Capital Grille Gluten-Free Menu

Here is the complete Capital Grille Gluten-Free menu.

The Capital Grille Gluten-Free Menu 2019

The Capital Grille has a wide variety of gluten-free dishes to choose from from appetizers to main courses. They label their separate menu as gluten sensitive dining so we aren’t totally sure how much effort they put in to avoid cross contamination if you have a food allergy. We recommend checking with your local restaurant or letting your server know if you have a gluten allergy before ordering. However, they do provide the gluten-free menu on their website which is great. There are a few modifications that need to be made, mainly taking off bread or croutons, but those are all noted on the menu and we’ve listed them below. This could be a great option if you’re looking for fancier sit-down restaurant to go to and still stay gluten-free.

Appetizers

  • Steak Tartare (Without Sourdough Bread)
  • Prosciutto Wrapped Mozzarella With Vine Ripe Tomatoes (Without Croutons)
  • Fresh Oysters on the Half Shell
  • Prawn Cocktail
  • Calamari With Hot Cherry Peppers (Sautéed Without Breading)
  • Cold Shellfish Platter
  • Grand Plateau

Salads

  • Caesar Salad (Without Croutons)
  • Fresh Mozzarella, Tomato, Basil With 15-year Aged Balsamic
  • Field Greens, Tomatoes, Fresh Herbs With Parmesan Vinaigrette
  • Wedge With Bleu Cheese and Applewood Smoked Bacon

Lunch Salad Entrées

  • Seared King Salmon With Avocado, Mango, and Tomato Salad With Champagne Vinaigrette
  • Caesar Salad With All-natural Chicken Breast (Without Croutons)
  • Mediterranean Salad With Chilled Prawns and Olive Vinaigrette
  • The Capital Grille “Cobb” Salad With Sliced Tenderloin and Mustard Dressing
  • Maine Lobster Salad With Citrus Vinaigrette

Chef’s Suggestions

  • Seared Tenderloin With Butter Poached Lobster Tails
  • Bone-in Kona Crusted Dry Aged NY Strip With Shallot Butter
  • Sliced Filet Mignon With Cipollini Onions and Wild Mushrooms
  • Porcini Rubbed Bone-in Ribeye With 15-year Aged Balsamic
  • Gorgonzola and Truffle Crusted Dry Aged NY Strip

Main Courses

  • Dry Aged NY Strip – 14 Oz
  • Dry Aged Porterhouse Steak – 24 Oz
  • Dry Aged Steak Au Poivre – 14 Oz (Without Sauce)
  • Filet Mignon – 10 Oz
  • Bone-in Ribeye – 22 Oz
  • All-natural Herb Roasted Chicken
  • Double Cut Lamb Rib Chops (4)

Seafood

  • Fresh Maine Lobster (Any Style Except Baked and Stuffed)
  • Sushi-grade Sesame Seared Tuna With Gingered Rice (Without White Soy)
  • Seared Citrus Glazed King Salmon

Accompaniments

  • Roasted Wild Mushrooms
  • Sam’s Mashed Potatoes
  • Au Gratin Potatoes (Without Topping)
  • French Beans With Heirloom Tomatoes
  • Grilled Asparagus With Lemon Mosto
  • Roasted Fingerling Potatoes

Capital Grille History

The Capital Grille is an upscale American restaurant chain that’s owned and managed by Darden Restaurants Group. They have 51 locations spread across 20 different states in the United States and the District of Columbia as well. The restaurant offers a variety of dishes including fresh seafood, aged steaks, and an award winning wine inventory. Their steaks are usually custom aged in house for about 18 to 24 days, then hand cut by the restaurant’s own butcher.

The first Capital Grille store was founded in 1990 by Edward P. Grace III, popularly known as Ned to his friends. It was based in Providence, Rhode Island. The launch was special for various reasons. It was a contrast to the rundown condition of Providence during that time, and also happened during an ongoing economic recession. Edward envisioned the eatery growing in popularity, especially among the business and political elite. This dream turned out to be true since 7 years after opening they were already making more than $4 million in sales annually.

Under Grace’s guidance, the chain grew in scope to include many major markets. In fact, by 1996, they had already opened new locations in Boston and Washington, DC with plans to expand even further. A year later, they changed their name to RARE Hospitality International Inc. following a $20 million credit assistance from two banks. Later on in 2007, Darden Restaurants acquired the company for $1.19 billion.

The Capital Grille participates in many charitable causes for the common good of the community. For instance, every day, staff members from various branches across the country take time to prepare, wrap, freeze and distribute surplus food to local food banks, orphanages and other charity centers. Since 2007, the company has donated around 6 million pounds of food to the needy, including close to 1 million pounds in 2015 alone. Two years earlier, the company had made headlines by opening their doors for the first time on Thanksgiving Day.

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Summary

The Capital Grille has a great selection of items to choose from on their gluten-free menu and it could be a good place to try for some fine gluten-free dining. They label it as their gluten sensitive dining menu, so if you have a food allergy, you may want to chat with your local restaurant to be safe before dining, but they have a lot of great options!

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