GF beer.
Celiac Note: Some celiacs claimed to have gotten glutened after eating here. Some believe the fried shallots, which are brought in, are the culprit. I recommend asking for no shallots or avoiding meals that contain them. I personally have not eaten here.
Teote is a Latin American street food restaurant that celebrates the gluten-free Venezuelan staple, arepas. Arepas are stuffed with things like plantains, shredded meat, salsa, baked beans and cheese. If you don’t want an arepa, go for the smoky queso dip or the plate option, which comes with all of the above and more meat. Teote has a second location in Portland.
Celiac Note: Though Teote is 100% gluten-free, they can’t guarantee that some of their products don’t contain traces of gluten.
1615 SE 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97214, USA | Visit Website
Harlow is the sister restaurant of Parsad, with the same ethos. The food is entirely organic, gluten-free and mainly vegan and can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Some of the dishes on the menu include a jackfruit wrap, vegan mac and cheese, mushroom stroganoff and pesto scrambled eggs. Harlow also has a plethora of drinks to choose from, be it fresh juices, smoothies or elixirs.
3632 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214, USA | Visit Website
Andina is a posh Peruvian restaurant and tapas bar in the Pearl District that serves the gluten-free/celiac community well. The food is a sight to see as it’s colorful and beautifully presented, but it’s even better to eat. From the ceviche and yuca fries to the seared scallops and rack of lamb, Andina dishes are an adventure of flavors and rarely disappoints. Just as impressive as the food are their extensive wine list, creative cocktails and spirits.
With a vast dedicated gluten-free menu, very knowledgeable staff and dedicated space and equipment, it’s no wonder why Andina is considered one of the best gluten-free friendly restaurants in Portland. Celiacs are always loyal to those who treat them well. Andina also accommodates vegetarians and vegans well as they have their own menu.
1314 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209, USA | Visit Website
Departure Restaurant + Lounge
High up on the fifteen floor of the Nines Hotel is the upscale Asian fusion restaurant Departure. The dedicated gluten-free menu offers an array of innovative dishes including sushi, kushiyaki (Japanese skewers) and desserts. Actually, all of their desserts are gluten-free!
Accompanying the unique Asian dishes are fantastic views of downtown PDX and of course cocktails. You can enjoy the lovely view and drinks at the lounge/rooftop bar without reservations, however if you want to experience a nice sit-down meal in their spaceship like restaurant, reservations are required.
Note: Though this is a fancy restaurant, Departure can get noisy because of the rooftop bar, so don’t expect a quiet and peaceful dinner.
525 SW Morrison St, Portland, OR 97204, USA | Visit Website
Mississippi Pizza Pub
Mississippi Pizza Pub is known to most as the spot to devour one of the best gluten-free pizzas in Portland. At an additional price, almost all of their pizzas (8”-16”) can be made gluten-free. They even offer vegan, gluten-free pizza crust! The pizza crust is truly divine and doesn’t taste like cardboard, which is always a bonus!
The pizza crusts are made in their certified and dedicated gluten-free facility, Portland Gluten-Free, which makes wholesale gluten-free pie crust and they’re stored separately at the restaurant. As for cross-contamination, Mississippi goes through great lengths to minimize it. All pizza makers are trained to avoid cross-contamination while separate utensils and pots are used as well as a separate oven.
Celiac Note: Though all measures are taken, you can still get sick as wheat flour is used in the space. If you want to be 100% safe, I would recommend buying their individual frozen pizza crust (which is certified) from them and making your own pizza.
3552 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, OR 97227, USA | Visit Website
Tin Shed Garden Cafe
It’s always a good sign when there is a line out the door of a restaurant. Actually, it’s an even better sign when that restaurant is also super gluten-free friendly. The menu has an array of gluten-free options available for brunch and dinner including sandwiches, burgers and popular sides like mac n’ cheese and coconut rice. Did I mention that they have gluten-free challah bread? It’s a must! For dishes that aren’t GF, they’re happy to make changes to make it gluten-free, so you won’t leave here hungry. Besides being gluten-free friendly, they are dog friendly. Your furry friend has a patio and a menu too.
