People who eschew gluten are the aughts equivalent of the '80s yuppies: roundly ridiculed and the butt of many jokes. Lest we forget, Celiac disease, which requires a strict gluten-free diet, affects an estimated 1 percent of the U.S. population and is no laughing matter. Whether your gluten issue is a medical condition or personal preference, it can be hard to dine out. Doing so requires the asking of many questions, the ignoring of many side-eyes, and the cobbling together of a meal from "safe" items. French Meadow is a haven for many dietary restrictions: vegan, vegetarian, paleo — and gluten-free. The restaurant offers extensive gluten-free options at all meals, like the crab cake Benedict with organic eggs and sautéed organic spinach for brunch. There's even a gluten-free mac and cheese. The menu items are labeled, and the servers are well-informed and can help you choose wisely.