Noodles & Company Gluten Free Menu 2020
Noodles & Company is an American fast-casual restaurant that offers International and American noodle dishes, pasta, soups, and salads. Noodles & Company was founded in 1995 by Aaron Kennedy. The headquarters are located in Broomfield, Colorado. The company went public in 2013. As of 2018, there are 460 Noodles & Company locations across 29 states and Washington D.C. There are many Noodles & Company gluten-free meals available on their menu. Have a look below.
Noodles & Company Gluten Free Menu
There are many ways to customize to enjoy some of the dishes gluten-free at Noodles & Company. They have one type of gluten-free pasta which can be substituted in most of their dishes. That’s nearly the only option you have as all other pasta dishes are not gluten-free. They also have a variety of salads that can be made gluten-free. But they deal with a lot of dishes in the kitchen that contains gluten in them. So cross-contamination possibilities are very high. So it is not advisable to eat there if you have gluten allergies. But if you are only looking to avoid gluten in your meal then you can try some of their dishes.
Noodles & Pasta
- Pad Thai
- Penne Rosa (Gluten-Free Fusilli Noodles)
- Buttered Noodles (Gluten-Free Fusilli Noodles)
- Wisconsin Mac & Cheese (Gluten-Free Fusilli Noodles)
- Pesto Cavatappi (Gluten-Free Fusilli Noodles)
- Whole Grain Tuscan Fresca (Gluten-Free Fusilli Noodles)
- Tomato Basil Bisque
- Chicken Veracruz Salad (No Crispy Jalapenos)
- Tossed Green Side Salad (Fat-Free Asian Dressing)
- Caesar Side Salad (No Croutons)
- The Med Salad with Chicken (Gluten-Free Fusilli Noodles)
- Grilled Chicken Caesar (No Croutons)
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Noodles & Company History
The idea for Noodles & Company was conceived by Aaron Kennedy who was a former Pepsi marketing executive. He felt that were not enough noodle dishes restaurants, which is a staple for many international foods.
He managed to raise investment from his 24 friends and family members. The first Noodle & Company was opened in October 1995, in the Cherry Creek neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. The second location was opened in Madison, Wisconsin following March when Kennedy was joined by partner and real estate developer Tom Weigandwhom he had met at Augustana College.
In the first three months, the restaurant faced a huge loss and almost went out of business in 1996 due to the negative of a news reporter with the Wisconsin State Journal.
The management team went to Chicago in mid-1996 to observe other noodle restaurants. The night they returned, the Madison location basement was flooded. The next day Kennedy made the list of 15 areas of improvement. The revenue for the restaurant grew from 1996-2000.