1438 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211, USA | Visit Website
¿Por Qué No?
Voted as the Portland metropolitan area’s best taqueria (by a landslide) is the famous Por Que No! Luckily for us, most of their dishes are gluten-free or can be made gluten-free. That includes their tacos made of fresh homemade corn tortillas. The wait and long lines are worth it.
Celiac Note: Ask about the meat when ordering, as not all of them are gluten-free.
Various locations | Visit Website
Mi Mero Mole
There is no shortage of good gluten-free Mexican food restaurants in Portland, and Mi Mero Mole is definitely one of them. Everything Mi Mero Mole makes is from scratch, including the tortillas, moles, salsas and cocktails! If you are looking for recommendations on what to try, any of the guisados (homemade Mexican stews) and a cocktail would be perfect. Everything on the menu, with the exception of the flour tortillas and meatballs, is gluten-free!
32 NW 5th Ave, Portland, OR 97209, USA | Visit Website
Fresh Roll – Vietnamese Street Food
Fresh Roll is easily a taste of Vietnam without being there! Most of the menu is gluten-free, including the flavorful and rich pho broth, as well as some of the must-have fresh rolls made with rice paper. The grilled lemongrass pork spring roll is usually my choice. If you fancy something else, the menu is clearly labeled and the friendly staff is aware of cross-contamination.
600 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA | Visit Website
El Cubo de Cuba
One thing I don’t see much of while traveling is gluten-free Cuban restaurants. So you know how delighted I was when I found this one. El Cubo offers an array of authentic Cuban food with many options being gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan-friendly. Actually almost everything is gluten-free, with the exception of the sandwiches, but they can easily make them gluten-free on request. From the bowls and empanadas to sauces and desserts you can have it all. Don’t leave without trying the empanadas, the gluten-free cuban sandwich or the maduro sundae, which is basically ice cream served with fried sweet plantains and chocolate sauce! It’s awesome 🙂
3106 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214, USA | Visit Website
Sellwood’s popular Thai spot, Jade Bistro, is also a favorite among gluten-free eaters. Almost everything is gluten-free or can be made gluten-free. From delicious appetizers like spring rolls and chicken satay to cashew chicken and caramelized pork made in a clay pot, you’ll be spoiled for choices. Whatever you do, save room for dessert, you won’t want to miss out on the mango sticky rice.
7912 SE 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97202, USA | Visit Website
Papa G’s Deli
“All vegan, all organic and all awesome!” Papa’s G’s is a vegan delight with many gluten-free dishes. The menu is 85% gluten-free while the sandwiches and burgers can easily be made gluten-free with gf bread and buns. Papa G’s Deli is a great choice if you’re looking to eat vegan and gluten-free in Portland.
2314 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202, USA | Visit Website
Eb & Bean
Portland’s first frozen yogurt place is thankfully gluten-free friendly. All the flavors are gluten-free and they serve gluten-free cones! For my non-dairy friends, Eb & Bean always offers three dairy-free yogurt flavors, including coconut and almond. All of Eb & Bean’s frozen yogurt is organic, probiotic-rich and free of artificial sweeteners, preservatives and corn syrup. There are also many gluten-free toppings to choose from, like cookie dough and almond truffle crumbles.
Celiac Note: Ask the staff if you can clean the nozzle of the yogurt dispenser and skip the toppings due to cross-contamination. To be even safer, just go with a prepackaged pint of ice cream in the freezer.
Various Locations | Visit Website
Best Gluten-Free Bakeries in Portland, Oregon
Petunia’s Pies & Pastries ★
Portland’s first entirely vegan and gluten-free bakery, Petunia’s Pies & Pastries creatively innovates pastries and desserts from fresh, seasonal, local and wholesome ingredients. From babycakes (cupcakes), sticky buns and doughnuts to cookies, apples pies and cheesecakes, Petunia’s Pies & Pastries has everything you’ll need to satisfy your sweet tooth. They also recently collaborated with the popular ice cream chain Salt & Straw Ice Cream to give you a taste of the popular ice cream branch without the cross-contamination issues and long lines. If you’re not in the mood for dessert, you can enjoy some of their savory options for brunch like the belgian waffles, chili and cornbread or a cream cheese bagel. Whatever you go for, just expect to be on cloud nine, after all it is one of the best gluten-free bakeries in Portland!
