Friday, October 23, 2009

Travel & Leisure

Anello's and Wildflours

One of our followers sent me an e-mail the other day to recommend two completely gluten-free places to eat and shop, The first stop on our gluten-free journey takes us to Portsmouth N.H. for a quick visit to Anello's for lunch. Their menu is pretty simple with salads, sandwiches, pizza and a variety of baked goods. She says that the pumpkin donuts,rolls and fruit squared are to die for! They do not have entrees because they are only open from 12-5 and closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

Anello's Gluten-Free Cafe
Home of Gluten Free Cuisine
Anello’s is also Peanut-Free
41 Congress Street, Portsmouth NH 03801
T: (603) 319-8122 F: (603) 319-8123

WildfloursMarket and Bakery is a small completely gluten-free store and bakery based in Brunswick, Maine. The store has a good variety of gluten-free groceries: cookies, flour, macaroni, salad dressings, etc. The bakery portion is amazing! They have gluten-free whoopee pies, Twinkies, squares,and muffins.They also came up with a French bread that is awesome!!!

Both places are unbelievable and worth a trip to find. I hear that you can even call ahead if your are a regular and they will have your favorite waiting for you. So if you happening to be traveling in the North East on a Fall colors tour, stop by for a quick bite.

Wildflours Market and Bakery
1 Mason St
Brunswick , Maine 004011
Phone number (207)725-7973
T-W-Th- 9-6 and Fri-Sat 9-4 with no difference

The Celiac Shack

"Making gluten-free fun one day at a time!"

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