Gluten Free in DC
I’ve got another gluten-free restaurant recommendation for those of you who live in or near DC, or who may be traveling to the area.
Given my very pregnant state on our most recent weekend getaway, Mr. Native Texan and I wanted to stick close to home while still feeling like we were getting “away”. So we went to Georgetown–so fun!
During our stay, we enjoyed a gluten-free dinner at Firefly. It was wonderful–I highly recommend it!
What We Ordered
- Seasonal Vegetable Soup
- Salmon with Red Quinoa
- Steak & Grits
- Blood Orange & Chocolate Ice Cream “Sandwich”
Everything was delicious and beautifully plated. Local meats and seasonal produce inspire Firefly’s ever-rotating menu–a big plus, in my opinion. Check out their extensive gluten-free options here: Firefly Menu.
About the Restaurant
The staff was wonderfully accommodating and the restaurant itself had a fun and unique atmosphere, with tree trunks lining the walls and an enormous “firefly tree” in the center of the room. Tables are made from salvaged barnwood and a rustic stone wall separates the kitchen from the dining room.
We thoroughly enjoyed our gluten-free experience at Firefly Restaurant in Washington, DC. If you’re in the area, you should check it out, too!
Looking for gluten free restaurants in DC or Northern Virginia?
Check out more of my favorites:
- Good Stuff Eatery in Georgetown, DC
- Certified Organic Restaurant in DC: Restaurant Nora
- PassionFish Restaurant in Reston, VA
- The Daily Grill in Georgetown, DC
- Gluten Free Pizza in Leesburg, VA (and across the nation)
- The Counter in Reston, VA
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