610 SW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97205, USA | Visit Website
Back to Eden Bakery ★
Back to Eden Bakery is a gluten-free and vegan dream. Their selection goes beyond the typical bakery stuff like cupcakes and cakes (which they have too) and the oh so familiar dry and crumbly baked goods we’re use to from some GF bakeries. Their menu boasts goodies like cream pies, apple fritter scones and donuts! But it doesn’t stop there, as they also serve ice creams, shakes, sundaes and even root beer floats, pretty much everything you need to keep your sugar cravings well feed.
2217 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211, USA | Visit Website
New Cascadia Traditional Bakery ★
At New Cascadia be prepared to enjoy bread and baked goods that are equally as good, if not better than regular pastries and bread. From awesome gluten-free bagels, challah and baguettes to hot dog and burger buns, you won’t be disappointed. Besides making the best gluten-free bread in Portland, the popular bakery also specializes in muffins, cinnamon rolls, scones, cakes and other delicious baked goods. Their savory dishes are also worth exploring, especially the tasty gluten-free pizza and the buttermilk biscuit sandwich for breakfast. To me, New Casadia is the best gluten-free bakery in Portland. Don’t believe me? Their products are so good that you can find them in over 45 restaurants in Portland. Now that says a lot.
1700 SE 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97214, USA | Visit Website
Gluten Free Gem ★
Gluten Free Gem is another Portland jewel to grace the gluten-free bakery scene! Their scrumptious pastries include pound cake, swiss rolls, vanilla glazed donuts, moist caramel brownies and even soft gluten-free pretzels! Now that’s what I call a celiac’s treat! The menu constantly changes and is seasonal, so there will always be something new and awesome to fall in love with. Gluten Free Gem is also very allergen friendly with everything color-coded and labeled to show what is free from xyz ingredient. Many dairy and egg-free options are available.
140 NE Broadway St, Portland, OR 97232, USA | Visit Website
Kyra’s Bake Shop ★
Though technically not in Portland, it’s less than 20 minutes out, it’s totally worth the visit. Not to mention that it makes for a nice day trip to Lake Oswego. As for the bakery, everything is absolutely superb! Whether it’s the cinnamon rolls, sticky buns, cupcakes or muffins, I love them all. If you do visit Kyra’s, I recommend going early as they often sell out fast. Breakfast and lunch are also served at the bakery.
599 A Ave, Lake Oswego, OR 97034, USA | Visit Website
Best Gluten-Free Breweries in Portland
Ground Breaker Gastropub ★
Previously known as Harvester Brewing, Ground Breaker Brewing is the first dedicated gluten-free brewery in the United States! It was also the first gluten-free gastropub in Portland. Ground Breaker brews 100% gluten-free craft beers that are sold nationwide, but you can sample all of them as well as get taproom exclusives at the brewery. The kitchen is also 100% gluten-free and they serve delicious food like cornbread, pizza, Cuban sandwiches and smoked brisket sandwiches. How could I forget the buttermilk fried chicken? It’s probably the best gluten-free fried chicken in Portland. This place is truly a celiac’s dream come true, and is without a doubt the best gluten-free brewery/pub in Portland. If you want a proper Portland brewery experience without the worry or hassle of what you can eat or what beer you can drink, then a visit to Ground Breaker is a must!
2030 SE 7th Ave, Portland, OR 97214, USA | Visit Website
Schilling Cider House ★
The world’s largest selection of craft hard ciders are free from artificial colors and flavors and are naturally gluten-free. There are 50 gf ciders on tap that are color-coded so you can drink according to your palate. The kitchen is 100% gluten-free, meaning you can enjoy everything off their small gluten-free pub food menu, including the corn dogs, quesadillas, wings and tater tots.
