Before you go, call or email the restaurants to see what they offer, when they are open, and make reservations if necessary. I cannot guarantee the safety of any restaurants and/or the food they serve. It is always up to you to tell them of your special diet and determine if the food they serve is safe for your circumstances.
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* Suggested Itinerary - what to do and see in NYC
GLUTEN FREE TRAVEL
New York City
New York City is very easy to travel to gluten free with many options.
Restaurants and Bakeries offering Gluten Free Food in New York City:
Gluten Free menu options available.
For dessert go to Babycakes NYC for the best gluten free cupcakes you have ever eaten. BabyCakes offers all natural, organic and delicious alternatives free from gluten, casein and eggs. Eat some at the bakery and take some back to the hotel for later. The bakery also offers mail-order delivery.
Bistango offer tasty, quality-made gluten free pastas, stuffed pastas, pizza, bread, desserts, and beer.
Yes, your classic New York deli that offers a gluten free menu. Great for breakfast or lunch. Menu items range from omelet’s to french fries and burgers with gluten free buns!
Vegetarian cuisine with a full gluten free menu.
Central/Eastern European-focused menu with several gluten free options including duck terrine, steak tartare, beet salad, fisherman’s stew, and even mussels with frites.
A contemporary Italian restaurant located on West 44th street between 8th and 9th Avenue. Currently offering homemade gluten free tagliatelle pasta and gnocchi in addition to fish, meat, salads and desserts that are gluten free as well.
Chinese cuisine and sushi bar. We had chicken lettuce wraps, street noodles and Manchurian beef.
Upscale Italian restaurant on the Upper East Side featuring Mediterranean Tuscan cuisine.
Yes, you can even get your gluten free pizza delivered!
A great place to catch dinner before a show in Times Square. Gluten Free pasta and more.
Serving gluten free pizza and pasta. We stopped her after visiting China town.
Another favorite NYC restaurant. Within walking distance of the Museum of Natural History and Central Park, a great place for lunch or dinner. The GF garlic bread ranks at the top of the list of our favorite GF foods.
One of our favorite restaurants in NYC. Located on Bleecker Street in the quirky community of West Village. Risotteria is quaint with great service and, most importantly, great gluten free food. It starts the moment you sit down and are served crispy gluten free bread sticks. The excitement continues through the main course offering pizza, risotto, Panini sandwiches and straight into the GF dessert options. Menu is clearly marked and the wait staff offers outstanding service. Risotteria is small and very popular so go for a late lunch or early dinner.
Tiramisu at Risotteria
Asian restaurant with lively decorations. I wondered if this was the inspiration for PF Chang's or visa versa. We enjoyed lettuce wraps in a fun environment.
Another favorite, Sambuca is a family style Italian restaurant that offers a gluten free menu with dinner rolls, pasta dishes including ravioli, main dishes such as chicken scarpariello, salads and even brownies for dessert. Make reservations in advance.
Craving some gluten free macaroni and cheese? S'MAC has 12 recommendations on their menu along with a Build Your Own so there is something to suit everyone's taste. They also offer Reduced Lactose and Vegan options.
Gluten Free options available at this natural Japanese restaurant that is also free of chemicals, preservatives, meat and dairy products.
One of our favorite afternoons was spent at the Palm Court at the Plaza Hotel having tea. We had to wait a little longer for them to prepare our special food, but we were treated to an assortment of gluten free sandwiches and treats.
Classic Italian food - all pasta dishes can be made gluten free.
We have traveled to gluten free bakeries around the world and this is one of our favorites featuring gluten free cupcakes, cookies and even a GF panini sandwich.
Offering an artful blend of Latin-Asian styles and flavors, and featuring
Gluten Free pizza crust available.
Gluten Free in New York City Google Map
The following map was created by Erin at Gluten Free Fun. It includes a list of gluten-free restaurants, bars, and health food stores in New York City.
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