It can be hard to find gluten free options on vacation. Here is a short list of some Seaside restaurants that have gluten free offerings; save time researching so you can spend time exploring our backyard. Keep in mind these are not dedicated gluten-free restaurants.

Call ahead to check for hours, many businesses are closed one or two days a week on the coast, especially when it is no longer Summer.

Featured photo from Maggie’s on the Prom: Cedar River Filet Mignon – GF – Six ounce grilled fillet, wild boar bacon and Oregon mushroom ragout, herb roasted fingerlings, a port wine demi glace, pickled mustard seeds and seasonal vegetables.

Angelina’s Pizzeria and Café: Lunch and dinner. Pizza, salad, sandwiches.

Cannon Beach Café: Lunch and dinner. Sandwiches, soup, salad, dessert, seafood, steak, entrees.

Maggie’s on the Prom: Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Omelets, Seafood, steak, burgers, salads, entrees.  Photo below is Salmon Puttanesca. Six ounce grilled NW salmon, sauce puttanesca with Kalamata olives, roasted tomato, garlic, basil, and capers.  Served with summer succotash and braised spinach.

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Ruby’s Roadside Grill: Lunch and dinner. Salads, soups, burgers, hot dogs.

Sam’s Seaside Cafe: Lunch and dinner. Burgers, soup, salad, sandwiches, dessert.

Seaside Brewing Company: Lunch and dinner. Salad, chowder, burgers, seafood, sandwiches, pizza, dessert.

 

And a dessert idea too, because when you’re on vacation, you should enjoy dessert too.

Sea Star Gelato: 32 rotating flavors made from scratch, ranging from classic Italian varieties to several dairy free sorbetto options.

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