Best Gluten Free Restaurants in New York City
Dining out for Coeliacs and those on a gluten free diet can be a nightmare. But feat not! NYC caters to all your gluten-free requirements. When you’re sick of the options below just head on over to our super cool app to see more.
First opened in 2009 in Chelsea market, this casual restaurant offers a single menu that is entirely gluten-free. One of the pioneers of the restaurant, Vanessa was diagnosed with coeliac disease and suggested that they make their restaurant a hub for coeliac patients who can relish delicious food in a gluten-free way. It offers a variety of waffles, pancakes and fried chicken options among which pastrami sandwich stands out.
A hip stop for amazing tacos, aguas frescas and other Mexican treats offers amazing gluten-free selections for its customers. The most favored item of Tacombi Bleeker Street Restaurant is their fresh, on-site made tacos on corn tortillas. It has several branches and each branch serves a customized Yutcan and beachside tauerias in Mexico like black bean, crispy fish, al pastor and sweet potato. Their sangrias pitchers and juice roasters are also very popular.
Erin McKenna’s Bakery
Located on Broome St, Lower East Side, NYC, this bakery caters the needs of its gluten intolerant, lactose intolerant, dairy allergic and soy loving customers as it serves a wide range of cakes and cookies which are dairy-free, egg-free, soy-free, gluten-free & agave-sweetened. Opened in 2005, it was the first gluten-free bakery of New York and it still holds its reputation. From its BFF (Big Fun Frosty) soft serve to the cinnamon roll, you’ll be enveloped in the sweetness of gluten-free world.
One of the most refined and richest creation of Mario Batali, Joe Bastianich, and Lidia Bastianich, Del Posto is a chic Italian eatery. It was famous for its vintage wine and high church pasta till 2013, after which Ladner decided it was time to go gluten-free. The restaurant now offers every pasta on the menu without gluten to meet the growing needs of its niche. Its customers are known to brag about its gluten free pasta, claiming that it is better than its alternative gluten pasta.
Blossom Du Jour
Blossom Du Jour is an ‘alternative fast food’ spot offering various fast food options in a healthy, nutritious and environmental way. Established by Pamela Elizabeth, this restaurant has 5 locations in all over New York and has a simple mantra, Say YES to LIFE. You can enjoy gluten-free salads, wraps and smoothies (don’t forget to try Green Giant) on the go at this joint with minimum harm to animals and environment.
An Italian cuisine that is situated in the heart of Greenwich, Rosemary’s has a rooftop farm where you can enjoy vegetable entrees and raw seafood highlighted with fresh seasonal spices and herbs. Created by Carlos Suarez and named after his mother, Rosemary’s is inspired by her home in Lucca and its rich heritage. Try their Chopped salad Siciliana for brunch which is a concoction of artichoke, caper berries, escarole, olives, raisins, crispy chickpeas, sunflower seeds and sun-dried tomatoes.
Chloe’s Soft Serve
Situated in Union Square, NYC, Chloe’s Soft Serve is a dessert bar which serves various options of frozen dairy free and gluten free fruit treats like smoothies and sundaes. One of the healthiest dessert shop in NYC, it is famous for its nutritious and outrageously appealing fruit pops and yogurts. The Cool Way to Eat Fruit is at Chloe’s Soft Serve where you can eat ‘guilt free’.
There’s many more
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