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Enjoy Gluten-Free Life at Gourmet Girls Gluten Free Bakery/Bistro

Jan 02, 2019 05:18PM

Gourmet Girls Gluten Free Bakery/Bistro is Southern Arizona’s support center for those who avoid gluten in their diets. Whether a newcomer to the often confusing gluten-free lifestyle or a veteran at navigating its pathways, a warm and safe environment awaits at the completely gluten-free eatery.

Join owners Susan Fulton and Mary Steiger for a delicious breakfast, lunch or brunch featuring fresh, house-made meals and baked goods. The girls love experimenting with exotic flavors such as their Chocolate Mango Chipotle cupcake, but also serve up more traditional fare like Biscuits and Gravy, Eggs Benedict and their signature Double Decker Grilled Cheese Sandwich. Although the focus at the bakery/bistro is on preparing products made without gluten, the friendly and knowledgeable staff is happy to help customize meals to meet any further dietary restrictions. Vegetarian, vegan and keto-friendly options are now available.

The preparation of delectable food is a primary goal for the Gourmet Girls, but of equal importance is the creation of a caring gluten-free community, focused on the emotional and spiritual needs of their guests. The bakery/bistro is a venue where guests are encouraged to share their stories, network with each other, educate themselves and form new friendships.

Location: 5845 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson. For more information, call 520-408-9000 or visit GourmetGirlsGlutenFree.com. See ad, page 11.

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