930 SE 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97214, USA | Visit Website
Deschutes Brewery & Public House
This brewpub always has a gluten-free beer on tap and some ciders. For food, you’ll find that their menu has plenty of gluten-free options available, including burgers, salads, appetizers and some mains. Please inform the waiters you are a celiac so they can tell you what’s safe to eat.
210 NW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97209, USA | Visit Website
Highland Stillhouse Pub
Highland has several hard ciders and some gluten-free beer options. As for the food, they serve some of the best gluten-free pub food options outside of a dedicated gluten-free brewery. This includes mac & cheese, fish & chips, deep fried mushrooms and fries! Everything is made in a dedicated fryer.
201 S 2nd St, Oregon City, OR 97045, USA | Visit Website
Hopworks Urban Brewery
A fun brewery with many gluten-free beers and ciders as well as burgers that are made on Udi’s gluten-free bread for an additional fee. For more options, check with the waiter and let them know you are a celiac so they can help you safely navigate the menu, as it’s not properly labeled. Hopworks has two locations in Portland and another in Vancouver.
Various locations | Visit Website
Reverend Nat’s Cidery and Public Taproom
This hidden gem makes creative ciders and hosts great event nights. The taproom always has 12 ciders on tap and we recommend going for the 6 flight sampler or trying all 12!
Celiac Note: Though the ciders and hops are naturally gluten-free, the creators occasionally add ingredients containing gluten, so be sure to double check before ordering.
1813 NE 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 97212, USA | Visit Website
Moonshrimp Brewing ★
Moonshrimp is another dedicated gluten-free brewery in Portland, unfortunately they don’t have a brew pub. On Tuesdays you can pull up to the drive up beer window and take a beer to go. Their beers are also sold in stores all around the Pacific Northwest.
8428 SW 22nd Ave, Portland, OR 97219, USA | Visit Website
Best Gluten-Free Food Trucks in Portland, Oregon
Jouk Li Jou / Mathilde’s Kitchen ★
Mathilde’s brings the unique and scrumptious flavors of Haitian cuisine to the streets of Portland, specifically Portland Mercado! If you’ve never had Haitian food before, this is the place to get your first taste, as Mathilde will not disappoint. With a combination of heat and flavor, take your pick from the famous pork griot with fried plantains, the succulent oxtail stew or any of the other many gluten-free options. Whatever you chose, you’ll be happy you gave Haitian food a try!
7238 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR 97206, USA | Visit Website
Desi is a gluten-free food truck in Alberta Arts District whipping up authentic and flavorful Indian-inspired dishes that are also organic. The lentil dhal and waffles are popular faves, but it’s the cardamom chai chicken that’s said to be exceptional and should not be missed!
Celiac Note: Their spices may contain traces of gluten as some are processed in gluten-filled facilities. Ask staff for more information.
4233 N Mississippi Ave, Portland, OR 97217, USA | Visit Website
Jurassic Cart ★
Jurassic Cart prides themselves on serving not only delicious paleo meals but also food that can be enjoyed by anyone with dietary restrictions. Everything in the kitchen is “100% grain, gluten, tree nut, legume, soy, cow-dairy, MSG, preservative, and other weird food additive-free.” Favorites are the “Skewer” and “Dino Egg” (grilled avocado filled with cauliflower sticky rice, with mango and cilantro) and the bone broth. With tasty paleo food and an allergy-friendly menu, Jurassic Cart is definitely one of the best gluten-free food trucks in Portland.
5205 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR 97206, United States | Visit Website
Tierra Del Sol ★
At the colorful and vibrant Portland Mercado is the 100% gluten-free Mexican food cart Tierra Del Sol. Serving up traditional Oaxacan food with the organic homemade blue corn tortilla being the center of attention, you’ll enjoy the “not-your-average street tacos” or the quesadillas, but I’m sure it’s gonna be the tlayudas (Mexican pizza) with Oaxacan cheese that’s going to keep you coming back!
