Don’t worry where you eat in New York City, we have rounded up five of the best restaurants for your palate with gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, and vegan options. Here are the best gluten-free restaurants in New York.
Now gluten-free eaters can finally enjoy freshly prepared pasta without sacrificing taste. Head to Davios Steakhouse in the heart of Manhattan and try al dente pasta, which can be made with as little or as much gluten as possible. If you’re looking for a nice lunch option, try their gluten-free fusilli with braised veal, beef, pork, and tomato sauce.
If you want to spoil responsibly, you can also order this dish with a gluten-free sauce, but check out our guide to the best gluten and dairy-free meals in New York City here.
What can you say about delicious homemade gnocchi and what better way to serve it in New York City than with a little salt and pepper?
If you like your sweets, a whipped chocolate mousse with caramelized bananas, caramelized onions, and vanilla ice cream is a must. If you say no to popcorn and ice cream, what do you say to this delicious, healthy, gluten-free, low-carb, vegan, non-dairy dessert?
Chef Ella Schmidt cooks a seasonal New American menu that reflects her love of food and food culture. Check out the gluten-free, friendly menu at Maite and enjoy rotating fillings like this honey-grated watermelon radish, then grilled and sprinkled with Prairie Breeze cheddar, shaved black truffles, and Maldon salt. The spicy paprika sauce is served on a sweet and spicy sweet potato salad or as a side dish.
Schmackary’s offers many options for lovers of a sweet tooth, but also gluten-free treats like this sweet and savory peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
The bakers use cornflour and gluten-free oatmeal to keep the food healthier, without sacrificing good taste. Eat it with a glass of iced tea or a cup of coffee for a sweet, savory, and healthy snack.
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The owners of Madison Square Tavern were inspired to create a gluten-free menu after their daughter was diagnosed with celiac disease. Customers can enjoy lunch and dinner without worrying about how they will feel afterward.
When you come here for dinner, ask your waiter to have the chef prepare the entree gluten-free. For lunch, there is a grilled chicken sandwich with a can of gluten-free bread, which is served for $3.00 extra. Finish your meal with two sweet options, pecan, and go with a full and happy stomach.