According to Gluten Free Philly, baseball goers can enjoy the following gluten-free fare at SunTrust Park – hot dogs and Enjoy Life Foods snacks at Centerfield Market (Section 149), beer at Field of Greens (Section 148), and Cracker Jack, peanuts, fruit and veggie cups at various stands throughout the park.
2B Whole Gluten-Free European Bakery will begin selling Revolution Gelato’s vegan (dairy-free) gelato on Cinco de Mayo. Choose from: Triple Vanilla, Chocolate Fantasy, Nekkid Espresso, and Orange Dream. Made with cashews and coconut cream, this gelato’s creamy, velvety texture practically melts in your mouth.
May is the month that Aldi’s expands its liveGfree line to include: ravioli, skillet meals, General Tso’s Crispy chicken, cheesecake sampler, bagels, hot dog and hamburger buns, baking mixes, and loads of snacks. These items are only available in May and tend to run out, so take advantage of their low prices and stock up.
According to ToneToATL, just days after closing their Dunwoody restaurant, Applebee’s has also closed their Johns Creek / Suwanee restaurant. This location was on Johns Creek Parkway, just off Peachtree Parkway, in Johns Creek / Suwanee.
Bezoria is heating up Friday’s this summer with a special offer at their new Alpharetta location. Now through the end of summer, receive a free order of fries every Friday with any order placed between 1 and 2 p.m. Their hand cut fries covered in a tasty sumac can’t be missed and of course they are gluten free!
Head over to Brooklyn Café in Sandy Springs to enjoy their most popular menu item – jumbo lump crab cakes. They are one of the few restaurants in metro Atlanta serving crab cakes made without breadcrumbs or crackers rendering them free of gluten. Each order is served with whole grain mustard sauce and green beans.
South City Kitchen is putting its mark on Alpharetta with its highly anticipated fourth location. The restaurant, which is scheduled to open in 2018, will be located inside The Hotel at Avalon with a patio overlooking Avalon Boulevard.
According to an Atlanta Magazine article, a health food spot from the Yeah! Burger team, Upbeet!, will open this summer. They will serve salads, grain bowls, acai bowls and protein plates in the Westside Ironworks development. There will be vegan, vegetarian, paleo, and gluten-free options. Drinks will include smoothies, kombucha, cold-pressed juices, and organic coffee, wine, and iced tea.
Have a safe and tasty weekend!