Gluten Free tour

August 1st, 2011    •  by Bethia    •   5 Comments »

We’re pleased to announce another gluten free dessert tour. Our first gluten free tour was in May and it was a sell out success.

We will start our gluten free dessert tour at Pistacia Vera in German Village where their famous macarons, confections flourless tortes and pate de fruits are all gluten free. You’ll have a chance to see behind the scenes and learn about their ingredients and craftsmanship.

Our next stop will be Cherbourg Bakery in Bexley, a dedicated gluten and nut free bakery that opened early this year. Cherbourg Bakery’s lemon slices have already won them many fans.

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From there we will head north to Clintonville to another dedicated gluten free bakery Food For Good Thought. Food For Good Thought is a unique business as it also aims to provide supported employment to individuals with autism. You can read more about their story on The Metropreneur.

From there we will head to Jeni’s Ice Creams where the majority of the flavors are gluten free. Some of the ice cream sandwiches, made with macaroons are also gluten free.

As we traditionally do with our dessert tour we’ll finish at Cameron Mitchell’s M with a dessert cocktail conjured up by maestro mixologist Cris Dehlavi (there will be a non-alcoholic drink option available for those under 21 or who do not wish to consume alcohol).

The Gluten Free Dessert Tour starts at Pistacia Vera at 2.30pm on Saturday September 24th and will last approximately 3.5 hours. The cost is $55 per person. Buy tickets here.

Visit our food tour page to see other Columbus Food Adventures tours. Currently our taco truck tour can be gluten-free friendly and we hope in future that we will be able to gluten free versions of other tours.


5 Comments to “Gluten Free tour”

  1. Sally R
    March 7, 2013

    Hi, I was wondering if you guys have scheduled another gluten-free dessert tour. I’m absolutely delighted to hear that you offer gluten-free tours! I’ve been gluten-free for a little over six months and this sounds like a great way to find more options in the city. Thanks for serving your gluten-free friends.

    • Bethia
      March 7, 2013

      We don’t have another date set for a gluten free dessert tour. Last time we offered one we had a low response to it. The good news is that our taco truck tours start in April and they are great for people on gluten free diets. Hope you can join us for one of them!

  2. Do you intend to offer another gluten free dessert tour in the future?

    • Bethia
      May 21, 2013

      Jon
      We don’t have a date set for a specific gluten free tour, but we are now able to accommodate people on a gluten free diet on our regular dessert tour.

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