NYC Gluten Free Restaurants

Below is a list of NYC restaurants/bakeries that I highly recommend visiting. Of course there are many more in this great city, but these are the ones I will always go back to again and again. 

Several of these restaurants are 100% gluten free. Several are NOT 100% gluten free but are very careful with cross contamination and take celiac disease extremely seriously. 

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own. I only recommend restaurants and bakeries that I love. However, I am not a doctor and cannot be held responsible for any food related reactions you may have. Be aware that restaurants, bakeries and companies can change ingredients and allergen policies at any time. Always take your health into your own hands. Always call the restaurant yourself to verify their allergen information and make sure that it is appropriate for your needs.

Midtown/Chelsea

  • Bistango 29th St
  • Bistango at the Kimberly Hotel
  • Little Beet – 100% GF (multiple locations)
  • Little Beet Table – 100% GF
  • Rolln (Rolln claims to be 100% GF. However, I was there on a day where they were giving away unwrapped gluten-containing cookies. I recommend double checking menu items)
  • NoGlu stand at Grand Central Market – 100% GF
  • Mastro’s Steakhouse
  • Friedman’s
  • Lili’s 57 (CLOSED)
  • Tali (CLOSED)
  • Madison Square Tavern (CLOSED)

Union Square/Astor Place

  • Hu Kitchen (Hu Kitchen claims to be 100% GF. However, they carry some baked goods that are “GF” but sourced from a bakery that is not dedicated gluten free)

Upper East Side

  • NoGlu Bakery – 100% GF
  • By the Way Bakery – 100% GF
  • Hu Kitchen (CLOSED)

Upper West Side

  • Modern Bread & Bagel – 100% GF
  • Arba (opening soon!) – 100% GF
  • By the Way Bakery – 100% GF
  • TAP NYC (TAP NYC claims to be 100% GF. However, they carry some items that are “GF” but sourced from a bakery that is not dedicated gluten free)
  • Pappardella
  • Nice Matin

East Village/Lower East Side

  • Risotteria Melotii – 100% GF
  • Cheska’s – 100% GF
  • Erin McKenna’s Bakery (previously known as Babycake) – 100% GF
  • Arepa Factory
  • Colors (CLOSED)
  • Jennifer’s Way (CLOSED)
  • Pala (CLOSED)
  • Tu Lu’s Gluten Free Bakery (CLOSED)

West Village

  • Senza Gluten – 100% GF
  • Senza Gluten Cafe & Bakery – 100% GF
  • Posh Pop Bakeshop – 100% GF
  • See’s Candies (please read their updated allergen policy online)
  • Del Posto
  • Springbone (Springbone claims to be 100% GF. However, they carry some baked goods that are “GF” but sourced from a bakery that is not dedicated gluten free)
  • 99 Bank (CLOSED)

Brooklyn

  • Tap NYC (TAP NYC claims to be 100% GF. However, they carry some items that are “GF” but sourced from a bakery that is not dedicated gluten free)
  • Gluten Free Gloriously – you can find their 100% gluten free baked goods at a regular/gluten-containing bakery in Brooklyn. Gloriously’s foods are sealed and in a dedicated freezer.

Queens

  • Sans Bakery – 100% GF
  • Casa Enrique

Shipped to Order/Pick up/Sold in Various Areas

  • Krumville Bake Shop – Brooklyn – 100% GF
  • Everybody Eats Bakery – Brooklyn – 100% GF
  • Meredith’s Bread – Find them at farmers markets across NY/CT/NJ (Look for the GF label! They have a separate facility for their wheat-based products, but all are sold at the markets)
  • Whipped Pastry Boutique – Brooklyn – 100% GF

Surround NY areas – New Jersey/Connecticut/upstate NY/etc

  • The Squirrel & The Bee -NJ – 100% GF
  • Meredith’s Bread – NY (find them in farms markets across NY/CT/NJ! – Look for the GF label! They have a separate facility for their wheat-based products, but all are sold at the markets)
  • Luce’s Gluten Free Artisan Bread Bakery – NJ – 100% GF
  • Izzy B’s Allergen Friendly Bakery – CT – 100% GF
  • Gluten Free Gloriously – NJ – 100% GF
  • Mo’Pweeze Bakery – NJ – 100% GF

*Note: Some of the above restaurants and bakeries use gluten free oats. They may or may not be purity protocol oats. Read my post about oats here. Always feel free to email the company to inquire about their oats. 

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