The West Side Market is Cleveland’s public oldest market and is home to 100 vendors offering meats, seafood, fruits, vegetables, baked goods, dairy, flowers, ready-to-eat foods, spices and nuts.
Vendors are friendly but be sure to ask if their items are gluten free.
Eileen shared her thoughts on gluten free at the market:
All the meat and vegetable vendors. We like Kaufman poultry and the vegetable vendor at the door off the parking lot make an immediate left and they are on your right. The fruit stand right across from them is very good.
Ohio City Pasta used to have gf pasta but it’s made at the same place as there other pasta.
I like Judy’s Oasis they have dips like hummus.
I love Urban Herbs especially their poultry seasoning.
For lunch I’ve eaten at Nates which is fast and cheap. Great Lakes Brewing is very gf friendly and good. There’s also Flying Fig or something Fig restaurant that is good.
A very very favorite is Momocho Mexican very gluten friendly and fabulous and very busy. I’m not sure it’s open for lunch but make reservations.