Last weekend I met some close girlfriends at The Whitney House for dinner. I have heard many good things about the place, but had never dined there myself. The gluten-free items are on the regular menu and marked with a small symbol indicating they are made gluten-free.
I had a hard time deciding what to order, but settled on starting with the House Salad. The salad is made with local greens, seasonal pears, crispy prosciutto, creamy goat cheese, lemon vinaigrette. I had the chef leave off the goat cheese since I no longer can eat dairy.
So simple, yet so flavorful! I really enjoyed this salad. For dinner I settled on the Faroe Island salmon with red quinoa, blistered tomatoes, butternut squash, arugula drizzled with a pomegranate glaze. I didn’t have to have this dish modified one bit! It was gluten-free, dairy-free and onion-free without my having to do anything!
Simply divine! I loved this dish so much that I have been trying to figure out when I can return to have it again!
The Whitney House is located in the heart of Olde Worthington, right across the street from The Worthington Inn, another of my favorite places. While parking can be challenging in Olde Worthington, there are plenty of options close by, including a lot directly behind The Whitney House. If you live in or are visiting the area, I highly recommend The Whitney House.
I can’t end this post without a photo of the girls, can I? We are all runners and met 4 or 5 years ago at various local running events.
Have a great day!