At Farmers Market Restaurant in Florida City, fittingly located inside the gated industrial-looking state farmers market, the staff was friendly and willing to try to accommodate me. We ate here because there really aren't that many places in the South Florida area, and we wanted to go to a local place. With plenty of fresh vegetables on the menu and seafood being their specialty, I had no problem putting together a gluten free meal. As with many places that don't have a Gluten Free menu, however, it's important to be very specific about what you can and cannot eat. For example, I had to send back the mashed potatoes when they were served to me with gravy on top because the waitress didn’t know the gravy was made with flour.
To read a full review of my trip to South Florida, including Everglades National Park, Biscayne National Park, and the Florida Keys, go to www.celiactravelguide.com.