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New GREAT-Trained Restaurants Ready to Serve Gluten-Free


The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is proud to announce the newest graduates of GREAT (Gluten-Free Resource Education and Awareness Training) Kitchens, the organization's gluten-free training program. These restaurants, caterers, schools and camps have learned the proper protocols for safely preparing and serving gluten-free food. They invite gluten-free customers to enjoy a safe and satisfying gluten-free meal at their establishments. To learn more about GREAT Kitchens, visit www.CeliacLearning.com.

Visit a new GREAT-trained location near you:
(For more restaurants serving gluten-free, see GREAT Kitchens.)


Village Tavern - Birmingham, AL


Berghoff Catering and Restaurant Group - Chicago, IL

Ottawa Regional Hospital - Ottawa, IL


Jolie’s Louisiana Bistro - Lafayette, LA


Galway Bay - Annapolis, MD

CCI Creations Event Planning - Edgewater, MD


Pizza Luce - Duluth, MN


Minsky’s Pizza - Blue Springs, MO

Minsky’s Pizza - Independence, MO

Minsky’s Pizza - Lee’s Summit, MO

New Jersey

Via Roma Restaurant - Toms River, NJ

Camp Nah-Jee-Wah - Fairfield, NJ

New York

CJ’s Restaurant - Niagara Falls, NY


Cedar Lake Camp, NJY - Milford, PA

Buddakan - Philadelphia, PA

CHIFA Restaurant - Philadelphia, PA

Jack Kramer’s Catering - Philadelphia, PA

Starr Restaurant - Philadelphia, PA

Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen - Radnor, PA

International Sports Training Camp - Stroudsburg, PA


Regence - Salt Lake City, UT


Mia Famiglia Ristorante - Hales Corners, WI

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