At Celina's Mulberry Market and Grille in Galloway (68 W. Jimmie Leeds Rd., 609-404-1700), you'll find gluten-free burger rolls and bread for sandwiches.
In Cinnaminson, Due Amici (2114 Branch Pike, 856-303-8828) has gluten-free ravioli served with pomodoro sauce.
Marcello's in Marlton (300 E. Greentree Rd., 856-596-0984) offers three kinds of gluten-free pizza and three different gluten-free pasta dishes.
The Akira location in Voorhees (700 Haddonfield-Berlin Rd., 856-566-0888) has gluten-free soy sauce on hand. (Thanks to Jared G. for the tip.)
Lady Victoria Tea Room, located at Rosebush Antiques and Gifts in Levittown (1337 E. Lincoln Hwy., 215-943-3220), has a gluten-free menu that includes sandwich bread and desserts. (Thanks, Joanne R.) Another tea room - The Talking Teacup in Chalfont (301 W. Butler Ave., 215-997-8441) - has gluten-free bread and scones.
Red Robin opened its newest New Jersey location in Deptford (1750 Deptford Center Rd., 856-845-7583) this week. Gluten-free burger buns and fries from a dedicated fryer are available.
Freedom Foods, including one similar to Froot Loops, are now sold at area Whole Foods markets.
The number-one rated chocolate in the world is made in Switzerland but available in Philly. As I wrote on Tuesday, Teuscher's champagne truffles are a worthwhile upgrade for Valentine's Day next week.
Tickets for Celiac Awareness Night at the Phillies are now available for purchase. The game is on Friday, August 16 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Net proceeds from tickets bought using code CELIAC will go to support raising celiac awareness.
Have a great weekend!