We’re so glad you’re here!

263236_473485096065144_1390183427_nMy name is Dr. Samantha, and I’ve been passed the torch of GFP by Dave Benz who started the site several years ago. His info is below if you want to read about our humble roots!

GFP is here for youWe have listings, reviews, ideas, and resources for those who don’t eat gluten because of medical reasons, general health reasons, or just by choice. We are in the process of making some format changes that will make sure that each restaurant listed specifies whether or not they can accommodate  diners who cannot risk cross-contamination.

Beginning in May of 2013 we will be opening back up for guest posts that are pertinent to the gluten-free community in Portland, OR. Please check out our Guest Posting Guidelines if you’d like us to consider a piece.

Want to write an article for publication here, and have hundreds of people read your article every day? We want to hear from you! Guest Posting Guidelines

Click here to view our privacy policy.
Here is our disclosure policy.
And here is our gluten-free rating system.

Basic Listing: FREE. See example HERE.
Premium listing: $99/year. Includes 100 word description, and 2 photos. See example HERE.
Premium Plus Listing:$149/year. Includes 150 word description and 3 photos. See example HERE.
Premium Plus Listing with NO ads: $179/year. Includes Premium Plus Listing, full width page with no side bar. See example HERE.

Any listing with an asterisk * before the restaurant name is a restaurant or bakery that is 100% gluten free.

Ads appear on all pages except for Premium Plus Listing with NO ads. This includes listings and blog posts. We offer 125 x 125 ads and 250 x 250 ads. Please send an email to contact at gluten free portland dot org with inquiries.

About our front page bridge photographer.
Although Melissa has lived in Oregon almost her entire life, she considers herself a citizen of the world. She is a designer, marketer, traveler, photographer and creative entrepreneur helping small businesses, entrepreneurs and artists to grow their personal and business presence. She’s made her own pottery, painted pictures and photographed her way around 33 countries (and counting!).

www.rouxroamer.com | @rouxroamer on Instagram and Twitter | RoamingMoments on Etsy.

About our Founder.

Hi. My name is Dave Benz. This blog was started because although it seems like there are a lot of places to find information on things to eat when you’re celiac or gluten intolerant, there’s no way to know whether or not any of it is good. And believe me, there are some bad gluten-free products out there. Also I think there are a lot of cases where a person can make adjustments or do certain things to make gluten-free life much more livable.

We (meaning my partner Sienna and I) live in Portland Oregon and are passionate about food. I lived in San Francisco for fifteen years and while I was there became something of a food snob. I also love to write, and realized recently that it would be interesting to start this blog.

We hope you enjoy it.