Where To Eat Gluten Free in Atlanta Georgia

We just returned from a week in Atlanta and I’m excited to share all the gluten free restaurants and cafes where we ate! I’ve even included a couple places I wanted to try but wasn’t able to for lack of time. If it’s your first visit to Atlanta, this list of restaurants is organized from North to South. I’ve included the MARTA stops and local attractions. I find when traveling it’s best to know where to eat when you are attending an event or tourist attraction. If you are looking for a well organized list of things to see and do during your visit, check out my blog 5 Days In Atlanta: Where To Stay and Play. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links, which means I earn a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you purchase from them. Thanks for supporting the free content on this site! Midtown…

2 Nights in Savannah: Where to Play and Eat Gluten Free

March is an eventful month for us. It’s our dating and wedding anniversary and we always plan a trip to celebrate. This year we chose a two night road trip to Savannah, Georgia. We have friends from who we met while vacationing at Sandals Grande Antigua who retired in Savannah. They suggested we stay with them while touring the Savannah Historic District. Our friends live in Midtown, only four hours from Charlotte, North Carolina. The road trip from the Queen City was uneventful. We stopped halfway in Columbia, South Carolina, at the Famous Toastery for gluten free breakfast. Our arrival time was 11:00 AM, which gave us 1.5 days of sightseeing left. Read on to learn more about what we saw and where we ate in this beautiful, southern city. Day 1 1. Forsyth Park Parking and Transportation: According to TripAdvisor, Forsyth Park is one of the top 10 destinations…