7238 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR 97206, USA | Visit Website
The GF Chef ★
GF Chef was one of the first gluten-free food carts in Portland and is still going strong. It must be because this is where celiacs go to devour all the fried goodness they have been missing out on. From corn dogs and onion rings to fish n’ chips; this cart is truly a gluten-free paradise. Besides the sinfully good food, The GF chef Jim also makes award-winning comfort food like biscuits, waffles, reuben sandwiches and peach cobbler. No visit to Portland is complete without a visit to The GF Chef truck.
Back To Eden ★
The popular 100% gluten-free and vegan bakery also has a food cart at the SE Woodstock that serves most of, if not all, their organic and vegan baked goods, dessert and ice cream!
4804 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97206 USA | Visit Website
The Whole Bowl ★
The Whole Bowl makes one thing, rice bowls…and they make them right. The guilt-free bowl, which comes in different sizes, is comprised of brown rice, black and red beans, avocado, cilantro, black olives, tillamook cheddar, sour cream, salsa and their special Tali sauce, which makes everything way better. With multiple locations scattered around Portland, you’ll never be far from a healthy gluten-free bowl. The Whole Bowl also has a location in Cincinnati, Ohio and another in Phoenix, Arizona.
Various locations | Visit Website
This food cart is exactly what you think it is, a potato champion. They take old, boring, traditional fries and make them awesome again with their sauces! The classic Canadian comfort food, poutine is one of those spectaculars that’s a must. All their sauces are gluten-free with the exception of the satay sauce, so steer clear of anything containing it. The fryer makes only gluten-free fries!
1207 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214, USA | Visit Website
What’s street food without Colombian arepas? Specializing in Colombian food, El Pilón dishes out mouth-watering favorites like shredded beef arepas, flaky empanadas, patacones (fried plantains) and my favorite snacks, bunuelos and pan de yuca! The best part is that everything on the menu is gluten-free. The taste of Colombia awaits you at El Pilón.
329 SW 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 97204, USA
Anna Thai Basil
With a 99% gluten-free Thai menu, you’ll be spoiled for choice at the Anna Thai Basil food cart. The menu includes classics like pad thai and Thai curries, but also must-tries like chicken-thai basil, pad see ew and bubble tea! Anna only has one non-gluten-free food, so be sure to let them know you are a celiac. Anna Thai Basil is definitely the best place in Portland to indulge in a big portion of gluten-free Thai food without the price tag.
1001-1069 SW Alder St, Portland, OR 97205, USA | Visit Website
Holy Mole (Closed) Hole Mole serves real Mexican dishes the way they’re supposed to be, lip-smacking good and 100% gluten-free! Don’t expect this to be your typical taco food cart, as these are traditional Mexican dishes at their finest! Don’t leave without trying the mole! 1419 SE 33rd Ave, Portland, OR 97214, USA
Gluten-Free Food at Portland’s Airport (PDX)
Beaches Restaurant and Bar (Before Security) – With knowledgeable staff, they have a separate menu that includes gluten-free breakfast, lunch and dinner options
Cafe Yumm (Concourse C) – The staff is knowledgeable. Be sure to check their allergy list to see what you can eat. Yumm bowl and burgers on GF bread are available.
Laurelwood Brewing (Concourse A) – There are a few GF options, mostly burgers and sandwiches served on Udi bread.
Flying Elephant Deli (Before Security) – They have a few options and can substitute GF bread for any of their sandwiches and burgers.
Stanford’s Restaurant and Bar (Before Security) – Ask staff for GF options, some burgers can be made gluten-free with GF buns.
Pam Winklesky says
Honey Butter Country Fair is an amazing gluten free cart. They also offer vegan choices. It’s fair food – so corn dogs and funnel cakes. My kids are both gluten free and they don’t live in Portland- but they always want to go there when they’re in town
Bryre Lowe says
You need to check out Aji tram!!! Best food!!!