The Camp Robber is accredited with the Gluten Intolerance Group and has a gluten free menu. They will be happy to work with you on any other dietary restrictions, too. And the Camp Robber is a great place to eat.
camprobber.com/ordereze/Menu/12/Menus.aspx They even have a flourless chocolate cake for dessert and it is awesome! Not sure if it has dairy, though. Several of the gluten free items aren't grain free...they have corn tortillas, so she'll have to pick and choose; however, there will still be several choices and they'll be most happy to help. They have Sunday brunch but not a daily breakfast.
Qdoba's pork and shredded beef are gluten free, so there are some possibilities there.
Chili's has gluten free options but they have shared prep areas (i.e. shared fryer oil) so they don't guarantee no cross contamination. Same with Applebee's. http://www.applebees.com/~/media/docs/Applebees_Allergen_Info.pdf
Check out the Lobby Grill at Montrose Memorial Hospital. Their online menu says no substitutions, but if you go in to order, I've always found them to be very accomodating and helpful. (or call ahead and talk to them about your restrictions) They have a salad bar and a gluten free pizza crust available. And they serve breakfast. It's sort of a hidden gem here in Montrose. tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g33559-d31…
Pahgre's also has a gluten free pizza crust and, I believe, some gluten free pasta, and they can tell you which sauces are gluten free. They have a "contact us" option, so you might contact them ahead of time to ask about gluten free options and how they handle cross contamination. http://www.pahgres.com/contact-us
Natural Grocers has a good selection of gluten free foods if you need to put together a picnic or get some snack items (i.e. Pamela's Any Time Bars or Udi's muffins). City Market has recently been upgrading their gluten free awareness with shelf labels, and of course they and Safeway have a good selection of fresh fruits and veggies. City Market has a good salad bar.