At Crabby Dick's in Rehoboth Beach (18831 Coastal Hwy., 302-645-9132) and Delaware City (30 Clinton St., 302-832-5100), the restaurants keep a gluten-free guide on hand. Acceptable options include steampots, seafood and salads.
Elsewhere in Rehoboth, The Fresh Market is opening on June 8 in the Rehoboth Gateway Shopping Center on Coastal Highway.
Grotto Pizza recently opened another Delaware location, this one in Middletown (315 Auto Park Dr., 302-314-9500). All outlets offer gluten-free pizza.
The new Millstone Cafe at the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford (1 Hoffman's Mill Rd., 610-388-2700) has a selection of gluten-free, dairy-free and vegetarian options.
The Green Fork & Local Roots Market (115 S. Main St., 267-217-7997). Breakfast choices on the varied menu include pancakes, French toast and flatbreads; at lunch, there are wraps and salads, and burgers, pasta and proteins are available at dinner.
Recent area gluten-free-friendly business closures include Parlor in Ardmore, Isabella in Conshohocken and Sweet Christine's Bakery in Kennett Square.
Aldi Markets are once again celebrating Celiac Awareness Month with a slew of new and returning house-brand LiveGFree gluten-free products. Among the items debuting this year are General Tso's Chicken, two frozen-fish entrees and a white chocolate chip cookie mix.
Classic Cake is now selling a gluten-free double chocolate cheesecake at local supermarkets, including the Ravitz ShopRites in Camden and Burlington counties.
The 2016 World Beer Cup took place last weekend, and winners in the Gluten-Free Beer category were Glutenberg for its India Pale Ale (Gold) and Lapsang d'Automne (Silver) and New Jersey's own Departed Soles for its-black-and-tan-like A Dark Night (Bronze). In last Tuesday's post, you can read about two gluten-free beers from Burning Brothers Brewing.
NJY Camps is once again hosting a Gluten-Free Family Camp Weekend in the Poconos. The event will run from June 10-12 and provides a family getaway with a private cabin, including pools, lakes, ropes courses, art shops, family entertainment, kosher gluten-free meals (made in a dedicated kitchen), day camp for kids and programming for adults. The cost is $275 per adult and children under 18 are free. Registration can be processed online.
Have a great weekend!
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