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When my girlfriend wanted to go to Bainbridge Island, I thought that I would starve for an entire day. And, I started to panic. She showed me a magazine with a one-page article about Bainbridge Island and it only mentioned one restaurant. So, of course, my naive personality kicked in, and I assumed that water would need to be my best friend for just one day. And, unfortunately, I assumed that if I mentioned the word ” gluten” someone would give me a dirty stare.

If you often feel that way, you are not alone!

But, you can take a short ferry ride from Seattle to Bainbridge Island and explore the island all day gluten-free style….

In fact, people live there. They have bikes, homemade kombucha, and some of the best wine tastings. So, if you are looking for a new place to explore, I highly recommend spending at least one day on Bainbridge Island.

 

You can customize a gluten-free medium or large pizza at That’s A Some Pizza. 

They make a thin crust.

And, this is a favorite: pesto, olives, mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, and no cheese.

Let me know if you make it to Bainbridge Island!

That’s A Some Pizza

That's A Some Pizza 488 Winslow Way East Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110

Gluten Free Kitchen

No

Gluten Free Menu - Items Labeled

Yes

Gluten Free Pizza

Yes

Gluten Free Bread

No

Gluten Free Pasta

No

Price

$ – $$

Hi, I’m Lorally! I love pasta bowls, pizza, and Dr. Pepper. And, my Boston Terrier, Lola B. I wear all the “hats” at Chew This Up. Did you make a recipe? Tag @glutenfree.anytime_anywhere and use #glutenfreeanytimeanywhere. Or, email me at [email protected]. I want to hear from you.

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