Breakfast & Brunch
317 N 76th St
Milwaukee, WI 53213
Open 7am-2pm every day of the week (with the exception of some holidays), you can find a solid, hearty, delicious breakfast or brunch... just note after 9am on a weekend, you'll have a pretty decent wait time (and you can't call ahead to reserve a table)
Andrew's Bar & Restaurant
415 Genesee St
(inside The Delafield Hotel)
Delafield WI 53018
A higher end place, but it's solid food, with just-right portions, with great gluten-free options and a knowledgeable staff
Original Pancake House
16460 W Bluemound Rd, Brookfield WI
2621 N Downer Ave, Milwaukee WI
Ask for gluten-free pancakes (but note that their breakfast sausage is rolled in flour to help it brown = NOT safe!)
More breakfast and brunch options...
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Now, as with everything, here's my disclaimer... no matter where you go and what you eat, SPEAK UP! Don't be afraid to ask questions! If you aren't sure your server knows what they are talking about, ask to speak to the chef. If something comes out that you're not sure about, ask about it! If they make a mistake, don't be afraid to send it back. But another part of my rule: Be NICE about it. This offers an opportunity to educate them, not assault them, but they need to know that it is VERY serious - that they can't mess up on something like a bunch of gluten-filled croutons all over your salad or a fried onion on top of your burger. I have gone back to places where I've been "glutened" to give them a second chance - maybe it was a new server or a really busy night... If a restaurant is trying to support our community, I am willing to help, encourage, and support them.