Perhaps you have a gluten allergy, or perhaps you are just looking for a reason to lighten up your meal. Either way, the prospect of venturing to a restaurant may seem a bit daunting. Don't let something such as gluten restrict your desire for a nice evening out to dinner with a loved one or friends. Most chefs today understand the health problems you may have and can vary the recipe to fit your needs. If they can't substitute flour for cornstarch, then perhaps they can swap that white potato for rice. In short, all you need to do is ask! If you're still worried about eating out, then try a few restaurants that assured me of their commitment to diners seeking a gluten free meal.
Bristol Bar and Grill: 300 North Hurstborne Parkway. This location of Bristol offers a special GF menu for dinner and lunch. They seem to be quite familiar with the request which is always a great sign!
Saffron's: 131 West Market Street. The owner prides himself on authentic Persian food. As such, almost all of the dishes are naturally gluten free! Make sure to ask of course, but you will find most things are edible for all diets. This restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner.
Sweet Surrender: 1804 Frankfort Avenue. Sweet Surrender says they always try to keep a few gluten free options for drop in customers. They also make a variety of desserts to order with 48 hours notice. This spot is also recommended for vegan diets.
Varanese: 2106 Frankfort Avenue. The "eclectic Mediterranean" menu has a wide variety of naturally gluten free options. If you're not sure what is gluten free, ask the waitress to ensure that your entree is and the chef will make sure it is!