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.
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.