Gluten-Free (Friendly) Map of New York City

Last update: 5/27/2014

This is the most comprehensive map of gluten-free restaurants, bars, and grocery stores in New York City. If you are traveling to Manhattan, please be sure to bookmark this map. I update it regularly but when planning your trip to New York please be sure to call ahead for hours and reservations. Restaurants in New York City turn over quickly at times, so it is always best to call before you head out.

In the United States, there is a program called the Gluten-Free Restaurant Program (GFRAP) that certifies restaurants as safe for gluten-free diners.* Many of the restaurants on this map are part of the GFRAP program.

If you have been to a restaurant in New York City that serves gluten-free food and it is not on this map, please send me an email!

 

To see the complete list of gluten-free options, please click here.

 

* Sadly, as of 2014, the GFRAP program no longer exists!

 

 

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About Erin Smith

Erin Smith was diagnosed with celiac disease in the early 1980s, so she’s been eating gluten-free almost her entire life. Erin has a unique perspective of growing up in the gluten-free community and blogs about living — and enjoying — a gluten-free lifestyle. Erin Smith has been writing her gluten-free lifestyle blog Gluten-Free Fun since 2007. In 2011, she launched Gluten-Free Globetrotter, a website that encourages those with celiac disease to travel the world and not be scared about eating gluten-free domestically and abroad. Erin is also the lead organizer of the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup group, a social community that has grown to over 1800 members in the 8 years she has been organizing the group.
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5 Responses to Gluten-Free (Friendly) Map of New York City

  1. I have been super sick at every GFRAP restaurant I’ve been to. I sorta had to give up.

    • Erin S. says:

      That is really too bad. Do you talk to the staff after you have gotten sick? I think it is really important to let the management know that you had a problem. In the long run, it will help educate them about gluten sensitivities.

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